58 Tasting Notes
This tasted like mint chocolate when steeped with milk. Great for those who love mint chocolate. I hate mint. Why did I buy this? I try to stay open minded with teas, try a little if I don’t like it, there’s no harm. I may end up with an amazing find. For example, coco chai rooibos. Thought it was going to be a chocolate chai, yeaaaaa ended up being a coconut chai with peppercorns and cinnamon. Hate cinnamon, well LOVE THAT TEA. This tea was great. Not for me, but I enjoyed my 2 cups I had.
The fact that my 15 g bag gave me about a cup cheesed me. I knew it was going to be heavy, but damnnnnnnnnnnn.
So, onto flavour, I taste predominately almonds with a slightly spicy tone to it. Nothing amazing, but very enjoyable. But not enjoyable enough to have something this expensive. At this rate I might as well get a Starbucks drink. It’ll be a good cup but not a repurchase.
I did not think this tea was going to be so mellow and rich tasting. I was expecting a more in your face chai, but the surprise is nice. I love this tea for what it is and it tastes like a mellower hot chocolate to me. I love love love love it. Praises for DavidsTea bringing this back as a permanent item.
Very disappointing and upsetting cup because this is the tea I was the most excited for in the winter collection this year. I hate it. My first sip was licorice, with undertones in licorice and more licorice. It’s smooth which most likely comes from the chocolate, but there is no real taste of chocolate. No real taste of oolong. Just sadness as I take another sip and hope it doesn’t taste the same as the last :( (Okay, so I got a little emotional there, but still I wanted to love this tea so bad!)