Candy Shoppe

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A day at the fair isn’t complete without this sweet treat. Sweet cotton candy that melts in your mouth.

Take a sipping stroll through our sweet shoppe filled with tantalizing treats as far as the eye can see. We’re not sugar-coating it, one cup of this candy-cotton flavoured Green Rooibos and you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store. (Maybe because we put actual candy right in the blend!)

Rooibos, Apple, Candy*, Mango, Natural flavors (*Candy: Sugar, Salt, Artificial Flavours, and colours [erythrosine, indigotine] ).

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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This tea is exactly what I mean when I say that T Kettle isn’t just creating similar teas to DT but VERY directly and in a calculated way trying to recreate the ones DT carries. I mean, look at the visual of the dry leaf!? I think this is arguably the closest they’ve gotten to ANY of the visual looks from a DT blend – it is uncanny how similar this looks to Cotton Candy…

With that aside, it actually smells very different. While certainly sweet and fitting of the “Candy Shoppe” name, it sort of smells more like bubblegum to me more than anything else. I actually like the smell of it A LOT – more than DT’s Cotton Candy, actually. It steeps out alright – the flavour is thin, but the sweet spun sugar and, yes, slight bubble gum notes are pleasant to me. My expectations are honestly not usually super high with things like Cotton Candy inspired teas because, at the end of the day, the flavour you’re going for is just sugar. However, that notwithstanding, I like this.

Is it better? Worse? I don’t know – I think I’d need to do a side by side. I feel like they’re pretty darn comparable…


Ok this IS starting to be really weird with the copying of teas. Are they aiming for discontinued/seasonal Davids teas or the teas that are usually available?

Roswell Strange

Mix of both.

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