Maple Cheesecake Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Maple, Roasted, Sweet, Maple Syrup, Cream
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I’m starting to realize that 52Teas has a very distinct maple flavour; it’s syrupy and sweet but with a roundness to it that I quite enjoy – it’s a bit boozy, too. I like it a lot here when paired...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is the last tea from my mystery bags. The scent of the dry leaf is super mapley, so I’m pretty excited. The flavor is pretty complex. I get the maple, plus some nice woodiness, plus a flavor...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Lawd a mercy, I hope they still make this tea! I got this in a tea swap – I can’t really taste the cheesecake part, but the maple and the oolong go so well together – I made a giant pot and I’ve...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was a gift from amandastory516 a while back. Gosh, it’s probably been nearly a year ago now. I can’t believe I haven’t tried it yet! The dry leaf smells delicious – very strong, sweet...” Read full tasting note

From 52teas

Tea of the Week for December 30. 2019!

Retro Monday Reblend!

For those who have been with 52Teas for a while, you may already notice a slight change from the original here – the original Maple Cheesecake was a TieGuanYin and it was noted in the name of tea: Maple Cheesecake TieGuanYin. Well, instead of using a greener, floral TieGuanYin this time around, I used a slightly toasty, fruity Qilan Oolong. And let me tell you: I LOVE this! The warmer notes from the Qilan add so much to the maple & cheesecake notes of this blend.

Oh, don’t get me wrong, I loved the original too. I loved the way the creaminess of the TieGuanYin brought out the creamy notes and textures of the cheesecake. It worked really well together. But I found myself wanting just a little something different this time around and when I received the Qilan in a recent shipment and tested it, I decided that it should be the base for the Maple Cheesecake! And I’m really glad I made that determination because this is absolutely delightful!

And – it’s organic, VEGAN, gluten-free & allergen-free!

organic ingredients: oolong tea, calendula petals & natural flavors

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11197 tasting notes

I’m starting to realize that 52Teas has a very distinct maple flavour; it’s syrupy and sweet but with a roundness to it that I quite enjoy – it’s a bit boozy, too. I like it a lot here when paired with this more roasty tasting oolong. The body and mineral notes of the tea compliment that top note sweetness really well; and there’s just enough of a nuttiness from the oolong that it kind of makes me loosely think of a cheesecake crust. Add to that a perfect kiss of creaminess, and this is a pretty darn good stab at a Maple Cheesecake. Regardless, I love this maple flavour and even if it’s not the most accurate it’s very tasty!

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This is the last tea from my mystery bags. The scent of the dry leaf is super mapley, so I’m pretty excited. The flavor is pretty complex. I get the maple, plus some nice woodiness, plus a flavor that must be the cheesecake. I won’t say it tastes exactly like cheesecake, but you know, it works! I’m having it with milk, and I’m really enjoying it. The maple could be stronger, but I also like the balance of flavors it’s going for. I made a second steep, which tastes like cheesecake! Mildly maple, delicious cheesecake. This is a great tea!

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Lawd a mercy, I hope they still make this tea! I got this in a tea swap – I can’t really taste the cheesecake part, but the maple and the oolong go so well together – I made a giant pot and I’ve been sipping this tea over the last two days, one small tea cup at a time – what a treat!

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1291 tasting notes

This was a gift from amandastory516 a while back. Gosh, it’s probably been nearly a year ago now. I can’t believe I haven’t tried it yet! The dry leaf smells delicious – very strong, sweet maple. I don’t smell or taste the cheesecake, but I’ve never experienced that flavor in any other blend either. I guess it would be tangy, tart, creamy? I don’t taste any of that here. To me, this is straight maple with a background of roasty, toasty oolong. I really enjoyed it.

Flavors: Maple, Roasted, Sweet

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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This is nice, but not a favourite. The base is light and woody, there’s some good maple flavour, but not sure if I ever got cheesecake.

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198 tasting notes

So I’m back. For today at least. I hadn’t had a proper cuppa in weeks and tonight I was like “You know what. It’s Tea Time Thursday!” So thus, here we are.

Without any sweetener, this tastes like a leafy oolong with a hint of maple. With the additional a single splenda however, it now tastes like a lovely pancake breakfast. However, on top of that maple pancake flavor is a bit of bitey-ness not present in other pancake blends. I like it a lot and I sort of wish I had more of this. It’s different.

Overall, I think this is a tasty maple blend. I wouldn’t necessarily say it tastes like cheesecake, but it isn’t a straight maple flavor either. It’s definitely tasty though. I recommend.

Flavors: Maple Syrup

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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1118 tasting notes

This tea is what I had always hoped DavidsTea’s Maple Syrup Oolong tasted like. The maple flavor is distinct without being too intense, and there’s a bit of creaminess from cheesecake flavor.

Flavors: Cream, Maple

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