I love this guy for blending. One of my favorite uses: a spoonful of chocolate and a spoonful of hazelnut and BAM: instant Nutella tea. :)
“I backlogging this tea from yesterday. I only had a tiny bit left, so I made my last cup and smiled as another tea was finished from my stash making room for yummier and newer tea! The leaves...” Read full tasting note
“This is a sipdown (73), but only because *music27note* wound up with most of it. I don't particularly care for this. It ranges from mildly artificial to really artificial depending on how I'm...” Read full tasting note
“but with a twist! I'm f-f-f-f-f-freezing! So I wanted a tea with a warming sort of flavour. You know chocolate with chili in it, right? So I had this chocolate tea and I had this here chili...” Read full tasting note
“Backlog: I haven't had much time to go on steepster, but I have been drinking this tea in the mornings before going to work. ” Read full tasting note
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The smell of the chocolate in this tea is wonderful, but the flavor of it is almost undetectable. The only real taste of it you get is a slightly bitter cocoa aftertaste. Even with a fair amount of honey added, it doesn’t really taste chocolatey. Still a solid black tea, but not really what I was expecting. All the same, I’m willing to try again.
EDIT: Hmm… I have to revise my original opinion. Once it cooled a little, the flavors mellowed a little, and it’s actually quite enjoyable. It’s still not a strong chocolate flavor, but definitely more pronounced than when it was freshly made. And after all, if you want a strong chocolate flavor, you’d just go make hot chocolate.