I really like this chai. It isn’t too spicy for me, and has a light cocoa taste.
Flavors: Cardamon, Chocolate, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger
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“sipdown thanks for sharing this with me terri! the last little bit of your tea. Sadly i don’t get much in the way of chocolate from this but it’s not a bad little chai.” Read full tasting note
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Not too bad. Definitely a nice rich chocolate flavor. However, the sweetness is balanced quite nicely with the chai spices. I sweetened it with a few teaspoons of rock sugar, which brought out the chocolate sweetness more.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cloves, Ginger, Sweet, Whiskey
Aaand it’s gone! I really liked this chai. Usually all chai’s taste the same to me but I love the chocolate in this one :3 This one is strong in the cinnamon and clove but the milk chocolate flavor mellows the spice and kind of rounds it.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Sugar
As far as the chai, nice medium spices. I’ve been having too many overly spiced chaos lately. The chocolate, not bad. I taste it… enjoy it, am glad to have it. I really like chocolate teas lately. Not that it really needed it but I added a couple drops of chocolate stevia. Yum, yum!
I was surprised to see that 2 tsp. were recommended for 8 oz. Really quite a nice cup. I’m glad that the Teeny Tiny TTB had a large sample. Definitely a tea I will be keeping from the box!
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Ginger
Sipped down two teas today and got two more so numbers just stayed the same. Ahh well. I’ll get through all my sipdowns eventually! I actually decided to rearrange my teas since I just moved in and.. dude. I have so much tea. I haven’t had a lot of them and I feel terrible! Oh well. I have a couple tea boxes coming in so I’ll take small samples of a bunch of teas, and I’ll replace it with tea I have a lot of, so I can get the amount down to sipdown status or something :)
I actually have no idea if I’ve had this tea before? Like it was in my sipdown pile, but I have no idea if I just sent this tea out to a lot of people.
Nice aroma. Chocolatey and I smell that good spice :)
Ehh. It’s just okay. The black base is a bit week, or the chocolate probably toned it down a bit. It does have a nice chocolate taste, and a bit of the spice. Tastes like the cinnamon sweet potato mash that my uncles sister made for Thanksgiving last year. Reminds me a bit of that chocolate orange spice from Teavana that I tried from the Teeny Tiny Tea Box! Good, but not great.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Spices, Sweet, Sweet Potatoes
So, I’m not getting too much chocolate from this… mostly just the spices from the chai. But either way, it’s quite good, but I don’t think I’d get this one again. It’s a nice mild chai, but I think I prefer the boldness of something stronger.
EDIT: My second steeping was really good too!! I’m quite happy with it. Maybe I would get this one again… haha
This was one of the first teas I ever tried and two years later, here I am finally finishing my sample. My opinion is the same as it was back then. As a chai, it’s delicious and I really enjoy it. As something chocolate, it’s a massive disappointment. It tastes good, especially considering I’m drinking it like a regular tea and not like your typical chai with milk, but when something says chocolate I want chocolate. It’s hard to rate as a result; it’s good, but I’d like it so much better if the label didn’t say chocolate.
drank this for breakfast and then packed a few scoops of it into a gift box for my mom’s birthday. oddree is currently on vacation in europe and she wasn’t gone for even 15 hrs before she texted me a photo of some tea and cake. #doingitright!
jump62359 gave me this sample a while a go. like a loooong while ago. in fact i have a lot of samples to still try and a lot of teas to backlog all from a cluster of swaps that happened maybe over 7 months ago. I really HAVE been DRINKING TEA this whole TIME! just not logging it very much. temporarily not logging it.
anyways. i had a cup and watched an episode of The Ultimate Spider Man cartoon. in it Coulson was being adorable and griping about the school budget and then i went to work and channeled Coulson as i reconciled budgets. this is harmonious living. :)
This is a good chai. The spices are distinct. However, I am puzzled because of the word “chocolate” displayed prominently in the name, and which, in the first place, prompted me to try it. There isn’t detectible chocolate here, and I brewed it a couple of times. Apparently, chocolate is not an easy flavor to convey in tea. Don’t get me wrong; I like this black tea. But the company should remove “chocolate” from the name. It could be misleading because the focus is not on the chocolate.
EDIT: I had only had this tea hot. To be fair, I’d like to edit my tasting note. When fully cold, I could feel a subtle, almost woody chocolate flavor. Interestingly, when it’s completely cold, the spices were not as prominent as in the hot tea.