Coconut Macaroon

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If you love Macaroons, you are going to love this tea! This blend is sweet, creamy and packed full of coconutty goodness.

Preparation: Use 1 1/2 tsp per 8 oz cup. Steep 5-7 minutes using 210F water.

Ingredients: Apple, pineapple, coconut, toasted coconut, blackberry leaves, yogurt granules, slivered almond pieces, freeze dried marzipan pieces, flavoring.

Caffiene Level: None

2 oz package

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This was a weird one for me – I do typically like coconut a lot when cold brewed, which is why I chose to finish this tea using this method, but it didn’t translate exactly as anticipated? The flavour was simultaneously VERY sweet with creamy and toasted coconut notes a plenty, but also very thin feeling at the same time!? Aside from the coconut, there was a clear almond/marzipan flavour that I thought worked quite nicely chilled. The weirdest element was this bright fruity note, that reminded me a little bit of the taste of steeped out apple but also a touch of pineapple – and that kind of forced a “pina colada” feeling into this blend that just doesn’t feel like it should be there. If I’m gonna have Pina Colada, I want it to be sweet and creamy – not toasty and nutty. So that’s really where the disconnect came from…

Still okay overall (and definitely NOT a bad blend) – but this one isn’t something I want to have around, and it just doesn’t completely mesh with my idea of what a coconut macaroon tea should taste like. Though, there’s still some overlap.

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