Snickerdoodle

Tea type
Honeybush Tea
Ingredients
Honeybush, Natural Flavours, Organic Cinnamon, Sugar
Flavors
Cinnamon, Apple, Cream, Pastries
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “My favorites teas from Necessiteas are definitely the cinnamon ones. This one uses a delicious woody cinnamon, which goes perfectly with the rooibos base. It’s quite desserty and wonderful. Maybe I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cinnamon is definitely the dominant flavor here, as it should be for a snickerdoodle cookie. I wish I did taste the cookie aspect though. Or some sort of pastry. I think without it, this just...” Read full tasting note
  • “Preparation: Sweetened Latte Tasting Notes: This was like more dessert than I intended but I am totally ok with it. I added like a tsp of raw sugar and 1/4 c of full fat oatly and it is like...” Read full tasting note
    91
  • “Vanilla Oat Milk Latte and Plain Tea Sipdown (271) A little while ago I asked my BIL to buy me Oat Milk so I could make a latte with Dessert by Deb’s Pumpkin Pie Tart. I was worried the apple in it...” Read full tasting note

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Snickerdoodles are the perfect holiday cookie. Packed with that classic cinnamon and sugar flavor, this tea will quickly become a family favorite!

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5 Tasting Notes

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1719 tasting notes

My favorites teas from Necessiteas are definitely the cinnamon ones. This one uses a delicious woody cinnamon, which goes perfectly with the rooibos base. It’s quite desserty and wonderful. Maybe I could see a cookie direction from this, but it’s moreso mildly spiced than exactly cookie flavored. Sweetened with milk, this is quite a treat.

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1904 tasting notes

Cinnamon is definitely the dominant flavor here, as it should be for a snickerdoodle cookie. I wish I did taste the cookie aspect though. Or some sort of pastry. I think without it, this just because a simple cinnamon honeybush. Don’t get me wrong – it tastes really good – but I would love to see more cookie since it’s a cookie tea. Thanks, vallhallow, for sharing!

Flavors: Cinnamon

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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129 tasting notes

Preparation: Sweetened Latte
Tasting Notes: This was like more dessert than I intended but I am totally ok with it. I added like a tsp of raw sugar and 1/4 c of full fat oatly and it is like cinnamon ice cream or like apple pie with ice cream. I have never had a snickerdoodle but I think this is delicious as a latte. I think I would order this again when I run out.

When I had a sip of this without the oatmilk, it was bit too strong even with the sugar so I don’t give it the highest score because it isn’t as flexible as far as I have tried so far.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Cream, Pastries

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Vanilla Oat Milk Latte and Plain Tea Sipdown (271)

A little while ago I asked my BIL to buy me Oat Milk so I could make a latte with Dessert by Deb’s Pumpkin Pie Tart. I was worried the apple in it would curdle the milk but Deb recommends it as a latte. However, after talking to Roswell Strange about it, she said I could probably get away with using my usual milk since the apple pieces weren’t acidified.

That left me with the vanilla oat milk. Since I haven’t had it before, I was worried about using up all of a tea on a latte with it in case I didn’t like the flavour of the oat milk and thus wasted a tea. Or if I did like it, I wouldn’t know if it was because of the milk or the tea. Sorry if that’s confusing.

Anyways, when I decided to make this tea today, I realized it I used the whole sample, I could make a small latte and also have a plain cup to use as a control in my vanilla oat milk latte experiment. So that’s that I did. I also tried the vanilla oat milk plain and if I’m being honest, I didn’t love it. When I froth almond milk, I find it gets a sort of cardboard taste to it and this oat milk had a touch of that right from the beginning. That also came through in the smell of the frothed milk. With that said, I was shocked at how well the oat milk frothed. It basically was all froth. That’s a point in it’s favour.

I started with the latte. It’s sweet, which I’m guessing is the brown sugar in the tea. And oat-y, which would be the milk. It kind of tastes like brown sugar oatmeal which is fine, but definitely not what I wanted from my latte. Personally, I don’t think I’m a fan of oat milk from this very limited experience.

I don’t think I’m a huge fan of this tea in general either. I tried the plain tea and it was more of that brown sugar sweetness. Not much beyond that though. Well, honey notes from the honeybush base and brown sugar. Maybe a touch of cinnamon but sweet cinnamon, which I don’t love. Definitely not saying snickerdoodle to me in either plain or latte form. Boo!

Courtney

Such a shame it didn’t work out with the oat milk. Oat milk is one of my favs!

VariaTEA

I still have more in the container so if there is a certain tea or way of having it you suggest, I am willing to give it another try.

Cameron B.

I was surprised to not really like oat milk, given how much I love other oat things!

VariaTEA

I suppose it could also be the brand I got. We could only find shelf stable Earth’s Own So Fresh in less than 2 litres. I was recommended the Barista Oatly but either my BIL couldn’t find it or couldn’t find it in a small size.

Mastress Alita

I recently had to change from almond milk to oat milk; for whatever reason suddenly almond milk is making my GI act up, but so far I’m not having that issue with the oat. I used to only get the vanilla (cause I was worried about taste), but I rarely have milk “plain” regardless (it’s always in tea lattes, smoothies, etc) so I tried the regular recently since some of my lattes/smoothies just seemed unbarably sweet. I’m shocked I’m liking this better (if I was drinking plain, I doubt that would be the case, though). I have very limited brand options in my town, though.

VariaTEA

I watched a youtube video where she made a latte with tea infused milk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dj3fni6PrA). I thought that was brilliant so I am trying one later. I used the oat milk for it so that’s currently set up in my fridge. Hopefully that one goes better than this one.

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1604 tasting notes

Received this as a sample in a previous order and just finished it off. Really enjoyable! Tons of brown sugar goodness, and a nice balance of cinnamon. Would’ve been excellent with a bit of oat milk, but I was at work when I made it and had none on hand.

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