Total points for presentation for this tea. Red and white sprinkles! Milk and white chocolate chips! So pretty! It brews up a pretty reddish-brown color. The taste, though, falls a little flat. I’ve been finding that I prefer a lot of the David’s Teas I’ve been trying without adding anything (which is unusual for me), so I tried it first without sweetener. It tasted like vaguely creamy black tea. So, I added some sweetener and that did wake up the flavors quite a bit! Then I added some frothed milk which was a nice addition. Now the taste has a white chocolate start with a milk chocolate finish. It’s actually quite good and if they had called this tea something like chocolate decadence, it would have been spot on. But when I think of red velvet cake, the essential part is the cream cheese icing. AMIRIGHT?? I was hoping for that element and ended up a bit disappointed because it wasn’t present. This tea is still a super tasty dessert tea, just a little simple. Plus I prefer dark chocolate. Thanks Virginia for setting some of this aside for me amid the red velvet frenzy!