Chocolate Covered Marshmallow

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Chocolate, Creamy, Vanilla, Caramel, Cream
Sold in
Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Courtney
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

1 Want it Want it

0 Own it Own it

6 Tasting Notes View all

  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 22 I cheated slightly with this. I had grabbed another tea and then I saw the marshmallow and chocolate chip in the dry leaf of this and was like I want those...” Read full tasting note
    71
  • “Advent Day 11, From the Depths of the Grab Bag. “Smells kinda like, uh butter rum, butterscotch, caramel. Not too bad, I can taste the black tea underneath but the smell is like caramel macchiato...” Read full tasting note
  • “Day 11 Advent This one was a decent and enjoyable cup. Chocolate teas are always hard for me ‘cause they rarely actually taste like chocolate. I’d say this was a bit of a creamy vanilla with...” Read full tasting note
    78
  • “It’s my turn to try this tea. CuppaGeek ADVENT CALENDAR, December 9 Another tea with marshmallows. And it smells like chocolate cappuccino. Brewed… well it’s pretty much expected — creamy milk...” Read full tasting note
    70

From Cuppa Geek

Black Tea, Natural Caramel Flavor, Natural Chocolate Flavor, Natural Vanilla Flavoring, Cocoa Nibs, Mini Marshmallows

Steeping Guide: Brew entire contents in 6-8 oz of hot water (212F);
Steep between 3-4 minutes,
Sip, Repeat and Enjoy

About Cuppa Geek View company

Company description not available.

6 Tasting Notes

71
5637 tasting notes

CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 22

I cheated slightly with this. I had grabbed another tea and then I saw the marshmallow and chocolate chip in the dry leaf of this and was like I want those flavors. I switched the one I had originally pulled (but not yet scratched) with this one. I excitedly scratched away the label and was happy to see Chocolate Covered Marshmallow scrawled across the label.

This is a nice tea. Very chocolate-y, though more semi-sweet than milk. It’s also fluffy from the marshmallows but I did expect more marshmallow flavor. It’s not quite as creamy or chocolate-y as I anticipated. It’s also not as sweet.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

897 tasting notes

Advent Day 11, From the Depths of the Grab Bag.

“Smells kinda like, uh butter rum, butterscotch, caramel. Not too bad, I can taste the black tea underneath but the smell is like caramel macchiato or something. Smells really sweet but it’s not at all. It’s not something I would pick but it’s okay. Yeah, I might have it again but I’d say it’s a 7. It’s not a chocolate covered marshmallow. shakes head Not a chocolate covered… burps Caramel macchiato — that’s the new name of it. Maybe the marshmallow makes it taste.. or makes it smell so sweet like that. Right little pixie? Right little monkey? as she gives the cat a love shake "

Mastress Alita

I can’t even count how many nicknames I have for my cat… I wonder if I even call her by her proper name anymore.

Cameron B.

Don’t we all? Boo-boo, bébé, honeybun, little chunk, puggalump, the list goes on… XD

gmathis

El Puma. Puddin’.

tea-sipper

I thought for a second Kiki was talking to derk, rather than a cat. hah

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

78
12032 tasting notes

Day 11 Advent
This one was a decent and enjoyable cup. Chocolate teas are always hard for me ‘cause they rarely actually taste like chocolate. I’d say this was a bit of a creamy vanilla with chocolate tea. Not half bad, though not quite it’s namesake. Still though, i liked it.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

70
1012 tasting notes

It’s my turn to try this tea.

CuppaGeek ADVENT CALENDAR, December 9

Another tea with marshmallows. And it smells like chocolate cappuccino.
Brewed… well it’s pretty much expected — creamy milk chocolate with sweet aftertaste. Not bad in matter what it should be, a chocolate covered marshmallow, but not a fan ofthis somehow. Maybe it’s too milky and waxy to me, instead of my favourite dark and bitter chocolates? Maybe it’s sweet for me. IDK.

Adding some dairy would be again interesting with this blend.Too bad I almost never do any tea lattes. I think it’s because I am afraid of ruining it; hihi.

Flavors: Chocolate, Creamy, Vanilla

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Courtney

Chocolate cappuccino sounds good! I’m with you on the lattes — I only do earl grey that way hah.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

75
149 tasting notes

Thanks to steepster I can now scratch off to see what advent tea I am drinking instead of peeling the sticker off(and trying to decipher what is left underneath).
The first cup was yummy, chocolate and creamy, with a hint of mint at the end? Not sure about the caramel flavoring in the first steep, but it replaces the marshmallow in the second steep and I’m getting weaker chocolate with the caramel. Overall an enjoyable cup, but I liked the chocolate covered snowballs better. Maybe I just don’t think marshmallows belong in tea, they belong in hot chocolate. Glad I got a taste of this though, I am enjoying this advent.

Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Cream

Martin Bednář

They are scratchable? How?

Michelle

It takes a bit if effort, and you might use a coin or knife, but she put scratchable stickers over the tea names. I put the tea in my infuser then I scratched to see the name. Makes a bit of a mess, but it’s better than trying to peel the sticker.

Martin Bednář

Hm. I tried but nothing. I will try again then. Maybe something sharper than my nails.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

2511 tasting notes

Cuppa Geek Advent Day 3

I made my husband smell the packet for this one and it wasn’t cruel like last time when I had already drunk all the delicious tea. This time we were sharing. He said it smelled like candy, and then he said maybe it was maple syrup or maple candy. I think it was the caramel that made him think of maple syrup because once that suggestion was put in my head, I smelled it, too.

My packet said to make it at 185F so I did, but now I see that the website says 212F, which makes more sense for black tea but I can tell you that 185F worked cuz it was DA BOMB. The tiny marshmallows melted away in the steeping basket and I combined the steeps for the sake of strength, although we both had a small amount of unadulterated first steep.

My husband doesn’t like to describe tea because he says he isn’t good at it, so he usually makes jokes like, “it is hot and has tea-like qualities.” With this one, he kept saying, “It’s soooo smooth. It goes down so easily.”

What surprised me is that he usually hates chocolate in tea because he says chocolate flavoring smells like mildew to him and is a scent that really lingers. He really hates the smell of Harney’s Florence and Chocolate Mint. But the chocolate in this did not bother him at all.

This is one I would deffo re-order and I would LOVE to try it as a latte as well. It isn’t on the site right now, but maybe soon…

derk

Is https://cuppageekteas.com/shop loading for others? I haven’t been able to access it for several days.

Dustin

That link worked for me. Clear your cache? Try a different browser? Blood sacrifice to the internet gremlins?

Martin Bednář

Loading is bit longer than I would expect, but it works for me derk :)

ashmanra

It is working for me! I tried to order this but it isn’t in the shop right now.

White Antlers

derk Do you have third party cookie blocking installed? If so, that might be your issue with this site.

derk

Whatever was wrong righted itself without my intervention.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.