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Tea flavored chocolates

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Jillian said

I know Adagio has their Tea Chocolates, but I’ve never had the chance to try them – they’re apparently a rare comodity. ⌐_⌐

http://www.adagio.com/pantry/tea_chocolates.html?SID=b252f14f8cc60033a61f2770617f5f98

Cofftea said

I just saw this… There is a good chance you (or any) of us will never try them. They’ve been pulling excuse after excuse since before Aug as to why they aren’t out yet. Although they’ve posted more than one tweet since then about staff hoarding them and eating them all.

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Doulton said

Teavana’s chocolates are really quite good. I got some and broke them out for a dinner party and everyone loved them. They are very pretty. But they cost far too much for everyday munching.

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Janefan said

These look good too! They even have some white chocolate/tea blends
http://www.smilechocolatiers.com/choclatea.php

I have tried the wild raspberry tea dark chocolate bar… and it’s amazing. I think I should place an order with them… some of those chocolates are calling my name!

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There is a company called Torn Ranch that does tea infused chocolates:
http://www.tornranch.com/store-page.cfm?pagenum=2&isScroll=1&cateid=82&catalogid=7&p=catalog&sorttype=

I bought the chai and jasmine from the Old Wilmington Tea Co. The jasmine is very good but the chai is merely ok.

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Cofftea said

Rishi just posted this- they use their teas
http://theonista.typepad.com/theonistas_unite/

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Meiji also has another line of chocolates called meltykiss. Chocolate on the outside with different flavored cremes on the inside. One of their flavors is matcha :)

http://candyaddict.com/blog/2006/01/03/review-meltykiss/

It’s quite interesting eating them since I think the point is not to chew since once you put the chocolate in your mouth the chocolate melts in less than a minute. And since they melt so easily, they’re generally only available starting fall and into winter. Anything available after is usually leftovers. Costs about USD $2.5-$3 here….

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