Tiramisu (Birthday Cake + Coffee Pu'erh)

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Pu'erh Rooibos Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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We always encourage people to have fun with their tea – whether it’s shaking it into cocktails, infusing it into marinades or just frothing it up into a big latte. One of our favourite tricks? Mixing two delicious blends into a brand new flavour. Take this combo of rich, java-laced Coffee Pu’erh and sweet, creamy Birthday Cake. Blend them together and you get Tiramisu. And with each tea in its own compartment, you can mix them up however you like it – or just enjoy them on their own.

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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Wow. I got this set on cyber Monday for 40% off and a week later I finally got around to trying the two teas mixed together. I fell in love with the coffee pu’erh but I was a little iffy on birthday cake as I realize I am not the biggest rooibos fan. I did even amounts of both teas steeped for 5 minutes. I couldn’t resist adding cream to this instead of milk and a bit of stevia to really make it taste like tiramisu. The flavour is actually really close to the real thing. I find this smells a little odd because of the seaweedy scent of the pu’erh blending with the sweet flavours of birthday cake but it tastes great. I feel like this combo would be great as a replacement for my morning coffee or an after dinner treat.

5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I am not a coffee drinker. At least not what coffee is to most people. Give me the sugary concoctions of chocolate cinammon milk frappe latte whatever. I’ve never tried Coffee Pur’eh or any ‘coffee’ teas. But the perfect match was on sale and I can’t resist enjoying a luxury at a bargain price.

Tiramisu tea brings delight to the palette as I did not taste the bitterness associated with coffee and I found it perfect to be a booster tea to get the cogs turning.

Books recommended for this tea are books that keep your mind churning:

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card, Boneshaker by Cherie Priest, any good puzzles should be consider a good accompaniment to this tea.

Flavors: Coffee

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML

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So I was bad and made a Davidstea order. Husband was not pleased, but the “perfect match”es from this past season were 40% off, how could I not?

I love Tiramisu and I get it at every Italian restaurant we frequent for dessert. This is pretty darned close. You get the coffee from the coffee pu-erh, you get a bit of creaminess (and in a coat your tongue kind of way – just like mascarpone!), I’m not getting cocoa powder per say, but there’s a slightly bitterness probably from the pu-erh that totally works.

I added a bit of sweetener to mine and all I can say is molto bene!

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Added a bit of sugar and milk too. Delightful! I didn’t like the Coffee Pu’erh on its own but this makes it drinkable.

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As always, I’m a huge sucker for anything tiramisu, especially tea. I saw this tea on their website, but didn’t want to commit to a larger than tester size since so many DTs fall short for me. I made a trip while out of state to a DT retail store and picked up a sample of both the Coffee Pu erh and the Birthday Cake. I have had the Birthday Cake before and remember being so so on it, but I haven’t had the Coffee before. I’ll have to try it on it’s own, but it is pretty damn good with the Birthday Cake (even tho I have an aversion to sprinkles in my tea). It has a really good coffee base with a cream and chocolate taste mixed in. The pu erh is undetectable on it’s own and I’m guessing it blends into the hearty base of coffee and chocolate. It is pretty dead on taste wise and I bet it would be amazing if I dipped some lady fingers in it to complete the tiramisu experience. I have to hand it to DT on this one, they really nailed it and I will definitely be back for a larger portion before I go home.


Weird, I’ve never even heard of this one!


I have been considering trying the blueberry pancakes tea but I always forget to grab samples when I am at DAVIDs. I am glad to hear this one was successful though.


They have a couple of “perfect match” combinations of their teas. Three it looks like! Hadn’t really paid attention to the other two before, I was a little blinded by Tiramisu! Blueberry Pancakes, as was mentioned, and Apple Pie. They are sold under the “special packaging” category and are sold in one tin with a divider to seperate the two teas. I’m guessing in the case of tiramisu, the rooibos would sift to the bottom and mess up the balance hense the seperation in packaging.

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