Dandelion Caramel Nut

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Almonds, Carob, Chicory, Dandelion Root, Figs, Natural Caramel Flavor
Acidic, Bitter, Burnt, Butter, Caramel, Popcorn, Roasted, Roasted Barley, Sweet, Burnt Sugar, Coffee, Dandelion, Nutty, Roasted Nuts, Toasty, Dates, Nuts, Vanilla
Sold in
Tea Bag
Caffeine Free
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

3 Want it Want it

1 Own it Own it

8 Tasting Notes View all

From Teeccino

A swirl of sweet and creamy caramel against roasted dandelion and chicory roots, enhanced by dates, figs and almonds

Creamy caramel gone nutty by golden roasted almonds with the essence of pecans and hazelnuts layered over roasted dandelion and chicory roots, enhanced by the sweetness of dates and figs. Dandelion Caramel Nut brews up a lovely cup of toasty warmth that won’t overload you with calories though it will still satisfy your sweet tooth. A background of bitterness from dandelion roots helps to stimulate digestion and detoxification. This is an enticing brew anytime of day and especially after a meal for a dessert replacement.

Certified Gluten Free – 85% Organic – Medium Roast

Organic carob, organic chicory, organic dandelion root, organic dates, almonds, natural caramel nut flavor*, organic figs
Contains: Almonds.
*All Teeccino flavors are extracted from plants and comply with organic standards.

About Teeccino View company

Company description not available.

8 Tasting Notes

2920 tasting notes

Sipdown! (7 | 496)

So I bought a Teeccino dandelion sampler pack on Amazon after being intrigued by the dandelion root in some tea that I don’t recall now. This just happened to be the flavor that sounded most intriguing this evening, so I steeped up both teabags in a 16-ounce mug.

Hmm, so not sure if I steeped this too long or if two bags was too many (it recommended 8 oz for each bag) but it’s quite bitter and acidic. Having no experience with dandelion root, I don’t know if this is normal. It’s not undrinkably bitter, but it’s certainly not the most pleasant flavor. I do taste a lot of caramel, and it reminds me of a buttery caramel sauce. Otherwise it tastes very similar to burnt popcorn, with a deep roasted flavor. I guess it’s a bit like mugicha really. I’m not sure I would pick out nuts specifically.

Anyway, I’m not sure what to think of this. I find the overall flavor pleasant enough, but the bitterness is pretty distracting. Maybe I’ll shorten the steep a bit for some of the other flavors and see if that helps?

Flavors: Acidic, Bitter, Burnt, Butter, Caramel, Popcorn, Roasted, Roasted Barley, Sweet

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 16 OZ / 473 ML

I haven’t tried this variety yet. Sounds like a little doctoring with milk might help!

Cameron B.

I’m sure you’re right, but I almost never add milk to my tea. I’ll be interested to see if the other flavors in the sampler are similarly bitter?


I’ve had one Teeccino tea, and it was pretty delicious with milk and sugar, but I don’t think I would have liked it at all without.

Lexie Aleah

These are better with milk and I think designed more for a milk or latte prep method as dandelion root is naturally bitter.

Cameron B.

Maybe I’ll try steeping the other flavors a bit less and see if that helps. I’m not opposed to adding a splash of oat milk either, he he.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

735 tasting notes

Ever logged into your work computer on Monday morning and realized that you’re simply not emotionally ready to launch your interoffice IM app and email client? That me today. Wish me luck.

Caffeine will only increase my stress levels and further diminish my fool-tolerating threshold, so this is what’s on tap today. Good with a splash of milk. Good for the stomach. Good for the liver. Just good all around.


I know the feeling. Best of luck with the workday!

Mastress Alita

Tomorrow is my first day back after a weeklong staycation. Such a feel.

Lexie Aleah

This is one of my favorite flavors of the Teeccino tea bags.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

287 tasting notes

From the TTB
Chicory is the main thing I taste here, not a whole lot of almonds or caramel. I may have let it steep too long. It wasn’t a bad or bitter taste, just a bit overwhelming. I did look into chicory a bit and it’s good for digestion. If I see this in a store I might be tempted to purchase a box.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

1848 tasting notes

I had a note and I lost it! Ugh. Basically this blend is deep, dark, and perfect for a cozy winter night.

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

Oh wait, it’s still autumn…


This is one of my absolute favorites! I also really like Teeccino’s Butterscotch Cream Chaga Ashwagandha tea (which sounds very weird and/ or nasty, but it’s really very delightful)!


That actually sounds amazing and not weird/nasty at all! I don’t think I’ve had a Teeccino blend that I haven’t liked, but I admittedly haven’t tried most of their blends.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

2977 tasting notes

Mmmmmm….. hate to say it, but I think I like this better than adding vanilla honey to the Traditional Medicinals Roasted Dandelion. There’s the perfect amount of sweetness built in from the figs and dates (“dates” wasn’t an option in the ingredients box, btw). All it needs is a splash of almond milk and I am set for afternoon relaxation. Downside is the high price for only 10 teabags :-(

Flavors: Caramel, Dates, Nuts, Roasted Barley, Vanilla


Ooh…does sound interesting!


good news – it resteeps nicely. Almost as much color and flavor. I was worried that with more chicory than dandelion root, it may not stimulate digestion in the same manner, but apparently chicory has similar effects: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-92-chicory.aspx?activeIngredientId=92&activeIngredientName=chicory&source=1

Login or sign up to leave a comment.