Almond Sugar Cookie

Tea type
Black Food Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Almonds, Artificial Flavouring, Ceylon Black Tea, Chinese Black Tea, Safflowers
Flavors
Almond, Butter, Cookie, Milk, Oreo Cookie, Vanilla
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Thanks to a mild case of jet lag exacerbated by Billie Eilish’s impeccable new album that robbed me of valuable sleep during my flights this morning, I am doing exactly what I intended not to do:...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another sample from Miss B, and a delicious one it is! I think I’ve only tried a couple of “sugar cookie” blends before, and neither particularly stand out in my memory. I think it’s at least...” Read full tasting note
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From Perennial Tea Room

This fantastic flavored black tea blend has a great, truly nutty flavor. The Ceylon and Chinese black teas blend perfectly with the flavor of almonds, and the tea has the aroma of freshly-baked cookies!

It’s lovely on its own, or add a splash of milk and some sweetener for a decadent dessert tea. Like having your sugar cookie and drinking it too.

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Thanks to a mild case of jet lag exacerbated by Billie Eilish’s impeccable new album that robbed me of valuable sleep during my flights this morning, I am doing exactly what I intended not to do: cracking into yet another sample from my vacation loot, perhaps the most eagerly anticipated. Oh, lord it is worth it.

Almond Sugar Cookie commands my attention with such authority that I paused my music to focus on it. First and foremost, this decadent treat presents sugared almonds and vanilla in exactly the proportions you would taste digging into a sinful batch of – you guessed it – almond flavored sugar cookie dough. And it is specifically dough, because Cameron B’s description of “creamy” couldn’t be more accurately stated – the flavors come sliding in carried by a gentle, buttery sea. But I can’t stop there, because with it comes a nostalgic element that took me a minute to nail down:

Ice cream parlor.

The balance of flavors here perfectly collude to impersonate that plush creamery atmosphere, an incredible replication of the exact complicity that occurs between the sugary waffle cones and liberal scoops of cookies and cream flavor ice cream. Almonds, sugar, butter, batter, crushed Oreos, vanilla, and even milk comprise the flavor polycule of my dreams in this spectacularly crafted cup.

I need a Lactaid after writing this.

Flavors: Almond, Butter, Cookie, Milk, Oreo Cookie, Vanilla

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Leafhopper

Yum! Your note made me want cookies and cream ice cream in a waffle cone. :)

Cameron B.

Ooh cookies & cream is my favorite!

ashmanra

That sounds deliciously decadent! You could make a tea ice cream with it!

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Another sample from Miss B, and a delicious one it is! I think I’ve only tried a couple of “sugar cookie” blends before, and neither particularly stand out in my memory. I think it’s at least partly because sugar cookie is such a mild flavour anyway – although distinctive in its own right. This tea captures the flavour perfectly. The initial sip is sweet, smooth and creamy, with the almond emerging in the mid-sip and a sweet biscuit flavour running throughout. The almond isn’t harsh or overpowering in the way of marzipan, but soft and almost candied in flavour, just as you’d expect. The end of the sip features slightly malty, brown sugar-like notes. Deliciousness in a cup!

1 tsp, 3 minutes, boiling water. Splash of milk.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp
Sil

look at you drinking everything up!

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