Santa's Milk and Cookies

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Natural Flavours, Safflower Petals
Flavors
Cookie, Drying, Malty, Milk, Milk Chocolate, Oreo Cookie
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Nik
Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 15 sec 20 oz / 591 ml

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  • “Yawn Advent Calendar: Day 3 OK, so the dry leaf has this weird, almost plastic-y smell that weirds me out a little bit. But then in the brewed cup, it transforms into something that is definitely...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The last time I thought, “What sorcery is this?” was when I spread Biscoff on toast. Funnily enough, this time it’s about drinking biscuits (cookies), not spreading them on toast. I don’t know how...” Read full tasting note
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From Yawn

Milk and cookies aren’t just for children. Get cosy with the tea version of a Christmas favourite. Best brewed as a latte with hot frothed milk.

Full list of ingredients: black tea, sumac berries, cornflower, safflower & red plum petals, and natural flavours.

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Yawn Advent Calendar: Day 3

OK, so the dry leaf has this weird, almost plastic-y smell that weirds me out a little bit. But then in the brewed cup, it transforms into something that is definitely reminiscent of a sweet milk — but not in a sour dairy way, just an evocative, milk-and-cookies kind of way. Like malty cereal milk, maybe? Of course I say all this not having had dairy milk in 13+ years, so!

The flavor is interesting! In a good way. There’s a definitely cookie note to it, maybe like Oreos? I think I oversteeped it the first time, so the black base was the strongest element of that first cuppa — very drying and sharp. My second steep was maybe a little weak. I don’t think I managed to coax the perfect flavor out of this one, and I wish I had more so I could try again — it’s really interesting!

Flavors: Cookie, Drying, Malty, Milk, Milk Chocolate, Oreo Cookie

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The last time I thought, “What sorcery is this?” was when I spread Biscoff on toast. Funnily enough, this time it’s about drinking biscuits (cookies), not spreading them on toast. I don’t know how they combined berries and flowers to make cookies, but I’d be a lot slimmer if I could figure that out.

Anyway this is delicious and I super duper recommend it.

Flavors: Cookie

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML

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