Marshmallow Crispy Square

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Green Tea
Coconut, Genmaicha, Sugar
Coconut, Marshmallow, Sugar, Toasted Rice
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “This tea is a coconut monster. If it was a chimera it would have a coconut head, a coconut body, and a coconut tail (three coconuts joined together, gasp!). I kid you not, coconut is listed three...” Read full tasting note

From Dessert by Deb

I can’t think of a single birthday party growing up that didn’t have a plate or pan piled high with marshmallow crispy squares! The toasty rice cereal, the gooey marshmallow…ah, it’s a forever classic to end all forever classics and it’s a dessert that never goes out of style no matter what age you are. This warm and sweet green tea blend is your sweet genmaicha with sencha green tea, toasted coconut for that hit of creaminess, a sprinkling of coconut palm sugar, and toasty popped rice! Enjoy a mug of this sweet and savoury dessert and let nostalgia take over.

Certified organic ingredients: Green Tea, Popped Roasted Rice, Coconut, Toasted Coconut, Palm Sugar

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 200F for 5-6 mins

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This tea is a coconut monster. If it was a chimera it would have a coconut head, a coconut body, and a coconut tail (three coconuts joined together, gasp!). I kid you not, coconut is listed three times in the ingredients section (coconut, toasted coconut, palm sugar).

The pairing of toasted coconut and roasted rice in a genmaicha is a nice one. I’m just a little unnerved because I thought 52Teas Marshmallow Treat was a candy tea. The palm sugar and the 500 coconuts present in this blend are zealously excited to show me all the ways in which I was mistaken.

For the most part I enjoyed this tea, but there is something present that is making my mouth dry and my throat sore; I may possibly be sensitive to something in the blend (I can’t see it being coconut, but who knows). I’ll try this again both hot and cold and see if I get the same results.

Steep Count: 2

Flavors: Coconut, Marshmallow, Sugar, Toasted Rice

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Roswell Strange

Haha, I’m waiting with bated breath to try the teas from my order with Sil and VariaTEA – though sounds like I’m in for a sugar rush! Guess I shouldn’t be surprised given the company name. How would you compare the sweetness level to some of the more sweet DT blends (like Cotton Candy, etc.)? I know DT has a rep for sweet teas – is it comparable?


I’ve only tried this (palm sugar), and am currently sipping on the Matcha Cream Puff (maple crystals)… but I think they’re comparable? The Matcha Cream Puff in particular reminds me of Cardamom French Toast despite not having much in common besides being sweet.


Although, I just tried Unicorn Dream and that deserves its own sweetness league. lol

Roswell Strange

Yeah, 100% agree with you on that one!


I wish I could use emojis here. I’m laughing so much at your description! IDK, is there room for more coconut?

Mastress Alita

I can only imagine the kind of monster this would become if all that coconut went rancid at once…


@Mastress Alita, that is definitely one of greatest fears. These coconut teas are not going to stick around for long!


and, yes, I would love emojis! Another thing for me to abuse on here! XD

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