Cold brew in oat milk overnight. Stevia taste is a bit too forward. Prefer AffagaTea from Bird and Blend.
Flavors: Coffee, Vanilla
“Cold brew in oat milk overnight. Stevia taste is a bit too forward. Prefer AffagaTea from Bird and Blend.” Read full tasting note
“Grabbed this puppy on sale. The first time I drank it was when I was helping people move, and let me tell you, this isn’t a Refreshing Help People Move Drink. It tastes more like creamy coffee than...” Read full tasting note
“Picked up this and the other two latte teas recently… pretty sure I got a newb tea guide because a) he forgot the tea type stickers on my bags, and b) he gave me way more tea than I asked for,...” Read full tasting note
“Last of the new iced latte teas – one I was surprised that I enjoyed. I’m not a coffee fan at all, and I have 100% been known to be really critical of coffee and tea hybrids but something about...” Read full tasting note
Want the sweet and creamy flavour of a French vanilla iced capp without the sugar crash? Try this full-bodied, java-spiked black tea on for size. Laced with real coffee beans, it’s a refreshingly guilt-free way to indulge in your fave hot weather pick-me-up – just whip it up into a decadent iced latte to see what we mean. Time to get your frapp on.
What makes it great
Makes an incredible iced latte.
With less caffeine and sugar than the classic iced capp, it’s the perfect way to satisfy your cravings guilt-free.
Great alternative to coffee.
50 g of this tea makes around 10-12 16 oz cups of hot tea and 5-7 16 oz cups of iced tea.
Apple, black tea, rosehips, candied pineapple (pineapple, sugar), coffee beans, natural and artificial flavouring.
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Grabbed this puppy on sale. The first time I drank it was when I was helping people move, and let me tell you, this isn’t a Refreshing Help People Move Drink.
It tastes more like creamy coffee than a cappuchino, but it’s still pretty good.
This morning I’m not helping anyone with anything. I’m wearing pajamas and trying to work up shower-energy.
Picked up this and the other two latte teas recently… pretty sure I got a newb tea guide because a) he forgot the tea type stickers on my bags, and b) he gave me way more tea than I asked for, which I let slide, but really didn’t want/need. I asked for 10g; he asked if 14g was ok, and then said that he probably couldn’t get exactly 10 (as if, every other tea guide can do that like a pro). I went along with it and said I just wanted two cups worth… and for the other two, he gave me massively heaping spoonfuls, to the tune of 20 and 22g. Basically double what I wanted. Clearly trying to hit some sort of sales goal, which again makes me think “new”, because I don’t get that sort of attitude from others. Anyways, what’s done is done.
So this tea. I previously remarked that it seemed to be pretty similar to Bird & Blend’s Affogatea – but it looks like that note, and a handful of others I wrote at the time, never made it to anyone’s dashboards (when your notes have 0-1 likes, it’s very telling). But yes – it was very much like an iced cappuccino, which is what this tea is also touted to be like. I think this tea might be a little more pleasant-smelling, which may simply be from a little more sweetness (there’s a bunch of apple chunks?), but very much creamy coffee. As I guessed – this tea is sweetened, which makes it different from the B&B version, which was completely unsweet (and which I found to be a problem, though certainly a preferable problem to an overly sweetened tea!) It’s also a little lighter on the coffee, but there were probably twice as many beans in my cup of Affogatea, so again, not surprising. I probably like this one better, even though I’ve only had the tiniest of sips as it’s quite hot. I’m going to add milk to it shortly, since it’s supposed to be a latte (I’m obviously not making a latte, but I think a good dose of milk will give me the gist), and will update my note at that time. Until then – reasonably pleased with the flavour here, especially since DT has had a bunch of coffee-flavoured teas that completely dropped the ball for me.
ETA: added 2% cow’s milk in a 1:4 milk:tea ratio. It’s yummy but I expected it to be. Going to put the rest in the fridge to ice, just for curiousity. This is likely my favourite of the new teas; the others didn’t really stand a chance.
ETA again: Drank the last chilled, but I think I preferred it warm. It just tasted better, and the flavours were more unified. Cold, it was more like milk + flavouring.
Last of the new iced latte teas – one I was surprised that I enjoyed.
I’m not a coffee fan at all, and I have 100% been known to be really critical of coffee and tea hybrids but something about this one speaks to me!? Probably the sweetness; I know myself well enough to know that I really like sweet things. Is it accurate to a cappuccino!? Idk; you’re asking the wrong person! I don’t think I’ve had a cappuccino since I was like twelve (don’t ask). However, is it sweet and creamy with a nice vanilla note and a hint of coffee? Yeah, and I’m into that.
I will say, of the three in the collection this might be the one that I’d be most willing to drink without any added in milk – it’s just really nice as a plain tea, especially iced.
However, it’s damn sweet. Possibly the sweetest out of all these new teas? At least in my humble opinion, anyway. Sometimes I really like sweet teas – but I do prefer when I can control the level of the sweetness myself, and the fact this tea is so sweet does mean that I don’t drink it as often as I might if I was controlling the level of sweetness: it’s just a bit much sometimes!?
Still picked up 50g though…
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