Ice Cream Royale

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Oolong Tea
Oolong, Organic Egyptian Chamomile, Sarsaparilla, Sea Salt, Sugar Crystals, Vanilla Extract
Almond, Amaretto, Butter, Chamomile, Creamy, Floral, Milk, Pineapple, Seaweed, Sugar, Sweet, Vanilla
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec 3 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Steven Smith Teamaker

Your perfect anytime treat. Rich, buttery-tasting oolong tea from Taiwan swirled with French sugar pearls, chamomile petals, amaretto, and double fold vanilla. Like getting a scrumptious ice cream sundae, every day of the week.

Butterscotch, piña colada, nori

Milk oolong, candied sugar, sarsaparilla root, chamomile petals, amaretto, double fold vanilla extract, and sea salt.

For maximum enjoyment, bring filtered water to 185ºF. Steep 1 sachet or 1 tsp (3 g) for 3 minutes and dream of sprinkles.

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1513 tasting notes

I’m still into this one, and there’s finally an ice cream taste to it from the combo of vanilla, salt, amaretto, and milky jin xuan. I wish it were a regular instead of an overpriced limited edition.

But I’m going to go on a little gleeful ramble. I finally got to see Evanescence and Halestorm live in concert, in the flesh, and was thrilled. I’ve been obsessed with them since I was nine and have had a huge crush on Amy Lee for years, and yet, I have never been to their concerts. I had an opportunity to see them at the Machine Shop up close at a bar, but the kicker was that I was 18, not 21, and therefore not old enough to be there. This particular event was special because I have not gone out to do something for myself or with friend in three years, even before the pandemic, and I finally got to and see two of my favorite bands in person. I also got to see two of Lzzy Hale’s and Amy Lee’s duets, and both gave me goosebumps.

“Yeah, it’s perfectly reckless
Damn, you leave me defenseless
So break in
Break in”

My best friend went with me, and we both belted out the Evanescence lyrics by sheer impulse and after grueling weeks of teaching in December. Of course we were off key. Of course we got some glances, but of course, we weren’t the only ones singing our hearts out. Also, so many people broke out crying when singing My Immortal. Both my mom and I cried at the exact same time of the song, and both of us recorded our voices breaking “And I held your hand through all of these years, but you’ll still have all of me” in sobs.

So yeah, I had a cathartic weekend. I actually like Evanescence’s new album a lot. I know it won’t rival Fallen for many, yet I like that the lyrics have actually matured a little bit from stereotypical angst. The lyrics are still steeped in themes of loss, but they’ve moved in a direction towards coping. I’m going to cherish this memory as one of the most emotional one’s I’ve had in a while.

Mastress Alita

I also love Evanescence! (“Breathe No More” is a deeply personal song for me that I will always love dearly)

Daylon R Thomas

SAME! Hello is another good grief one.


Evanescence was my first concert as a kid – luckily at an all-ages venue (and lucky to have a cool older sister)! Glad that you were finally able to see them and make such great memories! They’ve left a everlasting impression on me too :)

Tiffany :)

Oof. $45 for 4 oz or $25 for 15 sachets ( I mean I spend thousands of dollars on tea and this tea does sound good but this seems a bit steep.

Daylon R Thomas

It is. I only get it if there’s a discount of at least 20%. Even then, it’s overpriced.

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