Hojicha Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Cinnamon, Hojicha, Maple Crystals, Raisins
Flavors
Baked Bread, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Raisins, Roasted
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Oh the mouthwatering aromas from a little cottage bakery: muffins, pies, oh and yes, bread…and bread pudding straight from the oven! This sweet and earthy roasted Japanese hojicha blend is a comforting fall blend like no other with cinnamon, raisins, maple, and brown sugar. Dish up a portion of this warm and delicious treat for the coziest hug in a mug!

Certified organic ingredients: Roasted Green Tea, Canadian Maple, Cinnamon, Raisins, Brown Sugar, Apple

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 200F for 5-6 mins (enjoy me as a tea latte!)

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Woah! This tastes like cinnamon raisin bread pudding! I am shocked, in the best way possible.

I am notorious for never thinking teas taste like their namesake. I am usually very critical, since I want my teas to taste like melted versions of whatever they are trying to replicate.

I think using the roasted green tea in this blend was such a smart idea! Similar to Deb’s, S’mores Fireside (which incorporated roasted black tea to give it a smokey taste), Raisan Bread Pudding really invoked the taste of what she was trying to replicate.

When I smelled this, it gave off a very warming, cinnamon aroma. I have only had this hot and with milk, but it definitely tastes like a bread-like pudding. Although next time, I want to try it without the milk, since I think it can stand on its own and still taste great.

I would highly recommend this! It is such a fun tea. Perfect for Fall or Winter. I will repurchase it for sure.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Raisins, Roasted

Cameron B.

Sounds delicious, I love houjicha and bread pudding so I may need to try this one!

Silent Kettle

This tea is awesome! It is such a unique and creative concept. I really enjoyed it! I think if you like roasted flavours and bread pudding, then you would love this one!

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Yummmmmm. This is the tea that made me place my first Dessert By Deb order. I love hojicha, and feel like it’s so under-utilized in flavored blends. The maple is subtle and works really well here. It’s bready, and the cinnamon is bold. It really tastes like a toasted piece of cinnamon swirl bread. Tried with and without oat milk, and both ways are tasty. I think I prefer with milk.

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I’m always a sucker for a Hojicha. It has such a warming flavor that pairs well with cinnamon. I can taste other flavors, which I’m guessing is the raisin. It does have a sort of baked flavor about it and reminds me of a Lupicia tea I have that has apricot and cinnamon. It’s good and might be something I’d consider ordering if I didn’t already have a similar tea. It’s nice to see teas other than the standard green or black being used in a blend!
Thanks to VariaTEA for the chance to try this!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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This is the tea from this new collection that I practically lost my mind over and just HAD to try as soon as possible – the idea of a cinnamon raisin profile on a houjicha base is just so brilliant to me, and I do basically always love any tea that utilizes houjicha…

I want Deb to do more with this base, because it’s incredible! The liquor is medium bodied, with a really clean and crisp texture. The perfect level of roast with a nutty quality, hint of minerality, and kind of barley like flavour. It works so well with the subtle kiss of woodier cinnamon, which is my favourite cinnamon of the moment – I am officially over “hot cinnamon” (like Valentine’s Day hearts) tea for the moment. I get just a bit of sweet raisin, and that obviously compliments the cinnamon so well. It’s almost elegant feeling, because while you get that cinnamon/raisin profile it’s not over powering the tea base at all – it’s just a solidly balanced profile where they all get the representation that they deserve.

Only thing I’ll say is that, to me, a “pudding” would indicate some kind of creaminess and that was absent from the cup for me. It’s probably more accurate to call this a Jojicha Cinnamon Raisin Toast type of profile – but that’s equally delicious!

AJRimmer

Added to my wishlist! I’ll definitely have to place an order in a few months.

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