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Drank this again this morning as a latte. I’m glad I remembered this one and dug it out.
It’s such a nice morning drink. Black, so a bit of caffeine, but not so much it makes me jittery. The sugar needed for this flavor is less than most. 2 teaspoons for my big 16 ounce mug is sweet. 1.5 teaspoons is just sweet enough. 1 teaspoon isn’t terribly sweet, but is pleasant and not bitter.

Halve those values for 8 ounce mug. That said, I like mine with the frothed milk.
I use the cheap at-home method of:
1. Pour milk in a jar with a lid.
2. Close tightly. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Milk will have doubled in volume.
3. Remove lid. Place in Microwave. Microwave for 34 seconds.
4. Pour milk into prepared cup of tea, use spoon to hold back the foam.
5. Spoon foam on top.

Super simple. Super cheap (no frother must be bought) and super delish!

I didn’t use a hazelnut creamer this morning so it was less Hazelnutty, and more coffee-y. I recalled that this has a slight chocolate taste but just very slight.

Flavors: Cocoa, Coffee, Hazelnut, Heavy, Smooth, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
carol who

I like the way you froth your milk. I had never heard of that!

Arshness

I learned it on the interwebs :D It’s easy tho. I found a big “water bottle” with a screw-on lid that my sister had in the cabinet never being used and made it my “Milk frother”. It works fine for the price of FREE :D

Cheri

Free is always a good price.

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carol who

I like the way you froth your milk. I had never heard of that!

Arshness

I learned it on the interwebs :D It’s easy tho. I found a big “water bottle” with a screw-on lid that my sister had in the cabinet never being used and made it my “Milk frother”. It works fine for the price of FREE :D

Cheri

Free is always a good price.

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Loves tea, reading, music, art, video games, roleplaying, and spending time with her wife and daughter. :)

Ask me for a $5 gift cert to Adagio if you’ve never ordered from them!

As for tea, loves flavored black teas, herbals, and good lattes most. Green is hit or miss with me and I haven’t found a white I like yet. I like my tea sweet, no matter how much some tea connoisseurs turn their noses up at me for it. I love trying new teas and I’ll try anything once!

I noticed this elsewhere on the site so I’m going to post a ratings legend as well:

95-100 Favorite; This is one of my favorite teas. I will want to keep this in stock all the time. I will drink a lot of this tea. I’m likely to send samples of this in swaps because I LOVE it and want to SHARE my love of it with you!

90-94 Excellent; Some of the best teas I’ve tried. Delish. I will probably buy more.

80-89 Very Good; I liked it and would like to have it again for sure. I will surely buy it again at some point. Not quite “The best” of any category, but some good stuff to be sure.

70-79 Pretty Good; Maybe it’s just not quite my type of tea or not quite my flavor, but I acknowledge that it’s a good tea. I might drink it again if the mood strikes me. Not very likely to buy it again. May still recommend it to others based on their tastes.

50-69 Okay; I probably won’t buy it again, but will probably finish drinking what I have. It’s not bad. Not good… but not bad. I probably won’t recommend it.

50 or less Meh; I didn’t really enjoy this tea. I won’t buy it again and can’t recommend it.

10-0 I must have really, really hated this tea. It may have killed my puppy or absconded with my cheesecake. I’m pretty sure it killed Professor Xavier.

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