Have you ever had tea as a dessert? This wonderful tea tastes as close to the beverage it is paying homage to as a tea can get. This Horchata has the wonderful flavor of vanilla, cinnamon and rooibos.
For a real experience: add a milk of your choice and sugar.
Flavor Notes: creamy, nutty
Ingredients: Rooibos tea, almond pieces, cinnamon, flavoring.
Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water
Net Wt. 1.75oz (Makes about 20 cups)
Scoop 1 TSP (2 grams) Brew: 8-10min. Temp: 203-212°
*Keep hot or add ice for an iced beverage
I love Horatcha from Mexico it’s a cinnamon rice milk drink. Which is what I was expecting after a little research apparently there are a couple different Horatcha drinks out there.
Just because it’s not what I was expecting doesn’t mean this isn’t pretty darn amazing. This is a very sweet tea all on its own so be careful adding sweetener . As with most tea please tea , teas you only need about a flat teaspoon of tea to get a very flavorful tea anything more can quickly become to much.
This has an almost cherry flavor. It’s exotic and interesting and absolutely delicious! My son quickly fell in love with his adding just a little creamer to it. I drink it without adding anything at all. It’s amazing and a great treat!
I found this variety via the sample pack and fell in love. Quick shipping and delicious tea. Highly recommend!
This isn't exactly like horchata (its tea, after all), but it is absolutely delish and definitely has the horchata flavors in there. I received this tea (and a few others) for my birthday, and am so glad I did! It will be a great treat, and would go well with milk or milk alternatives. Excellent dessert flavors without adding a ton of sugar to my diet. I will be buying this tea again when I run out. My husband even likes it, and he isn't a tea drinker!
Trying to reduce sugar without reducing "treats", this is an excellent substitute. Better than the Tazo dessert teas
This is delicious. Absolutely perfect. You can taste each flavor but somehow they still blend so perfectly. Fantastic. I tried it plain. And think that adding a bit of milk and sugar would take this over the top. I really loved this tea. Super impressed.