Belgian Chocolate Rooibos

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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  • “This tea is interesting. At first I thought that it had that gross liquor smell that a lot of these rooibos blends have, but then I realized that it was almost a bit minty! This is a smooth cup...” Read full tasting note
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    QueenOfTarts 536 tasting notes
  • “It's alright, the first chocolate tea I've tried as long as I can remember. Well, I shouldn't say that... this has been sitting at teh back of my cupboard for over a year, relatively untouched. I...” Read full tasting note
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    DaisyChubb 504 tasting notes
  • “Culinary Teas had exceptionally speedy delivery service--thank you! This evening I decided to try their Belgian Chocolate Rooibos and I was enthralled. The aroma is deep, rich, and exudes...” Read full tasting note
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    Doulton 255 tasting notes

From Culinary Teas

Rooibos is also known as Red Bush or Red Tea. The ultimate chocolate and rooibos experience. Rich, creamy Belgian chocolate with smooth, satisfying rooibos. A great herbal tea iced or hot.

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This tea is interesting. At first I thought that it had that gross liquor smell that a lot of these rooibos blends have, but then I realized that it was almost a bit minty! This is a smooth cup with a very nice sweetness. I’m not very fond of mint which is what ruins it for me, but I think this would be a great cup for someone who likes chocolate/mint together. I’m not even sure if it contains mint, but that’s what my tongue is tasting in tonight’s steep. Many thanks to Brandy for a sample!

Paul M Tracy

A lot of rooibos have a minty flavor for me. I think it’s their high phenolic content including methyl salicylate which is a primary component of wintergreen.

Paul M Tracy

Sorry, I should have included a “chemistry geek alert” with that last comment.

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It’s alright, the first chocolate tea I’ve tried as long as I can remember.
Well, I shouldn’t say that… this has been sitting at teh back of my cupboard for over a year, relatively untouched. I did have one cup of it before…

Anyways – it is a touch minty and watery, and I’m not getting a lot of chocolate flavour. Guess I just wanted to try something different this morning and it’s ‘meh’.

Put in a touch of milk and sugar but it didn’t help the situation too much. I’ll pass on the second steep!

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Culinary Teas had exceptionally speedy delivery service—thank you!

This evening I decided to try their Belgian Chocolate Rooibos and I was enthralled. The aroma is deep, rich, and exudes chocolate decadance.

After steeping for 7 minutes, I had a perfect calorie-free,, chocolatey dessert. The tea is smooth and lucious. I was open to adding sugar but simply did not need it. I often like the creaminess of a little milk, but this Belgiam Chocolate Rooibos was creamy “au natural”.

I’m still going to be sampling teas, but right now if I were told that Culinary Teas’ Belgian Chocolate Rooibos was the only dessert tea I could ever have, I would go to bed happy.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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