Vanille Kipferl

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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Anyone who has always enjoyed snacking will hardly be able to hold back with this TERRA TEE®. The light fruit flavors in combination with vanilla and the festive red cup color invite young and old to enjoy. Everyone just gets lucky!

Flavored organic fruit tea with vanilla Kipferl flavor

Ingredients: apple pieces *, hibiscus *, rosehip peels *, grape berries *, natural flavor, vanilla pieces * (0.5%)

from controlled organic cultivation

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I’m a little frustrated by this tea, because it seems like it has the potential to be so good but then – because of the choice of herbal ingredients/“base” for the flavourings, it winds up tasting super weird and disappointing…

Like, I grabbed one of the little pyramid bags from the box and gave it a good sniff before steeping the tea and it smelled super strongly and clearly of vanilla shortbread/sugar cookies – so basically exactly like a vanilla kipferl! I was shocked by how accurate the smell was, and very excited to brew up the tea. I took a few sips as it was steeping and the same thing – scarily accurate creamy vanilla sugar cookie notes! Wow! Then, however, a minute or so passed and everything changed when the hibiscus attacked. It was just so tart, with sharp notes of hibiscus, acidified apple, and orange and then this weird undertone/finish of vanilla. Cacophonous mismatched flavours, and a loss of accuracy in conveying the flavour that they were advertising – which is especially grating when there were previous moments where they had nailed that flavour!

It just brought two things to mind. Firstly, just how incredible the correct combination of flavourings can be in a tea to really convey a specific flavour profile. Secondly, how idiotic it is to just add hibiscus to everything – and how much it can spoil a good blend when mixed with something it has no flavour relationship to.

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