Blueberry Cobbler Honeybush

Tea type
Fruit Honeybush Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Blueberry, Cinnamon, Cucumber, Jam, Nutmeg, Pastries, Spices, Sweet, Berry, Nuts, Nutty, Pancake Syrup, Pepper
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec 15 oz / 432 ml

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Tea of the Week for December 21, 2020!

Nice! With all of the traditional holiday dessert flavors going on right now, I wanted something that was a little different & blueberry cobbler is what came to mind. Sweet blueberries, a little bit of warm spice (cinnamon & nutmeg) & a fluffy, sweet biscuit crust. One of my favorite desserts but something I don’t indulge in often (mostly because whenever I make the real thing, the cobbler never really comes out the way gramma’s used to & it makes me miss her even more.)

Really, when it comes right down to it, I’m far better at creating yummy tea flavors than I am at baking desserts.

To create this delightful dessert tea, I started with naturally caffeine-free honeybush. I thought the naturally sweet & nutty flavor of honeybush would work nicely with the other flavors. I added a bunch of blueberries, some cinnamon, nutmeg & vanilla bean as well as some essence to create a cobbler-ish kind of experience for your teacup.

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

organic ingredients: honeybush, blueberries, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla bean & natural flavors

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Cuppa from earlier this evening!

Welp – I finally did it. After a series of sample order from 52Teas, I finally managed to accidentally order a sample packet of something I already owned without realizing it. I guess, in my deference, I hadn’t tried the one I already owned so it was easier for it to slip my mind? At least, that’s what I’m telling myself. Truth be told, it’s hard sometimes to track 1000+ different teas…

When I opened up the package, I was impressed by how distinctly this smelled like blueberry pie to me – very jammy sweet blueberry but with all those warming spice/subtle cinnamon notes and a buttery quality as well. Then the water hit the leaf and immediately all I smelled was the peppery quality of Anne’s honeybush base. I worried for a moment that it would be too strong – but after taking my first sip…

This was so nice! It’s warming and cozy and while that almost black pepper sort of tickle does come through in the flavour it’s really on the back burner and kind of gets lost among everything else happening. The nutmeg is probably the most prominent spice to me, and that really adds to this baked/cobbler kind of profile. Especially, mind you, when you factor in how jammy and thick the blueberry compote note is – without being sugary/cloying or too aggressive, mind you. It’s the exact right type of blueberry flavouring and, as always, Anne does a great job of conveying decadence without making her blends feel heavy handed/excessively rich. You could make a whole pot of this tea and it wouldn’t be too much.

Now I’m glad I double ordered.

Evol Ving Ness

Mmm, this sounds like a nicely balanced one. Hurray for baked goods and Anne’s versions of them!

AJRimmer

I did the same thing with this same tea!

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This is better with milk. I got two decent steeps out of it. I love S&V’s blueberry crumble tea so much, so this one didn’t quite measure up. I get blueberry, the base honeybush, and the flavors that bring it together decently well. The strongest flavor is the honeybush, which definitely leaves me wishing the other flavors were more prominent. It doesn’t really taste like blueberry cobbler. I accidentally bought two small pouches, but I finished the first with just two large mugs of it (3 tsp each) so it shouldn’t be much trouble to finish the second.

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This is a flavor profile that my boyfriend really loves, so he drank most of this pouch. But, I had a cup and it was quite tasty! Syrupy sweet blueberries and vanilla are most dominant for me, with just a touch of cinnamon in the finish. The honey bush works really well here, adding to the cobbler aspect of the flavor.

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The last tea from my December subscription! Hooray for keeping up! \o/

This was a tasty one. A nice dark and syrupy blueberry combined with nutty pastry-esque notes from the honeybush base. To me, it’s closer to a blueberry pie since cobbler (as I think of it) is a bit more cakey. And just a hint of cinnamon adds a nice warmth and extra sweetness.

Flavors: Berry, Blueberry, Cinnamon, Jam, Nuts, Pastries, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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A free sampler, thanks Anne! Decided to brew this up as my herbal tea tonight, on what has become a very stressful evening! My kitchen sink is leaking, and since I don’t want to pay for “after hours” repair charges (in podunk Idaho, anything on a Sunday is “after hours”!) and I work during “normal business hours” during the rest of the week, the best I could do on the plumber front was getting an appointment early in the morning, an hour before I go into work, next Wednesday. Which means I have to deal with that sink leaking until then! (I’m no expert, but it looks to me like it only leaks when I’m running the water in the sink, so towels and a cooking pan under it will have to suffice, and I’ll have to try to severely cut down on my dishes until then… guess the next three days will be ordering in!)

I’m smelling my steeping cup, and getting warm blueberries, cinnamon, pastry, and that peppery note that I’ve been getting from honeybush a lot lately. The steeped tea tastes like a syrupy sweet blueberry, like a blueberry pancake syrup, followed by lingering spices in the mouth; the spices actually help mask the peppery note of the honeybush (or at least it seems to blend in well with them rather than standing out like several of the Plum Deluxe blends I had during advent). I rarely taste nutmeg when its included in a tea, but I taste it here! It sort of lingers on my tongue after the sip, too. The base tastes a touch nutty which I think is what is bringing out the pastry associations for me.

A pleasant cuppa on a not-so-pleasant evening!

Flavors: Blueberry, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Nutty, Pancake Syrup, Pastries, Pepper, Spices, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 12 OZ / 350 ML
Veronica

Ugh. Sorry about your sink. Hope it’s a quick and easy fix.

Mastress Alita

I just hope it doesn’t get progressively worse over the next three days before the plumber can come out! (As a shock to no one, I wash a lot of teaware in there, heh)

52Teas

Sorry about your sink – glad you enjoyed this tea! :)

Martin Bednář

Leaking sink is no fun.

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