Day 6 of 24 Days of Tea Tasting: Gingerbread Blondie

Hello friends and welcome to day six of 24 Days of Tea Tasting! Today I’m sharing my tasting notes for Gingerbread Blondie by DAVIDsTEA.

Disclaimer: I do not claim to have any real expertise when it comes to tea. This is just for fun

Tea Information

Herbal Tea

Caffeine Free

Ingredients: Apple, Ginger, Pineapple (pineapple, sugar), Mango (mango, sugar), Candied ginger (cane sugar, ginger), Sugar sprinkles white stars (sugar, rice flour, cocoa butter, potato starch), Sugar sprinkles gingerbread man (sugar, rice flour, cocoa butter, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, confectioner’s glaze, potato starch, flavouring), Apple pomace (apple pomace, citric acid), Artificial (vanilla, cream) flavouring, Marigold flowers, Natural flavouring with stevia extract, Vanilla. Contains sulfites.

Brewing Instructions:

Heat water to 95℃/200℉

Steep for 5+ minutes

Tasting Notes

Sight: What I suspect are marigold blossoms give this tea a pop of orange colour, complemented by the warm tones of the rest of the tea ingredients. The gingerbread and star sprinkles add a festive touch to the overall look of the loose leaf. It steeps a lemon yellow colour.

Smell: The smell of this tea reminds me of another tea called Lavender Swirl, also by DAVIDsTEA. It’s sweet and gingery, with vanilla notes. Steeping the tea really brings out the scent of the ginger.

Taste: This tea tastes like gingerbread! Sweet and gingery like how it smells. I’ve never had a gingerbread blondie before though, so I can’t really compare it with the tea, but the vanilla gives it a decadence that I can imagine mimics that of a baked good.


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I like this tea. It reminds me of lavender swirl, which is one of my favourite teas from DAVIDsTEA.


Would probably make a really good latte.

Update: I can confirm that it makes a really good latte.

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