Mornin' Waffles

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Oolong Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cinnamon Chips, Cloves, Marshmallow Root, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Flavours, Oolong, Organic Flavours, Safflower
Flavors
Cinnamon, Maple Syrup, Sweet, Bark, Pastries, Roasted Nuts, Sugar
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Edit tea info Last updated by derk
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 298 ml

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  • “Sweet cinnamon waffle goodness. If you aren’t eating waffles with syrup you can drink a sip of this and pretend that you are. If you don’t like the sweet maple taste, this one’s not for you. For...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cuppageek Advent Day 22 I read the reviews before I made this one, and saw gmathis’ recommendation to make it with milk. I wasn’t sure if she meant to add milk to the tea or to make it IN MILK, but...” Read full tasting note
  • “Day 6 Advent This was an oolong which was a pleasant surprise for something different. I liked the waffle like flavours from this one, but would have been interested in less APPLE. I don’t eat...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I took two teaspoons this morning and since I have opened the box from derk, this tea was “screaming” I am here, though it was wrapped carefully to don’t contamine flavour to other teas. That said,...” Read full tasting note
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Mornin’ Waffles – a deliciously decadent blend of all flavors that scream waffles with a healthy dose of syrup without the calories! One of my favorite go to teas.

Oolong, Apple Pieces, Cinnamon, Natural Maple Flavor, Cardamom, Safflower, Natural Creme Flavor, Cloves, Marshmallow Root, Cinnamon Chips, Organic Cake Batter Flavoring

to brew: use 1 teaspoon to 6-8 oz of hot water (190F). steep for 3-5 minutes and allow to cool for 1-2 minutes. Repeat & Enjoy!

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Sweet cinnamon waffle goodness. If you aren’t eating waffles with syrup you can drink a sip of this and pretend that you are. If you don’t like the sweet maple taste, this one’s not for you. For me, I’d drink this occasionally or add something savory to eat like feta or goat cheese. This is a tasty sweet tea that I’ll need a bit more of in my cupboard.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Maple Syrup, Sweet

ashmanra

Ooooh, I like the idea of pairing this with cheese!

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Cuppageek Advent Day 22

I read the reviews before I made this one, and saw gmathis’ recommendation to make it with milk. I wasn’t sure if she meant to add milk to the tea or to make it IN MILK, but you know I am up for lattes since cooler weather started so a latte it is!

I steeped it a pretty long time, maybe six minutes, and this time I did not add whipped cream since several people said it was super sweet. I thought it was very good! I didn’t taste too much apple, but mainly maple sweetness.

Thanks to Cameron B I have been obsessing over jelly and jam, and thanks to Youngest being on an applesauce kick I have been thinking about those cheap packs of apple jelly you get in little diners, so I had middle daughter buy some apple jelly today and that is what I drank this with – toast with cheap apple jelly. I could have chosen a better pairing because that was sweet with sweet, but it went together all right and I enjoyed it!

I would like this tea much more with a couple of slices of bacon or an omelette. Yum!

Cameron B.

My grandma used to make apple jelly! Now I want some… Sounds like a weekend project to me! ;)

White Antlers

I rarely eat jelly (or toast) but when I do, the super taste conjunction is cream cheese and jelly (any flavor).

ashmanra

I haven’t tried cream cheese and jelly, but it sounds good! We love the combination of butter (salty!) and sweet jelly or honey mixed with coconut oil which is unbelievably yummy!
http://www.eatcakefordinner.net/2014/01/coconut-oil-honey-butter.html?m=1

White Antlers

Oooooh! ashmanra I just made a big batch of corn muffins to go with winter soups so I am going to try coconut oil honey butter. I do oil pulling every morning with coconut oil so I have plenty of it for cooking and recipe tweaking. : )

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Day 6 Advent

This was an oolong which was a pleasant surprise for something different. I liked the waffle like flavours from this one, but would have been interested in less APPLE. I don’t eat apples with my waffles, so that was not quite what i was looking for. But outside of that, i liked this one :)

Cameron B.

Now I’m thinking about waffles with some kind of cinnamon apple compote on top… NOM.

Sil

ew lol not my jam haha

Courtney

Ahaha, waffles with all the maple syrup!

gmathis

Waffles are good with fresh gourmet fancy-pants lemon curd.

ashmanra

Just FYI – Mornin’ Waffles and Eleven are the exact same tea so don’t order both! (Ask me how I know.) ha ha!

Sil

haha

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1103 tasting notes

I took two teaspoons this morning and since I have opened the box from derk, this tea was “screaming” I am here, though it was wrapped carefully to don’t contamine flavour to other teas.

That said, pouch was closed carefully, but it is indeed very aromatic tea. The cinnamon is very strong, as well the pastry, dough, whatever “Waffles” note. As well the maple syrup was very prominent.

I have decided to make two steeps, one 3 minute long. That was very on the sweet side, and although I like sweet things, this was maybe too strong for me. I had one whole white piece of apple (probably) in te tea bag. That was quite funny in the bag, as all other tea ingredients where black or dark at least. The flavour indeed reminded me waffles, though having them only once and… it is very old memory. I think it could be about 15 years, but now and then I go next to stand where they are made, so it is very similar. Or it’s bit simlar to not-Czech Trdelník. Anyway, it was tasty, waffle like, but too sweet for me. I completely agree with derk’s statement: “This one is for those lovers of sweet thangs.”

I decided to try second steep, though not suggested by vendor. I prolonged the steep to 5 minute mark and it was still quite flavorful. The waffle note shadowed a bit, and it became more woody and bark than cinnamony. While it wasn’t another steep of sweet waffles with maplesyrup, it was still quite drinkable. But I won’t recommend doing it.

To be honest, I am not sure how to rate it. It was tasty and well executed to name, but I am not that friend of this blend as it is sweet for me. I think I won’t go that low as derk, but it is around average for me. Not a fan, but I think I can finish that small pouch.

Flavors: Bark, Cinnamon, Maple Syrup, Pastries, Sweet

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
Madeline

You’ve only had waffles once?? I have had a lot of waffles, but most of them were just hotel-breakfast waffles or eggos. Actually, I’m not sure if those count! haha

Madeline

Martin: this is what i mean by hotel breakfast waffles. Made in a machine like this. Not sure if it’s an American thing or universal haha https://www.thisgirltravels.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/hotel-breakfast-bar.jpg

Martin Bednář

I think it is universal thing Madeline. But I just don’t come across them, as they aren’t eaten here for breakfasts :)

ashmanra

I think Cuppa Beek teas usually make it to three steeps for me! You might have liked a third steep more, Martin!

ashmanra

Cuppa Geek not beek! Lol

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966 tasting notes

If Mrs. Butterworth were convicted of smuggling sweet cinnamon and drowning eggy waffles.

Thank the glorb this was a freebie. This one is for those lovers of sweet thangs.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML
VariaTEA

Such a short tasting note but with so much information. Haha

Cameron B.

I am one of those lovers of sweet things! ;)

Courtney

This is perfect.

gmathis

I like this one, but it is very, very cinnamon.

ashmanra

Oooooh, I have this set aside for my daughter but maybe I should try it before it goes….

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2367 tasting notes

Not sure what I did today other than pay better attention, but this was a lovely morning break. I played “hidden pictures” with the list of ingredients and found them all in plain sight except the cardamom, but then, I was never very good at Where’s Waldo, either. This is good stuff. Would be lovely for late winter tea parties or Easter breakfasts, for you fancy pants people.

AJRimmer

I’m having this one today too!

gmathis

Nothin’ but (necessary) repetitive drudge work in the office today—-using good tea as my carrot-and-stick motivation strategy.

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