Oat Milk Latte

Tea type
Black Rooibos Yerba maté Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Black Tea, Brittle, Carob, Chicory Root, Coconut, Coriander, Fennel, Natural Flavours, Roasted Yerba Mate, Rooibos, Stevia Leaf
Flavors
Coffee, Oats, Savory
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Normally I find Mate teas bland so i avoid them. Had to try this one though as the name alone made it sound good and i am glad i did. Flavorful and savory (another type of tea I don’t do as much,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “(DavidsTea 74) I think I bought this for the appealing name alone. The ingredient list is quite a mishmash, with mate, rooibos, black tea, fennel, coriander, coffee leaves, carob, chicory… plus our...” Read full tasting note
    77
  • “A new tea from this week’s latte themed launch! I’m still personally a little undecided on whether I like this tea or not – but there’s a lot about it I find quite interesting. Oat milk lattes, and...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Trendy lattes aren’t just for the coffee shop—our Oat Milk Latte blend has all the sweet, creamy flavours of oat milk blended with rich, dark roasted coffee. Plus, this tea is made with coffee leaf—a sustainable ingredient that provides a natural boost of clean energy.

How it tastes
Sweet and creamy oat milk balanced with dark roasted coffee notes

What makes it great

Coffee leaves in this blend are harvested by coffee farmers in Central America, providing steady income flow for workers who usually have an income just three months per year.

Roasted mate adds a rich, roasted note and a natural boost of energy.

This blend is our first time using black tea extract.

Apple, Roasted mate, Gluten-free oats, Fennel, Coconut rasps, Natural (coffee, cream) flavouring, Rooibos, Black tea, Coriander, Brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnuts), Carob, Coffee leaves, Roasted chicory root, Black tea extract, Stevia extract.

$9.98 per 50g

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.

3 Tasting Notes

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Normally I find Mate teas bland so i avoid them. Had to try this one though as the name alone made it sound good and i am glad i did. Flavorful and savory (another type of tea I don’t do as much, normally a sweet tea girl). Can’t wait to make my next cup with chocolate oat milk

Hot Latte – Yes
Hot – ?
Iced – meh
Iced Latte – ?

NT

Flavors: Coffee, Oats, Savory

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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(DavidsTea 74)

I think I bought this for the appealing name alone. The ingredient list is quite a mishmash, with mate, rooibos, black tea, fennel, coriander, coffee leaves, carob, chicory… plus our constant foe stevia, which I hadn’t realized. No real idea how it would taste (to be honest, I don’t actually like oat milk, but I like the idea of oat milk, haha).

It turned out to be a fairly complex, rich, sweet blend (I chose to drink it plain but presumably it would be best as a latte). The flavours are familiar, though I don’t know what in particular is causing that sense. I’m not too bothered by the stevia, and in a latte, it would likely be even less noticeable, especially if sweetened.

I’ll have to try this again to really know how I feel about it – initial thoughts are that while I am enjoying it, it probably wouldn’t be a favourite?

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12074 tasting notes

A new tea from this week’s latte themed launch!

I’m still personally a little undecided on whether I like this tea or not – but there’s a lot about it I find quite interesting. Oat milk lattes, and oat milk in general, are something that I had kind of seen before in Saskatchewan prior to moving to Montreal but it wasn’t until getting here that I saw such an extreme amount of them. Oat Milk as a dairy alternative has such an extreme presence within cafes and restaurants – truly it’s a trend that has really popped off. I guess that makes sense; in my experience the prairies are usually behind on the trending curve, so I imagine it’ll be another year or so before oat milk is as common place there as it is here…

Of course – as someone who is only a tea drinker – when I hear “latte” my mind basically autofills that to “tea latte” but for most people I think picturing a coffee beverage is the norm, and so this is modeled after a coffee based latte made with oat milk. Of course, you’re getting both tea and coffee as ingredients – but the taste is definitely meant to reflect coffee. That is where I personally struggle, because I do NOT like the taste of coffee in most circumstances – tea included.

One of the things I really appreciate about the composition of this blend, though, is that all the ingredients are really putting in some work here – the oat adds needed starchiness (and obviously the taste of oat) which you need for something emulating oat milk, the chicory adds a deep roast that boosts the coffee flavours, ditto for the roasted mate, coconut from creaminess, rooibos for a honeyed sweetness, etcetera…

I love the oat, the cream, the thickness/body, and the notes of roast but the coffee…

Oof, the coffee… It’s just not my thing, y’know!?

Honestly, the best approach I’ve personally found is as an iced latte. That was pretty good, actually – but not surprising given that the tea has latte in the name and was modeled after a latte. A bit less noticeable chicory or stevia in a latte style of preparation, as well…

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.

VariaTEA

Your note was my first intro to this tea and it took me a minute to compute that Oat Milk Latte was the name of the tea and that this wasn’t just a note about a random Oat Milk Latte you had at the office. I am not proud of this.

AJRimmer

Aw, I love the idea of this one, but wish they’d leave out the coffee part of it!

Tiffany :)

AJRimmer I agree. I was interested when I saw it pop up on DT website until I saw the description was coffee. I will pass, so many teas so little time.. :)

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