Super-Stuffed French Toast

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Honeybush Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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A flavor so realistic, you may have trouble believing it’s actually tea. Made with honeybush, cinnamon, and white chocolate, you’ll swear you were sitting in your favorite diner.

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1713 tasting notes

Oh whoa! What the?! I’m getting sour notes hitting me on the start of the sip! I’m not sure how I didn’t log this one before when I got it in the mail. I have never had super stuffed french toast before, so I don’t have a comparison to base what I’m tasting on. The picture on the wrapper makes it looks like it is filled with cream cheese. Maybe that is what the sour taste is supposed to be emulating? It’s almost like hibiscus without the bite, but with similar mouth sensation. I get a little cinnamon and butter behind the sour and in the finish, but the sour is dominating and distracting. I’d love to have seen the sour toned down and a bready cinnamon maple combo amped up. Looking up recipes for stuffed French toast reveals that it is cream cheese filled, but this tea tastes more like it’s sour cream filled, which would be delicious if you had enough maple syrup to balance it. The more frequently I sip, the less I notice the sour. This is a weird tea! I don’t hate it, it has me intrigued, but I’m puzzled too.

I’m noticing a lot of the entries for Almost teas have the pictures broken on Steepster. I wonder what that is about.

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Mastress Alita

If the person who created the entry added a link to the tea picture instead of saving the picture and then uploading it to Steepster, then if the tea site ever changes that link (say, they discontinue a tea) the images become broken on Steepster. I’m guessing that is the case.

Dustin

Ah, okay! I’ve never done it that way. I always do the upload.

Martin Bednář

I have been uploading through the link, but recently I started downloading the pictures and then uploading here. Those pictures last.

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15816 tasting notes

Had this one last night and it was fine but I definitely thought it was a little bit disappointing for the namesake. It tasted like cinnamon and white chocolate which makes sense since that’s what’s in the ingredient list. However, cinnamon and white chocolate are not exactly synonymous with French Toast so, while it was nice tasting, it just didn’t really meet my expectations for the blend. Where was the custard-y brioche type notes? The maple syrup?

Idk – I have one more bag of this at home that could change my mind, but I’m gonna guess that in the grand scheme of things this ends up being pretty forgettable.

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