Gingerbread House Tea from Souvia

Tea Type: Rooibos

Where To Buy: Souvia

Product Description:

You can imagine the gingerbread baking in the oven. The smooth rooibos base combines witht eh fruit and nuts for totally satisfying cup.

Rooibos, candied pineapple, mango.and papaya bits, roasted almonds, coconut chips, flavoring, walnut bits, peanut bits, and hazelnut bits

Product of Germany

Caffeine Free

Tasters Review:

Gingerbread House Tea from Souvia couldn’t smell more like an actual Gingerbread House!  The taste is so flavorful and complex and jam-packed with ingredients it’s hard not to comment on it or write an entire review!  It’s teas and tisane’s like this that make it fun to have a tea review blog!

This is incredibly sweet and very sugary!   The candied pineapple, mango, and papaya are going NUTS even more than the actual NUTS!  Their are HONKin’ HUGE Walnut halves in there!  (And YES…”Honkin’ Huge” is an official measurement!  At least in my book it is!)  And there are good sized chunks of the other nuts too!   The Coconut chips are fun and are about the same flavor level as the nuts.   The Rooibos takes a back seat to everything else that is going on here and that is ok with me!

I’ve said it before and I will say it again…I love interesting teas/tisanes and this is certainly one of them!  Whether you like it or not – at least it’s interesting! Eventho this is intensely sweet and sugary without even adding sugar to it – I like it!  The aftertaste is a little funky but I can get past that. Thumbs up for creativity!  This is a FUN Tisane!  Not to mention memorable and something you will surely talk about this holiday season!

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