Oatmeal Raisin Cookie

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Black Tea
Apple, Black Tea, Cinnamon, Cloves, Currants, Lemon Peel, Natural Flavours, Raisins, Sea Salt, Sugar
Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Cookie, Oatmeal
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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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As a child I was not a fan of oatmeal raisin cookies. I believed that 1) raisins did not belong in cookies, and 2) adding oatmeal was my mothers way of secretly making cookies healthy. Luckily, I came to my senses and crossed over to the raisin-loving cookie club. And for that very reason, I created this blend! Reminiscent of warm cookies fresh from the oven, just like mom used to make. Our Oatmeal Raisin Cookie tastes just like a cozy, blanket wrapped afternoon that will fill your cup with the aroma of vanilla, cinnamon, and cloves.

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Such a yummy cookie blend, I got this blend in a Secret Santa exchange, and its definitely going to be an addition to the collection the next time I order some tea.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Cookie, Oatmeal

Boiling 4 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Oooh, I used to love the Della Terra Oatmeal Raisin Cookie tea! I wonder if this is anything like it.


It was really good, I’ve never tried the Della Terra one


It was really good! It’s probably their tea I miss the most. I know some of their blends must have been created out-of-house because certain ones were available from other vendors, but I never managed to find this one and now I can’t remember who it was that sold them ): maybe I’ll have to try this to compare!


I’ll be on the look out for you, but I do recommend trying this one


Thank you! I’ve added this to my wishlist. (:


Nattie, Della Terra’s source was here: https://www.eastindiescoffeeandtea.com/


@tea-sipper : Oh my gosh, you are really saving my bacon today! Thank you!! I’ve just looked and currently their minimum order is a 2lb bag, so I might have to hold off for now and find another company selling their teas XD They do say they have an online store coming early next year though, so fingers crossed for that! (:


I have heard others say that if you order through e-mail, you do not have to buy two pounds of each tea, since they are mainly a wholesaler. However, thank you for mentioning you noticed they will have an online store soon!! I’m very excited for that, so I’m glad you had me visiting their site today. :D


Ahh, I might give that a go then! I’d have to order over email anyway since I’m in the UK (:

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This tea really does remind me a oatmeal raisin cookie. For me it was more the smell then the taste. It’s base is a black tea and I am only recently trying and learning to like some black tea flavors so keep that in mind. It was fairly smooth to me and I could smell the cinnamon and spices. There is cane sugar in the mix so it needed no added sugar for me. Pipping hot I didn’t enjoy it as much, but letting it cool just a bit brought out the cookie flavors.

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this was a fun one to try. It’s more like the memory of oatmeal raisin cookie for me, with a little more cinnamon than i need. When i make oatmeal raisin (chocolate chip) cookies the cinnamon is much subtler. However, there’s an element of “baked good” that i think has been captured quite nicely. not a keeper for me, but an enjoyable cup to try.


I was wondering how you got this and then I remembered I passed it along to Roswell who must have shared it lol

Roswell Strange

That’s exactly what happened :P

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Thanks for the sample VariaTEA!

So, this pretty well does taste exactly like an Oatmeal Raisin Cookie, complete with light cinnamon pastry notes and vanilla notes. Is it a good thing that it’s so accurate? Eh, debatable. I’d probably enjoy it a lot more of I liked raisins. I’ve come around to them a lot since first joining steepster and even enjoy raisin notes in my black teas (Darjeeling/Keemun specifically) quite a bit now BUT I’m a long, long way from appreciating them in real life and I think the fact this reminded me so strongly of ‘real life’ raisins and not ‘raisin notes’ in tea was what made it somewhat conflicting.

I still enjoyed it a lot overall, especially the soft cinnamon notes and really subtle pithy lemon undertones – but couldn’t completely get into it.


So when I packaged this, I considered the raisins but then decided you should try it anyways


Literally the new definition in the teadictionary – ‘variatea’ – when one drinks a lot of different types of tea, even to the point of drinking tea they might not like.

Roswell Strange

I think that describes so many of us…

I’m gonna choose to look at it as a way to broaden and refine my palate though. Also, thanks for the reminder that I really should be adding that book to my growing collection! :)

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Well this has cooled quite a great deal but it still captures the taste of an oatmeal raisin cookie…heavy on the raisin and with a great deal of cinnamon. The brew has an awesome fresh-baked cookie scent. All in all, its pretty tasty and though I wouldn’t mind slightly less cinnamon, I am pleased.

Evol Ving Ness

This sounds rather captivating. That said, too much cinnamon destroys the whole thing for me.

Evol Ving Ness

Did you drink this as latte or black?


I drank it black and tbh I think the cinnamon came out more since it cooled. I imagine it would be more balanced if it were hotter.

Evol Ving Ness

Thanks for unravelling that, VariaTEA.

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