Banana Bread Coffee Pu Erh

Tea type
Pu'erh Pu'erh (shou) Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Banana, Cinnamon, Coffee, Earthy, Candy, Creamy, Roasted, Smooth, Sweet, Thick, Toasty, Woody, Dried Fruit
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Definitely tastes like coffee puerh with cinnamon, and a little banana sweetness underneath. The banana note lingers after the coffee and puerh earthiness depart. I like it but prefer the pecan pie...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A new-to-me tea company, yaaaaay! I heard about Old Barrel from TeaTuber “As The Tea Brews” (highly recommend her channel if you’re not familiar). She kept raving about their teas and they looked...” Read full tasting note
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From Old Barrel Tea Co

This decadent blend is reminiscent of gooey banana bread with a cup of coffee! It is energizing for the body and mind, supports longevity, and is great to help break down a fatty meal.

Ingredients: pu erh tea, roasted flavored coffee (roasted coffee, natural and artificial flavors), cinnamon, freeze dried banana, red rooibos, natural flavors, calendula

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Definitely tastes like coffee puerh with cinnamon, and a little banana sweetness underneath. The banana note lingers after the coffee and puerh earthiness depart. I like it but prefer the pecan pie puerh version to this one. I did sign up for the 4x a year subscription and I am loving the first box. I probably wouldn’t buy these separately, but as a whole, I’ll sure enjoy sipping them down. A nice way to explore what Old Barrel has to offer.

Flavors: Banana, Cinnamon, Coffee, Earthy

Cameron B.

Love their subscription! The stickers and info cards are so pretty too. I was very pleasantly surprised that the spring box wasn’t a ton of floral teas, which are not my favorite ha ha.

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A new-to-me tea company, yaaaaay! I heard about Old Barrel from TeaTuber “As The Tea Brews” (highly recommend her channel if you’re not familiar). She kept raving about their teas and they looked and sounded so interesting and yummy, so I decided to make them my monthly tea order for February. They’re based in the Southwest (New Mexico originally) and they have a lot of teas that reflect those flavors, based on things like horchata, green chile, empanadas, etc. But interestingly, they also have quite a few puerh blends, which I find to be unusual. I figured for my first order I would pick up their New Mexico sampler, and then added on a few more teas that I was most interested in, which brings us to this tea!

This is one of several teas they have that use coffee from local businesses (love it), and I tend to like coffee in teas so I was excited for this blend. Plus banana, yum! I have to say, I’m really enjoying this cup. The coffee beans and the cinnamon take center stage, with the banana mostly in the background until toward the end of the sip, where it becomes a bit more obvious. I like that it isn’t really sweet-tasting, despite being a dessert-ish tea. And the coffee isn’t bitter or acidic. The puerh base gives a nice richness, while the coffee adds yummy toasty notes which are so cozy with the warming cinnamon. For me, the banana keeps it from being a bit too “dark” and one-note, it’s such an interesting flavor and really makes the finish IMO.

Anyway, so far so good! I hope I like their other blends as much as this one. Oh, and this would probably make an amazing latte, I might have to try it that way soon…

Flavors: Banana, Candy, Cinnamon, Coffee, Creamy, Earthy, Roasted, Smooth, Sweet, Thick, Toasty, Woody

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Courtney

New tea companies are so fun!

Cameron B.

For sure, especially when they’re a bit different than other companies in my cupboard. :D

Courtney

Absolutely — and when the tea ends up being lovely. :)

Sil

oh man i miss “new” tea companies

AJRimmer

My favorite of their teas is lavender creme brulee!

Jean027

I really want to try this tea. I heard the reviews on “As the tea brews”. I will order from them this year. Right now I have a lot of banana and coffee teas so I will sip down first. The honeys on the website sound really good too.

Cameron B.

I was interested in the honeys too! But they’re a bit pricey for me, and I rarely even use honey, so I abstained ha ha… :P

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