Cookie Dough

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White Tea
Almonds, Artificial Flavouring, Brittle, Caramel, Chocolate, Cocoa, Walnuts, White Tea
Chocolate, Almond, Walnut, Butter, Cookie, Sweet, Sour, White Chocolate
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 407 ml

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  • “I go a little refresh/reload crazy when Steepster gives me the “someone forgot to turn off the kettle” message. “Click …damn…click…damn…click…argh!” whoa…easy there drama queen :P In my recent...” Read full tasting note
  • “So I made this at 9 as my last caffenated tea. Let’s see if I can get to sleep before 1 or 2 tonight! I just haven’t been able to shut my brain off the past few nights, but I’ve got an interview...” Read full tasting note
  • “Decided to paw through my DavidsTea stash tonight in hopes of sipping down some things. Sadly this is not a sipdown, but I now only have a cup’s worth left (which really, is ok because I like this...” Read full tasting note
  • “Wow – love at first sip! My new Buttercream! :D It doesn’t have the same flavour notes as Buttercream, but it is naturally sweet like it (naturally as in no added sugar by me!) and it is...” Read full tasting note


Dough it up

One of the best things about winter is baking tons of cookies. Or more specifically, snacking on the cookie dough. But when you don’t have time to fire up the oven and get baking, this deliciously sweet white tea blend is the next best thing. With almonds, walnuts, caramel, brittle and chocolate chips, it’s like brewing up an instant sugar cookie. Only this version is even good for you – it’s the perfect guilt-free treat to get you through the winter. Don’t forget to lick the spoon! Limited edition.

Ingredients: White tea, cocoa peel, almonds, walnuts, cream caramel pieces, roasted cocoa brittle, chocolate chips, artificial flavouring*.

Allergens: Soy, dairy and tree nuts

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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I go a little refresh/reload crazy when Steepster gives me the “someone forgot to turn off the kettle” message. “Click …damn…click…damn…click…argh!” whoa…easy there drama queen :P

In my recent trip to David’s Tea I bought a little sample of each of the winter collection teas that were in stock. Sadly some of the collection was not there – sold out I suppose? (When I saw some were missing, I let out a mental “Boooo!” but I filtered that out before it escaped my lips ~ lol). Luckily they had cookie dough. I’ve been so excited to try this one ever since I first heard about it. I’m happy to say that it lives up to the hype that I created in my head…mmm…Delicious! The walnut is an interesting ingredient. If I think “walnut” while I drink it, I can taste it plainly, but if I think cookie dough, the walnut magically melds with the rest of the ingredients and gives that end taste of a cookie.

This tea makes me think of when I baked my first cookie as a child. Yep, I said cookie, as in the singular. I think there was supposed to be enough dough to make a couple dozen cookies, but I was really little so my lack of stirring skills ensured that a good portion was wasted on the floor and the surrounding mixing area. I also sneaked some tastes of the dough before I was caught and told not to eat it, for fear it might make me sick. Finally, I crammed the dough balls so close together that it fused together to form “The Uber-Cookie”. My parents tried to warn me, but eventually gave up. As my friend says, “life lessons- you can’t teach that stuff”. I’m happy to report that my current cookie baking adventures go a lot better. I dump less of the dough on the floor, and I now get actual separate cookies. I must admit, I still occasionally sneak a taste of the dough…mmmm….yummeh!


Haha – I do the same thing! Then I give up and write my review on a word document.

I picked some cookie dough up today! I can’t wait to try it. It sounds so good. The walnuts are really huge though – I had 5 big ones in the whole tin, so I smashed them up so that I’d have a chance of getting some in each cup.

I still end up with the uber-cookie, but… it’s still tasty.


I was going to get the cookie dough… but the girl serving me was new and sort of flustered!


How can one not sneak cookie dough?


Aha, walnut was the nutty taste I was getting! I thought it didn’t quite taste like almond. I should have read the ingredients before trying it, haha.


@cavocorax – I hope you enjoy cookie dough as much as I did. I think smashing the walnuts and mixing it in sounds like a smart move. I only bought a small sample size, and now I wish I bought a bit more.

@Saryn – Awwwww…that’s too bad. I had a new guy also. He kept apologizing for taking a long time, but I reassured him that the reason it took so long was that I ordered such a big variety. Hope you have the chance to try some.

@Ze_Teamaker – I agree, really I think recipes should include this as part of the cookie baking process ~ lol

@Kittenna – you were right with the almond too, it has some of both


I love your tasting notes! I can just imagine you standing in a kitchen with flour everywhere, holding a mixing bowl around which you can barely get your arms… So cute! I want a photo. =P “Yep, I said cookie, as in the singular.” Roffle.


Thanks Nik.

Thankfully I’m a tad tidier in the kitchen now, otherwise I probably would have been banned ~ lol


This was the cutest tasting note ever. I could totally imagine a little kid making a huge mess trying to bake cookies and accidentally making one giant one, LOL!


Thanks CHAroma, I’m glad you enjoyed it

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1598 tasting notes

So I made this at 9 as my last caffenated tea. Let’s see if I can get to sleep before 1 or 2 tonight! I just haven’t been able to shut my brain off the past few nights, but I’ve got an interview tomorrow at 10:30 and I need to be sharp. NEEEEEEED TO. I’m pretty pumped though. I can do this.

This is a decent cookie tea. It’s not sweet enough to be dough, but the walnuts are rather nice. It’s so freakin’ expensive though so I wouldn’t buy it ever again.


WOOOOOOOOOT! knock their socks off lady! so stoked for you!


Good luck!


Show ‘em how it’s done, girl!


Hahah. Thanks guys! This is the place that did the pre-screening interview last week, and this is my “First In-Person” interview. First, eh? I could be doing this all month!


Good luck!! Fingers crossed for you


It’s on sale now on their website

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6106 tasting notes

Decided to paw through my DavidsTea stash tonight in hopes of sipping down some things. Sadly this is not a sipdown, but I now only have a cup’s worth left (which really, is ok because I like this tea!)

Same as last time, this tastes very, very much like raw chocolate chip cookie dough minus the chocolate chips (although every now and then I do get chocolate hints). Such a bang on flavour! It also tastes much to me like some sort of alcohol I’ve had, but unfortunately as I don’t drink much, I can’t recall what it is. Maybe butterscotch schnapps, or something like that? It’s actually a bit like taking a whiff of vanilla extract, too.

Anyhow, in spite of not paying attention to the infusion time, this is delicious. One seasonal tea that DT definitely got right!

ETA: Second infusion, half the water, delicious.

195 °F / 90 °C

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516 tasting notes

Wow – love at first sip!
My new Buttercream! :D It doesn’t have the same flavour notes as Buttercream, but it is naturally sweet like it (naturally as in no added sugar by me!) and it is delicious.

The first sip was an immediate reaction – oh my gah it tastes like chocolate chip cookie dough without the chocolate chips. That’s always my favourite part of cookie dough, smooth and sweet and buttery – yum!

I kept my tea bag in for about 10-20 minutes (I was in training) – I found that at 15 minutes (it didn’t get bitter at all) but it started to lose it’s signature cookie dough taste. At 5-10 minutes it shone and was great! So I say, don’t be afraid to keep the leaves in, but don’t use boiling water – experiment, smell and take sips as you go. Don’t put your leaves in and forget them for 10 minutes lol, everyone’s process is different!

On a different note, any “tea budget” has gone to Lush for the moment. How sad! At least I can get some DT with a small discount when I’m craving. Not that I don’t have enough tea, oi!

Ruby Woo Scarlett

Haha yes Lush seems to be getting everyone’s money at this time of year :D


GAH! I had just one more tea in my cupboard than on my shopping list, and then this review came along. Now they’re neck and neck! [shakes fist] =]




Sounds deeeelish!


Thanks for the tips about steeping it longer. I probably wouldn’t have thought that since I’m so afraid of oversteeping.

Do you work at DT? Or work somewhere else that gives you a DT discount?

Daisy Chubb

Oh even at 3-5 mins it was tasty too, so it’s a very versatile tea! Love it!

I work at the mall where DT is, and all mall workers get a 10% discount! Not much, but hey, it’s something! :)


I like versatili-tea. [groan] Sorry.


Hahahahaha, I read your review after posting mine, and said a few nearly identical things! Did you try it with boiling water, as I did? (Well, mine was a few degrees below boiling. I was skeptical, but tried anyhow.)

Daisy Chubb

Yep! 94 degrees! I’ll have to pick some up if I come into money mysteriously ;) lol


I had some today and I was like, it really does taste like cookie dough. I know this will be an awesome latte too. I had it with milk and sugar, but milk was not frothy.

Drunk From Tea

Omg, more like love at first sniff!!! (: <3


Cookie dough white tea? Hmmm.


FYI: I was looking this up on the website to see how long to steep when I saw it’s hugely on sale right now. Thought you might want to know.

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15123 tasting notes

sipdown! thank you again for this sample courtney This is a really nice tea if you’re looking for a dessert tea. It really does remind me of the way that chocolate chip cookie dough smells, and the way that it tastes. There’s vanilla and almond and chocolate and even the dough like flavour is there. There’s a sweetness to this but there’s also the bitterness that you’d get from using semi sweet chocolate chips instead of milk chocolate chips. Overall a really nice tea if you’re in the mood for dessert! :)


I just might have to try this the next time I’m in-store! :-)


I was quite impressed with the way they got this one to taste. It wasn’t my favourite but it’s my fiance’s favourite for sure.


Ooh, I can’t wait to try my sample of this one!

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1220 tasting notes

Ok, sheng puerh experiment comes to a close for the time being, and now I am going to something that is hardly tea, hahaha.

I have been meaning to drink this since I got it about 2 weeks ago and I’ve just kept putting it off. I was even sitting here thinking, what was it I wanted to try? Ahh yes, cookie dough!

I was surprised by the temperature recommendation but I used 195 instead because I can.

There is one massive walnut that made its way into this cup so I’m hoping I like it. Walnut just doesn’t do it for me in tea, though the other times I’ve had walnut it’s been black teas so maybe this is different.

Man, this is what I wish that Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride tea tasted like! Except that this is definitely chocolate chip cookies. Dough, not so much. It smells like dough but it definitely tastes baked.

As it cools, the chocolate chip taste comes out a lot more. But through and through this is cookies, for sure. No need to even sweeten it.

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513 tasting notes

I made a cup of it up this morning, and for once it was not what I was looking for! I drank the cup, but I am trying something a bit more fruit based for my next cup. I am sorry though, this is such a nice tea, I hate to waste it! Hopefully I will enjoy it more the next time I brew it.


I had been scouring Davids everywhere looking for this tea! Never was able to find it :(


It is from an old seasonal collection. It may pop up on the sale page online in the future but most likely it is gone.


That’s what I was told. :( Saddens me that I’ll probably never be able to try it.


As much as we wish we could, unfortunately we can’t try everything :(


You’re totally right there. :( Maybe one day though :) Can’t give up hope.


I hoard mine because it is ridiculous to come by, I wish it had been one to come back! I just had someone tell me they were going to give me a tin because they aren’t drinking it though, so, if she does, I will let people know and maybe I can send some out for people to try. It is a wonderful white!


If possible, if you could send me a tiny sample I would love you forever! :) Only if you get the tin, of course.


mewakeling, you are so kind. I have a tin of this stuff and I still hoard it (although I did share some with a friend from high school and unwillingly gave some to my dogs when they ate through a box and went straight for this tea). You just never know when/if you will be able to get it again.


I would weep if this were the tea my cats chose to destroy. I have some Digestif that we fight over incessantly because of the catnip in it, but, to date (and fingers crossed because I just rescued a five week old kitten), the rest of the teas have not been of much interest to them. I do keep my cookie dough up high and to the back of the shelf just in case :-P


It was funny because I took a box of teas with me back home to Toronto. The only reason I brought this was to give it to my friend and I brought about 6 cups worth. I went out for like an hour and the box of tea was in my backpack which completely zippered up. Somehow my dogs found a way to unzipper my backpack and shred the cardboard box. They ate all of this and they also got into some Laoshan Black though that was salvageable. It should be interesting trying to find some place to store my many teas when I move back home permanently in April.


That is nuts! It is amazing what cats and dogs can get into when they put their minds to it. Bronte opened a tin looking for the cat nip tea by rolling it around on the floor while I was at work until he could pry the lid off. He got the wrong tin though, so he left it and the tea was alright, it was certainly an inspired plan though…


Haha. Animals can be quite devious with the right motivation. They are tiny evil geniuses sometimes.

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6444 tasting notes

I LOVED this tea when I first had it. In fact, I loved it sooo much I bought more despite having about 40-50 g of it. Unfortunately, I am noticing how oily this is and as delicious as it tastes, I just can’t handle to oil.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1792 tasting notes

Held off trying this until now since a) I’ve been trying to cut down on tea spendage and b) thought this would be too sweet. Lately, most newer DT blends seem too over-the-top sweet for me.

But once I smelled it, I couldn’t say no. It really does smell like cookie dough. The caramel in this reminds me of Salted Caramel, but this blend is a lot smoother and daintier.

The scent of the steeped tea is like milk chocolate and brittle. I swear I can also smell a little rolled oats in there too. Smells chewy!

This works with the white tea. There’s a hint of chocolate and gooey caramel. I swear this tastes sweeter when prepared in a pot than pouring it into my Timolino.

I was seriously considering buying more after finishing up the 20g but I don’t know. It’s great but not ZOMG NEED MOAR great.

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615 tasting notes

Admittedly, I like my cookies baked more than in dough form; so I’m probably not the target audience of this tea. But this does taste almost exactly like those cookie dough balls you find in ice cream — vanilla extract, the kind of not-so-great chocolate and sweet dough. There’s a little bit of smooth nuttiness tossed in there somewhere too. And I’d venture to say that milk and sugar would make cookie dough ice cream in a cup.

Unfortunately, like a lot of David’s I’ve tried, this one is a little watery overall, and I like how it smells more than how it tastes. And I really don’t like the chocolate flavors they use. At all. It always tastes like artificially flavored chapstick in the aftertatse.

Thanks for the chance to try this Shmiracles!

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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