Rhubarb Sugar Pie

Tea type
Black Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Beet Root, Black Tea, Hibiscus, Maple Crystals, Rooibos, Vanilla
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Certification
Organic
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Tuck into a slice or two of warm and bubbling pie at Dessert by Deb’s Little Cottage Bakery this season and beyond! Dessert by Deb collections are no stranger to the comforting, homey classic dessert that always draws a crowd at the fall table and we add yet another to the growing family: rhubarb sugar pie! The tartness reminiscent of fresh and earthy rhubarb plays a starring role in this black and rooibos fusion bursting with vanilla and maple for a blend that’s sweet, tart, juicy, and all sorts of cozy.

Certified organic ingredients: Fair Trade Rooibos, Black Tea, Vanilla, Apple, Canadian Maple, Hibiscus, Brown Sugar, Beetroot Powder

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada

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The name of this tea sucked me in – I’m a total slut for a good rhubarb tea, so my hopes were very high with this blend! I did enjoy it a lot, but sadly my hopes weren’t really met. Maybe they were just too high!?

My absolute favourite part of this tea though is the loose leaf visual. There’s something so magical and stunning looking about those chunky pieces of apple coated in that fine beetroot dust to tint them red. There’s actually no rhubarb in this tea as far as I can tell, but they sort of cleverly trick your brain into interpreting its presence. I also think that Deb was really smart in combining a more tart and drying apple note with hibiscus to sort of “mimic” rhubarb. It’s a nice flavour and it kind of does what I think it’s trying to do, but honestly the reason this didn’t meet my expectations was because it doesn’t taste enough like rhubarb – so the absence in the blend WAS felt by me.

That said, it’s a good flavoured tea – I like the sort of tart but also baked apple note and the mix of subtle maple, and warming ginger. I can see a pie influence, and it feels appropriately autumnal. If it weren’t for the name setting up my expectations in a different way, I think this would have been something I’d have enjoyed way more right off the bat.

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