Blueberry Lavender Angel Food Cake

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Black Fruit Blend
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Organic
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Welcoming a dessert blend that’s just as light, fresh, and airy as a beautiful spring season itself: angel food cake! Fruity blueberries come together with floral lavender and vanilla in this black tea blend for a heavenly sweet cuppa. Have it with milk or as a latte for a truly delicious teatime experience!

Certified organic ingredients: Black Tea, Elderberries, Currants, Hibiscus, Canadian Maple, Lavender, Vanilla, Freeze-Dried Blueberries

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

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Dessert by Deb is an organic tea company and lifestyle brand based in Toronto, Canada. At Dessert by Deb, it's tea time all the time because tea isn't just a drink - it's a way of life. From stationery and paper products, to kitchen accessories, to sweet and delicious organic dessert teas inspired by afternoon tea, patisseries, and baked goods, there are plenty of ways to bring the joy of teatime into your everyday life. Join the tea party!

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Cold Brew!

I’m not gonna lie – I was nervous about this tea. When I smelled the dry leaf it was like someone was slapping me across the face with a handful of lavender. Deb’s lavender blends have totally been too strongly floral for me in the past, so I kind of saw this intense aroma as confirmation that would be the case here.

However, it’s actually surprisingly well balanced and very delicious. The lavender is certainly present and not to be missed, but it adds a pleasant floral quality to what is otherwise a sweet and jammy blueberry blend with a decent amount of round body from the black tea. I really don’t get anything from it, at least as a cold brew, that gives me “Angel Food Cake” vibes apart from that soft sweetness – but as a blueberry lavender blend I’m actually pretty happy!

I still have reservations about how intense the lavender flavour might come out as a hot tea, so I may very well finish off this whole sample as a cold brew since I know I enjoy it so much prepared this way.

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B is for…Blueberry Lavender Angel Food Cake

This came in this month’s Dessert by Deb sub box. More and more I know I won’t like a lavender tea. Doesn’t mean I can just immediately toss it into my swap box. You never know when you may find the perfect lavender tea. So, I decided let’s get it over with – I will try it and pass it along if I am not loving it…which I am not. I get a touch of blueberry, no angel food cake, and a whole lot of lavender. Not the best review but for me, it is hard to get past the soapiness to really taste anything else.

Cameron B.

BLEGH I have the same issue with lavender.

AJRimmer

And here I am adding extra lavender to my teas because they never have enough!

Cameron B.

You’re not alone AJ, Deb was talking about doing a lavender mini-collection for July… (makes face) ha ha…

VariaTEA

hahaha Cameron, we are probably making the same face.

Also AJ, I don’t know if that would make us good people to share or bad people to share? Like if I get lavender I could just pass it to you but we could never make a pot for both of us…

AJRimmer

Oh I’ll definitely have to check the website later this month for that – thanks for the heads up!

AJRimmer

VariaTEA – I know exactly what you mean! My family and I have very different tastes in teas, so I usually just make us all individual cups of different things!

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