Caramel Vanilla Cuppa Cake® Tea Bags

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$11.75 - Tin - 50 Tea Bags #40462
$51.00 - Bulk - 250 Tea Bags #30662
$10.00 - Refill - 50 Tea Bags #41462

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

Citizen Reviews
  • 5 Star

Perfect touch of sweetness

5 Stars Perfect touch of sweetness

from OK on wrote:

I love the flavor of this tea. You really get the vanilla and caramel together and it's the perfect hint of sweetness. It's phenomenal with a tiny splash of caramel creamer.

Carmel Vanilla Tea

5 Stars Carmel Vanilla Tea

from MA on wrote:

Love this tea 😍 You can enjoy it with or without your favorite sweetener. I enjoy it hot, but makes a great iced tea 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

My favorite by far, tea. Wonderful.

5 Stars My favorite by far, tea. Wonderful.

from SC on wrote:

This is the best tea, I've ever had...and I have ordered a ton of it. I drink like, 8 teabags of it a day. I've tried about 30 teas here, and this is my favorite. It needs nothing added to it, and I let it steep until it's ready to drink. Sometimes, I don't even take out the tea bags. Never bitter the longer you leave it in, the better.

Caramel Vanilla Cuppa Cake tea bags

5 Stars Caramel Vanilla Cuppa Cake tea bags

from TX on wrote:

Delightful flavor, great combination.

Interesting tea but not as good as Chocolate Cuppa tea's

3 Stars Interesting tea but not as good as Chocolate Cuppa tea's

from CT on wrote:

I wasn't sure what to expect with this tea, but I like caramel and figured I would try it. I'm dieting so I wanted to find a tea that would replace desert, if possible. While this isn't at all like a cookie or piece of cake, it does help when I want to eat something sugary. I used 2 tea bags when brewing because I noticed the flavor is subtle. I also add a teaspoon of sugar and milk. I would probably buy it again, but it doesn't compare to the Chocolate Cuppa Tea's.