Frosted Cereal

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Oats, Pastries, Vanilla, Sweet, Cream, Sugar, Fruity, Marshmallow, Rooibos, Apple, Goji, Creamy
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190 °F / 87 °C 6 min, 15 sec 6 g 20 oz / 586 ml

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Looking to shake up your breakfast routine? Inspired by the dreamy milk at the bottom of your cereal bowl, this caffeine-free blend of gluten-free cornflakes, quinoa and vegan marshmallows is sweeter than a Saturday morning. Our fave way to drink it? On ice with a splash of milk for extra creaminess. It’s a deliciously fun and frosty treat to wake up to.

Sweet, creamy and totally addictive – just like the crave-worthy milk at the bottom of your cereal bowl

What makes it great

Makes a killer breakfast iced latte!

Includes fun and delicious ingredients everyone can enjoy like gluten-free cornflakes and vegan marshmallows.

It’s caffeine-free, so even the kids can hop on the cereal latte train.

50 g of this tea makes around 10-12 16 oz cups of hot tea and 5-7 16 oz cups of iced tea.

Apple, carrots, bean peels, gluten free oats, marshmallows (tapioca syrup, cane sugar, tapioca starch, carrageenan, soy protein, natural flavouring), coconut chips (coconut, sugar), gluten free cornflakes (corn, raw cane sugar, rice syrup, salt), raisins, goji berries, quinoa, vanilla pieces, stevia extract, natural vanilla and cream flavouring.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

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.

12 Tasting Notes

2 tasting notes

So turns out, Cereal isn’t yet a flavor on Steepster!
Anyways, I absolutely love this tea. I usually make it iced, sweetened, and with 2 tbsp of half and half (basically like a latte without making a concentrate). And….Yeah, it tastes like Frosted Flakes and cereal milk. Which, I love for some odd reason. It has a nice strong flavor on its own, but somehow doesn’t play well with others. Tried adding a little black tea for some caffeine in the morning and then, that was all I could taste. I now take my cereal tea after dinner!

Flavors: Oats, Pastries, Vanilla

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 6 g 16 OZ / 473 ML

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65 tasting notes

Cold Steep!

I was intrigued by this tea as cereal milk used to one of my favorite things. I would run home from school and get a bowl of frosted flakes, special K ,pops and pour in more milk than necessary. It was like I was having cereal with milk. I would wait for the flavor to infused with the milk and get thicker then I would quickly finish off the cereal and slowly spoon the cereal milk. It is weird thinking back to those days. I still cannot believe I ate that much sugary cereal or drank that much milk. The idea of those cereals or even milk is disgusting to me now so I have not had it in a long time. This tea transported me back to the old days and now I remember why I changed :)

I tried it hot and it was watery to me. I could taste the cereal but it was weird. I experimented with hot brewing and making it iced, still it was watery. I then decided to cold brew it and I forgot about it for a few days. I tried it without any milk and it was good. I decided to add some oat milk and it was just like cereal milk. The disgustingly sweet and thick milk. I cannot drink more than half a cup of this as it is too sweet! I wish I could make the decision on the sweetness I prefer.

This is the last of this tea and while it brought back memories, it was nauseatingly sweet .

Flavors: Sweet

Iced 8 min or more

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3394 tasting notes

I thought I’d either love this or hate it.  Such an odd blend. Cereal?! I made sure to get at least one frosted flake looking piece of the cereal in there.  But there is a ton of huge pieces of coconut.  I MUST make sure to get one of these huge pillowy marshmallows in each mug… but they hardly melted at all in the first steep.  This actually tastes like the sugariest of cereal milks at the bottom of the bowl.  And WHOA this is very sugary.  I guess I don’t really have too many issues with stevia, if it’s FRESH stevia but I think it tends to age very quickly and ruin any blend it’s in.  This is one of those blends I will have to sip down faster between the coconut, cereal, stevia.   It will certainly help sugar cravings, but I do wish there had more elements here than just sugar milk, maybe a toastier cereal flavor.
Steep #1  // 1 1/2 teaspoons for full mug // 10 minutes after boiling // 2 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2  // just boiled //  20 min steep

Roswell Strange

Do you mean stevia? (Also yes – totally a sweet blend meant to taste like Cereal Milk!! It’s really uncanny if you try it as a latte, imo.)


Oops, stevia. They’re the same to me but I’ll switch it in the tasting note. haha

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Sweet and fruity

Flavors: Fruity, Marshmallow, Rooibos, Sweet

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 15 OZ / 450 ML

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1069 tasting notes

I absolutely had to try this one. What a whacky flavor. The fake cream flavoring they’re using totally does give me the impression of cereal milk. I don’t know that I love this, but it’s interesting to try! It probably tastes best cold. I taste frosted flakes! How fun. Thanks to amandastory516 for the share!


Having this right now again. It does taste like frosted flake cereal milk to me too lol.

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362 tasting notes

Sip down.

It’s too sweet but as I do with the other ones, I do a flash rinse to get the sweet taste out, and then I can enjoy it. It does taste like cereal albeit a very sweet cereal hehe. I think I got this when my nephew stayed with me. He enjoyed it.

Some marshmallow notes along with apple, oats. coconut, cornflakes, vanilla, and cream. It’s a really chunky type of tea, you can see big pieces of all kinds of things, even raisins, goji berries, vanilla pieces, and quinoa too. I may get it again for my nephew but it’s far too sweet (stevia) for me. If you don’t mind sweet tea, you may like this one. It would probably taste good as a latte.

Flavors: Apple, Cream, Goji, Oats, Sweet, Vanilla

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

Thanks for the tip about rinsing sweet teas! I’ve never thought to try that.


You’re very welcome, Nattie! :D

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This tea is weird. I was initially most looking forward to it, but after reading reviews, seeing it, and smelling it, I’m actually pretty apprehensive. The brewed aroma is actually not particularly pleasant… I can’t place it, but it’s weird. The aftertaste reminds me of another DT that (again), I can’t place (Mango Madness is coming to mind? Or Midsummer Night’s Dream?), but I’m having trouble getting over the smell. Smell is a key part of the tea experience, for me, so it makes it difficult to enjoy a tea if it smells funky, even if that doesn’t translate to the flavour.

Ok, I added milk (same as the other teas, 4:1 tea:2% cow’s milk), and I suddenly realized that drinking this warm is a bad idea. I actually gagged slightly, to be honest, so this is going into the fridge to chill and I’ll try it again tomorrow.

ETA: Chilled, it’s no better. I suppose it does have a sort of watered-down cereal ish taste… but something about it turns me off, I don’t know.


This one is intriguing to me. I hope it’s better tomorrow!


Nope, not better. This isn’t like any cereal milk I’ve tasted!

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11399 tasting notes

Y’know, when this first came out I thought it was fine but I wasn’t enamored with it.

This isn’t a story of how I gradually grew to love it over time – it’s still not a favourite of mine. However, a few weeks ago I just spontaneously had this REALLY INTENSE craving for it that couldn’t be satisfied by anything else. So I dug through the office until I found some of it that I could pilfer for myself – and that evening I steeped myself an extra strong cuppa. It tasted like sugar milk and marshmallows, but it’s exactly what I wanted.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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This is honestly delicious! I had it as an iced latte with almond milk. It tastes like the milk after you’re done eating your cereal! YUM! :)

Flavors: Creamy

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5964 tasting notes

I made this as an iced latte and its a nope. I get a hint of cereal and a lot of the weird artificial cream flavor and a touch of stevia. I topped it with toasted marshmallow whipped cream and i think that was just a waste of whipped cream.


I saw that you had added this and was hoping you’d post a note! Sad to see there’s stevia in it; I hadn’t read the ingredients list carefully. I’ll still pick some up, but now I’m less excited.

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