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So I was basically out of tea this morning and was rummaging through the cupboard and found a sample tin of this tea. Hmmmm, chocolate is good, tea is good… does this mean chocolate + tea = great?

In short, no. It is more like chocolate + tea = ordinary. The tin smells great! But, when does chocolate not smell good? Steeping yields a cup of decent black tea with a watery chocolate taste.

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Cofftea

I completely agree this is ordinary, but chocolate + tea can definitely = great if you find the right one.

Andrew Jesaitis

Then I won’t give of hope!

Cofftea

If you like chai (and really spicy ones at that), I suggest 52teas Mayan Chocolate Chai, Numi’s Organic Chocolate Pu Erh also has a strong, complex flavor. I’ve also heard amazing things about Florence by Harney & Sons.

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Cofftea

I completely agree this is ordinary, but chocolate + tea can definitely = great if you find the right one.

Andrew Jesaitis

Then I won’t give of hope!

Cofftea

If you like chai (and really spicy ones at that), I suggest 52teas Mayan Chocolate Chai, Numi’s Organic Chocolate Pu Erh also has a strong, complex flavor. I’ve also heard amazing things about Florence by Harney & Sons.

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