Caramel Vanilla Cuppa Cake® Tea Bags

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Taste the decadent flavors of old-fashioned Southern yellow cake with homemade caramel vanilla frosting. Our smooth premium black tea blend is a favorite and was inspired by the caramel cake in the movie "The Help." This calorie-free treat is wonderful either served hot or cool.


Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.


Black tea, sweet blackberry leaves, carob bits, natural caramel and vanilla flavor



Country of Origin

Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 5 Star


5 Stars Soothing

from WY on wrote:

This is a very smooth and soothing tea

Tastes amazing and packaging is cute!

5 Stars Tastes amazing and packaging is cute!

from FL on wrote:

I love the taste of this tea, soooo good. For my liking I did have to add a little sugar but it does actually have a good flavor without just not as strong as I like it. Highly recommend.

Dessert in a cup!

5 Stars Dessert in a cup!

from WV on wrote:

I really like this tea. It is so tasty. I only wish it came in a rooibos version as well.

Literally tastes like cake!

5 Stars Literally tastes like cake!

from TX on wrote:

This tea would be perfect on its own, but with a bit of sugar and milk, it tastes like cake batter. Four minutes is a good steep time for this tea. Perfect with ginger snaps.

Best tea I've ever had!

5 Stars Best tea I've ever had!

from PA on wrote:

This is my all-time favorite tea because it is one of a kind! I drink it for the smell as much as I do the taste! It tastes much better than other vanilla caramel teas because it has blackberry leaves and carob in it, which change the flavor completely. It has helped me stay away from sugary drinks. There is only a subtle difference between this and the Downton Abbey Mrs. Patmore's Pudding Tea.