The aroma of the unsteeped leaves is very orange. There is a hint of chocolate along with the nut blend (macadamia and almond fragrances), but it is the citrus note that leaves the lasting fragrance.
The aroma is the same for the brewed tea. I tried this hot with no sugar or milk first. It was good, but perhaps a little too overpowering with the citrus. Adding sugar to the hot brew allows for the chocolate and nut undertones to shine through. This makes it taste a little like coffee, but it is not well blended and the flavors come in waves. Finally, adding milk (and sugar) to the hot brew makes for a well blended coffee flavored tea with all components working synergistically. This was pleasant because tiramisu should taste like coffee.
Overall decent, but you would have to like tiramisu in order for it to be really worth it to try.