Almond Lavender Biscotti

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  • “I want to love this tea, but haven’t had a great deal of luck with Deb’s black/rooibos blends, so I wasn’t sure how it would fare. Interestingly – I actually didn’t really notice the rooibos, but...” Read full tasting note
  • “I really debated quite heavily if I wanted to order this tea or not, but in the end I decided I would be more frustrated by not trying it and having the taste be this big question mark for me than...” Read full tasting note

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The cookie that delights in being paired and dunked in a fabulous cup of coffee or tea: biscotti! This black and rooibos blend is laced with sweet almond, vanilla, and a sprinkling of fragrant lavender for a sweetly nutty, floral cookie tea that will have you lovin’ lavender in baked goods forever more!

Ingredients: Black Tea, Natural Almond Flavour, Almonds, Canadian Maple*, Rooibos*, Vanilla*, Lavender*, Calendula Petals* ( * = certified organic)

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 4-6 mins

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I want to love this tea, but haven’t had a great deal of luck with Deb’s black/rooibos blends, so I wasn’t sure how it would fare. Interestingly – I actually didn’t really notice the rooibos, but instead, pretty much only tasted the lavender, which was quite strong. I think, in retrospect, I overleafed it and may have accidentally drowned out any other flavours. I’ll have to give it another whirl later, but worst case, I’ll mix this with another tea to temper the lavender and add a bit more interest.

ETA: Resteep of this tempered the lavender and brought out some nice cakey/nuttiness. I enjoyed the resteep more than the first infusion, actually.

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I really debated quite heavily if I wanted to order this tea or not, but in the end I decided I would be more frustrated by not trying it and having the taste be this big question mark for me than I would be by buying it and not loving it. Now to be fair I did let my mug steep for much longer than I had initially intended, but my main reservation was that it would be too much lavender since Deb seems to have a really liberal hand when adding lavender to her teas and… well, it’s kind of too much lavender.

It’s just so thick and floral that the heady notes of pungent lavender are really covering everything else except for the briskness of the black tea. I will do my best to not make a snap judgement since my steeping of this mug was not what I’d intended it to be. However, it’s a bit disappointing. Still, better (at least to me) than not knowing.

Kittenna

I read your review after writing mine and agree – this might be a bit too much lavender for a tea that’s supposed to have other flavours!

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