86

I used 1 tablespoon of dry leaf for 375 ml of water.

The dry leaf smells like a very authentic rich and chocolatey chocolate cake batter. The authentic chocolate cake batter quality transfers to the brewed tea scent as well.

The chocolatey richness is present near the end of the sip in the background. The main flavour is a bit thin. The black tea taste is strong but there is no bitterness. The astringency of the black tea carries into the chocolate flavour and complements it, making it taste more like a dark chocolate.

Rating: 85

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec
Indigobloom

sounds amazing!!

Sil

hmmm….. HMMMMM…. must. not. buy.more.tea

Indigobloom

I know, soooooo tempting. Given how I feel about the black base I don’t feel too bad about it though

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Indigobloom

sounds amazing!!

Sil

hmmm….. HMMMMM…. must. not. buy.more.tea

Indigobloom

I know, soooooo tempting. Given how I feel about the black base I don’t feel too bad about it though

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