Sock It To Me Cake

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Caffeine Free
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Ooh ah, sock it to me like you want to ooh

Ok, so this isn’t the song by Missy Elliott… its better. The roasted and caramelized almonds, apple pieces and cinnamon give an allure so inviting that it may become your favorite after work tea.

Flavor Notes: sweet, roasted

Benefits

Apple brightens the skin
Apple helps bone strength
Beetroot helps heart health
Almonds improve brain health
Cinnamon is high in anti-inflammatory properties
Cinnamon helps fight fungal & bacterial infections
Cinnamon helps build strong bones

Ingredients: Apple pieces, planed and crushed almonds, cinnamon pieces, beetroot pieces and flavoring.

Contains: Almonds

Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water

Net Wt. 1.75oz (Makes about 20 Cups)

Brewing Instructions

Scoop 1 TSP ( 2 grams) Brew: 10-12 min. Temp: 203-212°

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Like Roswell Strange said, this is Forever Nuts! As soon as the water hit this, that became clear.

I loved Forever Nuts the first time I tried it and the next time something about the smell was just so off putting to me. I haven’t really enjoyed it, or any of the other many variations by other companies since. Unfortunately, this tea is among those variations that just isn’t for me.

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Cold Brew Sipdown (1015)!

This is Forever Nuts – and I knew when I got the sampler that it was Forever Nuts from the ingredients list, but you can’t opt out of just one sample, so…

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, as has been pointed out here on Steepster many times before, Forever Nuts is a blend carried by many tea companies under different names and sometimes with very slight variations. I don’t believe there have been any variations made here.

I like Forever Nuts well enough, though it’s not my favourite. I did go through a “Forever Nuts” phase as I think many DT fans often go through. As a cold brew, the cinnamon and sweet roasted almond notes come through a lot, with just a bit of apple to round it out and sweeten it up. It tastes like an apple fritter or some kind of apple crumble. Very refreshing, easy to sip on, and not disagreeable at all.

Personally, I have amazing (and cheap) access to Forever Nuts whenever I want it just by way of working at DT so this isn’t something that I’d buy from another company. Just doesn’t make sense for me personally. I think the name here is really fun, though! I’ve never seen another company sort of take this direction for the blend, and I like it.

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