Red Velvet Cake

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Yerba maté Tea
Almonds, Apple, Beet Root, Cinnamon, Flavouring, Matcha Green Tea, Roasted Almonds, Yerba Mate Leaves
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Iced Tea!

In the nicest way, whoever in Pinky Up’s R&D or Marketing teams who decided this blend tasted passably like Red Velvet Cake must have been high that day…

I mean, there is quite literally not a single aspect of this tea that tastes anything like Red Velvet Cake even in the slightest. No chocolate. No cream cheese or other types of frosting. No cake. So I would HIGHLY advise against buying this tea if that’s what you’re looking for.

With that said, it’s not an unpleasant tasting tea. In fact, it reminds me very distinctly of something in particular and that’s DT’s Forever Nuts. Sweet and apple-y with a really robust roasted almond note and some cozy cinnamon! However, I think this might appeal to me more than Forever Nuts because it’s caffeinated! The idea of that sweet nutty apple pie profile but on a yerba mate base is really fun and appealing to me, and though right now it’s not a profile I reach for often I think having it be energizing would be something I’d gravitate more to than the herbal mix.

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