Glazed Lemon Loaf

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Rooibos Tea
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Cake, Icing, Lemon, Vanilla, Butter, Butterscotch, Candy, Cream, Malt, Artificial, Herbaceous, Popcorn, Sweet, Creamy, Pastries, Citrusy, Frosting, Tangy, Tart, Sugar, Floral, Citrus, Ginger, Lemon Zest
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 331 ml

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Craving a glazed lemon loaf? Heat your oven to 350 degrees, grease a pan, mix in eggs, sugar, yogurt, and whisk vigorously. Stir in lemon zest, vanilla, and flour. Bake for 50 minutes. Or just brew this tea in your favorite cup. We’re a fan of both approaches.

Ingredients: Apple, natural flavors, green rooibos, orange peel, chamomile, rose petals, licorice root, ginger

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4074 tasting notes

This is from Cameron B this summer — THANKS as I finally get to try Lemon Loaf which so many of you are always raving about. It is quite a delicious Tazo blend. And looking at these ingredients, I have no idea how most of them are even resulting in this flavor. Ginger? Apple? Licorice? Rose? Chamomile? ALL of these ingredients should result in the opposite of what I’m tasting — which is a lovely lemony dessert, also with the perfect level of sweetness. It’s such a great balance of sweet lemon, with a touch of tart lemon rind, and cream. It’s lovely all around.

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I’ve finally tried this bagged grail that everyone seems to adore, and I feel a certain sense of accomplishment. The nose is absolutely insane on this… how do they manage that without adding flavoring?! It made me want to check my fingers for crusty little bits of white icing. The entire scent profile is spot-on without holes or extras.

The mouthfeel and taste certainly, certainly don’t keep up with the nose, but that cakey waft sorta makes up for everything else. A bit thin and empty in the middle. I think this is why I tend to not ever really dig herbal teas — there is something so special in what camellia sinensis does in the mouth, in myriad iterations, that herbs and fruits and spices and most other concocted brews just can’t. It’s not their fault.

This was my first experience with green rooibos, recommended by ashmanra. I can’t say I have big opinions about it, as I think its job here was to blend in and support everything else (which it does admirably).

Flavors: Cake, Icing, Lemon, Vanilla


A little milk with this one is nice, too.


Ah, cool. I’ll try some almond or oat milk next time!

Roswell Strange

To be fair, there is flavouring in it. Really tasty flavouring though ;)


Ah, I missed it! That makes so much more sense, lol!

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February Sipdown Prompt – a grocery store tea

No note from me? And I am about to finish our second box of this tea.

We normally drink this hot. We drink it without sweetener, but I needed a caffeine free evening beverage and since it was around 80F today, I decided to get wild and make this sweet and iced. It has a really strong vanilla aroma, so very very cake-like which is what they were aiming for, so BINGO!

I think as a sweet iced tisane, the vanilla comes much more forward and maybe even steps on the lemon a bit, but it is still quite good. I think I do prefer it hot. Next time we drink it will probably be a sipdown, although I may repurchase in the future after the cupboard gets a bit smaller. (I still haven’t added my puerh teas to the cupboard, partly because there is no hurry to drink them down.)


Wonder how it would stand up as a chilled latte this summer…


I can add some half and half and let you know!


I’ve got some to play with, myself, once the temperature roller coaster favors cold drinks again. Back to the 30’s tomorrow.


Tried it, can recommend! We were 81 today and should hit 83 tomorrow. But if it is cold for you, it is probably headed this way.

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240 tasting notes

I love this blend! It was recommended by a friend on Instagram and it took me a while to track down. While I have had it in m stash for a little while, I forgot to add it to my cupboard but it’s too late now because I have two bags left. It’s sweet, citrusy, and buttery with a hint of creamy glaze. A new favorite herbal blend for sure!

Flavors: Butter, Butterscotch, Cake, Candy, Cream, Lemon, Malt

Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this one!


It was such a nice treat!

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I was a little cautious about trying this tea because I’m not a big fan of rooibos and this has a green rooibos base. After tasting it, I have to conclude that it’s red rooibus that I don’t like because this tea was delicious!

I didn’t bring the water to a full boil, but probably about 205°. And I steeped it for around 3 minutes. Then I added a little bit of sweetener and let it cool before taking a sip. It really does taste like a glazed lemon pound cake. I’m addicted! What makes it even more appealing is that it’s caffeine free, so this is a great way to have a warm, sweet treat that won’t keep me up just before bedtime.

Flavors: Cake, Icing, Lemon, Vanilla

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

I love green rooibos, and I am trying to make friends with red but it is not going well.


I’m with ya. On the plus side, having such a pleasant experience with the green rooibos it’s encouraging me to try other blends with that as the base. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it’s a positive exploration.

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Sipdown! (22 | 425)

Another gifted sample, two teabags of this tisane from Instagram friend Tiana. I actually have a box of this one in my cupboard, but each “package” (in this case, not an actual package, but in general) of tea gets its own entry in my cupboard spreadsheet, and therefore counts as a separate sipdown. And there’s nothing you can do about it, nyah! XD

This is a nice tisane, especially for a grocery store teabag. But it doesn’t quite live up to the hype for me. It has a good candylike, desserty lemon flavor to it, and there’s a butteriness, but instead of reminding me of cake, it reminds me a bit of artificial butter-flavored popcorn. With some kind of lemon glaze on top, ha ha. Honestly, that sounds delicious…

It’s a tasty blend, but it won’t be a reorder for me. If I want something lemony in the evening, I’d rather just have lemongrass.

Flavors: Artificial, Butter, Candy, Herbaceous, Icing, Lemon, Popcorn, Sweet

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

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I just went to an in-person conference for the first time since the pandemic hit, which was more than a little stressful. (I had to staff a one-day conference for work a few months ago, but I didn’t have to leave town for it and I was not even there for the whole day. This was a full-on, multi-day, out-of-town affair.) Thankfully they had this tea. Since Kelmishka had included this in my Steepster homemade advent calendar, I already knew that it is absolutely delicious. Plus they had almond milk out a couple of times, which gave it added creaminess and strengthened the vanilla flavor. I even cold brewed a bag in a water bottle, and honestly it turned out better than I expected. I was concerned that the soft, cozy vibe of this blend wouldn’t translate as a cold brew. But the core flavor notes – vanilla, lemon, and glaze – actually translated really well into something still soft but maybe more spring-like than cozy. Basically I was downing variations of this every time I was alone or outside. I may have also liberated a couple of bags to take home.


Whenever I’m at a work event that has tea, I always take a couple for the road…or sometimes even every bag of chamomile…


There’s a Good Earth Sweet and Spicy that’s also extremely conference and hotel friendly—the cinnamon is good for covering up unfamiliar water and Styrofoam.


LOL @ “unfamiliar”… what a nice way to put it.


Loving both the pro tips and that I’m in good company!


I guess I coulda said “chlorine pre-infused” hotel water…


Most minty teas are hard to screw up, even low quality mint leaves will cover up mineral tasting water. I tend to travel with a few tea bags just I case the tea I come across isn’t up to my tea snobbery standards. Pukka makes an elderberry and berry flavored bag that is good for all occasions and is strong enough for a few infusions.

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Ashmanra’s Sipdown Challenge | February 2023 | A grocery store tea

A very sad sipdown indeed! This tea punches so far above its weight. It’s been a very comforting evening sipper this winter and I’m sad to see it go.

Leaving my rating the same.

2023 sipdown count: 22/75

Flavors: Cake, Creamy, Lemon, Sweet

Cameron B.

I have a box I can send your way if you’d like!


I definitely like to keep a box of this around, its very comforting and naturally sweet.


Cameron, thanks for the offer, but that’s OK! I’m trying not to instantly replace things I finish… hehe.


Vallhallow, agreed, it’s so comforting!


Always in stock for me, too.

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150 tasting notes

Thanks, getanzt!!
Preparation: Western
Tasting note: This is the closest thing, I have had to a glazed lemon cake. And its not overly sweet and really nice night cap. Lemony and has a creaminess. Also, its not too expensive. I will be finding more of this soon.

Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

Is this not absolutely luscious? I find mine at Target.


I’m glad you enjoyed it! :D


Our Publix has it!

Mastress Alita

This is a cupboard staple for me. My local grocery has really slimmed down the Tazo selections, but they still have this one because it sells so well.


I checked a nearby target and they do sell it but its currently out of stock. I will find it eventually.

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1481 tasting notes

A mug of sunshine. Quite the mood lifter <3

Flavors: Butter, Cake, Citrusy, Cream, Frosting, Lemon, Tangy, Vanilla

Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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