Chocolate Covered Strawberry

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Black Tea
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Flavors
Berries, Chocolate
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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Love chocolate covered strawberries from your favorite local candy shop? Then this tea is for you! It has the delicious taste of strawberries with real strawberry bits and mini chocolate morsels.

Ingredients: Black tea, chocolate bits, strawberry bits, chocolate flavoring

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1938 tasting notes

Sipdown!! (198)

Thank you Josie Jade for the opportunity to try this tea. It sounds amazing. Unfortunately, I think I went wrong because there is an astringency in this cup that is really ruining the chocolate and strawberry elements that I know are there. It is almost creating a metallic type taste that is really detracting from my experience.

Flavors: Berries, Chocolate

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Tasty! How come Della Terra can do chocolate tea so well? I’ve enjoyed all the ones in the chocolate sampler pack. I probably wouldn’t buy a lot of any of them but I might do another sampler!

Even after letting it sit until it cooled, it still feels like I’m getting plump strawberries with every sip.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec
Fjellrev

Yum! I passed on this one due to the mixed reviews but I’m glad to hear that they do chocolate well.

Sil

lol see i would disagree. I pretty much dislike nearly all of their blends that involve chocolate.

Kittenna

And I’m kind of in the middle! I like some of their chocolatey blends, but not others, and sometimes it varies by the day. :D

Cavocorax

That’s funny. I was sure someone would say they don’t like Della Terra’s chocolate teas too. I have had bad luck making chocolate teas from other companies taste good – I expected to not enjoy these either. I wonder what’s

Cavocorax

different.

Sil

:) good thing there are sampler packs!

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251 tasting notes

I’m out of the classroom today and headed to a workshop, but I woke up at my normal time and just couldn’t sleep in later no matter how nice that sounded! With my extra time this morning I decided to give this a try. It’s certainly different… I get the chocolate and strawberries, but it’s a bit lighter than I would have liked.

Last night I wasted something like 20 minutes going through my last Della Terra order and marking the steeping directions on the open space of the labels. I really wish they would include that, because I always find it annoying when I have to go and do it.

I didn’t feel awake enough (no tea yet, after all!) to figure out the 1tsp/6oz, so I just used one tablespoon of tea in a 16oz mug. The thing is, I kind of wish I had used more. A dash of milk did give it a little more body, but it’s still a pretty light tea.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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2276 tasting notes

Sipdown! 814.

A perfectly good strawberry/chocolate black, although IMO it could use more strawberry. Decent base though (no astringency), and it doesn’t taste overly fakey. I’d drink it again, but it’s not unique enough to keep stocked.

Strange… I don’t have this logged previously. I think I had it in a travel mug, so must have just forgotten. Whoops!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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223 tasting notes

So this is the first ever tea from my first ever tea swap! International and everything. Thanks Azzrian for this one ( and the others, they look delightful). This is my first array into American tea companies (the only teas I had while there visiting about 5 years ago are not worth mentioning).

The smell of this dry is so good! To me, it smells like chocolate covered strawberries you get from the Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm in my state’s north. They do both freeze dried and fresh covered strawberries. The smell in my house right now is of the fresh covered berries, all warm and melty. I can’t do that smell justice in words, maybe you have a place nearby that does something like that and know it? My other half just bounded (literally!) over from his cup to sniff at mine. I can tell I’m going to have to hide this from him, based on smell alone!

First sip – it’s still pretty hot, but the smell is getting to me, must try! Oh my! How tasty! I got a huge hit of chocolate in my mouth, with a hint of the strawberry at the end. More sips – definitely very chocolatey, with just a hint of strawberry. The black tea base is very soft, not at all bitter, and compliments the flavours well.

An FYI – when trying a new tea, I always have my first cup without additions, unless there is unanimous suggestions to do so on here. For this tea, I’d very happily drink it straight, but if you have a sweet tooth, adding some sweetener would go well, and would probably bring out the strawberry. Milk would also be nice, but I’ll probably have it black.

I’ve just had a few nibbles of a muesli slice for breakfast (I know, it’s a dessert tea, but I’m rebelling) which is sweet, and I can taste the strawberry more. Yes, this one will have a bit of sweetness in the next cup I think. The strawberry is lovely! With the sweetness in my mouth, the chocolate and strawberry are very well balanced and work very well together. The black base is just sitting there, underneath, providing a nice home for the strawberry and chocolate. Not competing, supplementing.

Yes, I really like this! The only other berry/chocolate tea I’ve had is DavidsTea’s love tea #7, which is nice, but this is better.

Just delightful! Thankyou Azzrian!

(I steeped it for about 4mins, iPad functionality does allow for precise time selection. Was boiling point water).

Preparation
Boiling
TassieTeaGirl

Ok, can’t have this when the boy is around. He came over as I fished my cup and gave me a kiss, but almost sucked my tongue out of my head because it tasted so good. Tea thievery!

Kittenna

Ahahahahaha!!

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38 tasting notes

That one was good taste mostly chocolate a subtle strawberry taste appear as the tea get colder as i began to taste more black tea i start a tradition for myself to add a little honey just enough to cut the possible bitterness without adding a sweet taste that exacly what i did with that one with just one little mistake from my part it’s was a new honey jar ( the bear plastic one that you have to make a hole it it the first time ) i kinda forgot that … so the top and 1/3 of the jar ended up in my tea .

Whatever drink it says my brain to me it’s just gonna be really really sweet but you like honey so that don’t matter (stupid brain ) preparing myself psychologically for a extreme sweet sip what a big surprise when no honey taste at all ! just the normal tea taste where is all the honey ? but all in the bottom of the mug naturally as i have discovered when i drank the last sip :S and nearly die strangle by 1/3 cup of honey don’t know why it didn’t dissolve but NEVER again i will use honey directly from the jar like that .

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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135 tasting notes

I got this in my first Della Terra order, and to be honest I have no idea why I grabbed it. Chocolate and strawberry is not my favourite flavour combo for some reason. Of course I’d never turn down an actual fresh chocolate covered strawberry (who would?!) but in candies, chocolates, and the like? No. Just no. I guess I mostly got it for the girlfriend, cause one of the only teas she likes is a chocolate strawberry blend.

When I made her a cup of it, she thought it tasted exactly the same as her other chocolate strawberry tea. I took a sip and yep, they’re pretty darn similar. So she really liked it, even though it wasn’t particularly exciting.

I ended up eventually taking the rest of our pouch to work with me to finish up. Sipdown was yesterday, and I’ve got to say, it was definitely pleasant to sip on at work. Not a reorder for me, but that’s purely personal taste. I will say that it’s very smooth, not at all bitter, and the flavours are nicely balanced. Glad I tried it, but also glad that I’ve finished it up :)

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hmm, I gave this tea a 70 before, but for this morning I steeped it for 3 minutes instead of 2.5 minutes and used a bit more leaf. The flavor is much stronger candied strawberry up front, with melty chocolate taste after and bold black tea. The tea isn’t bitter.
Way better cup that my first cup!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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90 tasting notes

Got this in my sampler pack, and I wasn’t expecting much but I was pleasantly surprised. The mild tartness of the strawberry comes through first, followed by a warm chocolate note.

I’ve gotten so used to seeing and smelling the chocolate in a tea only to have it mysteriously disappear when it comes to tasting it. But I could actually taste the chocolate in this one! Yay! I enjoyed it, but I can only see myself craving that tart strawberry flavor once in a while.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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156 tasting notes

Last cup of this baby, so it’s out of my cupboard now. I won’t reorder it yet but if I get a craving for it I’ll do it.

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