Coastal Carrot Cake

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Fruit Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
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Like a slice of homemade carrot cake, this rooibos blend is decadent and comforting. And yet there’s something else there, too. A spiciness and exotic quality that takes the experience a step further. A true dessert tea that can be indulged every day. Not too sweet but sweetly satisfying. Carrots, rooibos, fruits, and chocolate bits blended together. Creating a brewed cup with a fragrant aromatic scent of spices, cake, and good memories.

Ingredients:
Organic Rooibos
Organic Honeybush
Organic Currants
Organic Carrots
Organic Cinnamon Chips
Organic Pineapple
Organic White Chocolate Bits
Organic Safflower
Organic Nutmeg
Organic Cloves
Pure Extracts

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My favourite kind of actual cake is carrot cake, and on my birthday that’s usually what I get for proper non-tea cake to enjoy. This year I didn’t have a real cake, only cake teas, so I made sure to include a carrot cake one.

I’d still on fence about if I’m into this blend or not. It’s got the thick, dense quality that I feel a carrot cake blend probably should have and it’s slightly creamy. The spice notes are maybe a bit off to me though. I get nutmeg, which is great, but also the licorice-y taste of anise. I do like anise but it feels out of place in a carrot cake. The carrot is a bit earthy, but not quite the “cooked carrot” note I’m looking for. Some highs and some lows. Need to think on this one more…

Tea Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CpxoE_fuAkC/ (7th Pic)

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfLs6lrQY2c

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