Chocolate Almond Delight

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Almond, Chocolate
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 355 ml

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From Della Terra Teas

This wonderful tea has the rich taste of chocolate and the nutty flavor of almond. It is blended with real chocolate morsels and slivered almonds.

Suggested brewing tips:
- Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
- Water Temp: 212 degree or to a boil
- Steep Time: 5 minutes

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51 tasting notes

The dry leaf scent is so amazing to me because its of my favorite tea cookie, Stella Doro breakfast treats. They smell so comforting and happy to me and I can’t even explain why because I’m not sure where the happy feeling comes from.
Brewed and hot, the cookie scent sort of disappears so I’m hoping it comes back through when cooled.
I’ve been waiting a long time to try this tea since I bought my samples. I waited until I could find the cookies it reminded of, and since I found them today, its time to try the tea!

It’s tea time with my boyfriend and we’re sitting upstairs at his place by the open French doors overlooking the massive oak tree out back and Fern Forest park behind it. This has to be the best view in all of south florida I’m sure, no parking lots or other houses or streets, just trees. The weather is surprisingly nice and allows us to open the doors for some fresh air. Listening to Washed Out.. pretty chilled out.

I don’t taste any chocolate in this tea and my beloved cookie taste is ever so slightly present. It goes good with the cookie though… a Stella Doro to go with some Della Terra! Try saying that 10 times fast. I already confused myself when searching for this tea to log and typed Stella Terra by mistake haha
I wish the tea was just a bit more flavorful though… I added extra leaf to begin with but maybe I’ll add more next time.

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Tea #7 from Another TTB
Hmmmm…. This one was a little bit of a let down. All I got from this was a bitter dark chocolate note but it had an odd after taste. I didn’t get the almond at all:( I don’t know what went wrong. I will only be drinking about 3 or 4 other from this back so I can get it on its way, I would really love to enjoy all this box has to offer but with the holidays coming it’s just too hectic…:(

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Taking a break from reading The Walking Dead to post a review!

The dry leaf smells divine; chocolate and almond-y goodness. Steeped, it smells like amaretto – nice and sweet. I added quite a bit of agave (reg and hazelnut) to this pot but it isn’t coming through. I only steeped it for 3 minutes and it’s a little astringent. That’s what I like about Della Terra Teas though, lots of flavour with only a short steep.

I don’t like it as much as the other teas of theirs I’ve tried, but this would make an excellent morning brew when I’m tired and need a kick in the pants. Holding off on rating it until I fiddle with the steep time and additives.

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63 tasting notes

Wow…It’s been a long time since I’ve done a proper tasting note! I am still making my way through my last orders of Della Terra and Verdant Tea, as I wait for my newest order to arrive!

The dry leaf for this tea smells wonderful! It is very strong and the almond is definitely very present! I found that the tea kept its smell once it was steeped as well.

Mostly, this reminds me of a nice amaretto tea. It isn’t heavy on the chocolate, although I do get those notes as well. The flavour isn’t as strong as the smell, but in this case I definitely consider it a good thing. It has a nice balance of sweetness on its own, and tonight I added a tiny bit of vanilla agave (I am in love with the stuff) and it works great together.

I almost always find that chocolately dessert teas benefit from a splash of milk, and this one was no different. It’s perfect for when I want something hot-chocolately but not heavy. It isn’t my favourite dessert tea, but I would consider buying it again. I’ll definitely drink the rest!

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357 tasting notes

I haven’t had the chance to write many Steepster reviews these days, but I felt I needed to record this one… I’m really enjoying it. I bought it as part of a sampler set and I’m so glad I had the chance to try it. The almond comes through more strongly in the smell than chocolate, but in the sip I get a nice balance of chocolate and almond on the black tea base. I don’t know the exact temperature that I use, but I boil the water and let it sit to cool off for about 3-5 minutes before pouring it over the tea leaves. This makes a lovely Fall/Winter tea. I would definitely re-order this one.

Flavors: Almond, Chocolate

1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

You disappeared for one year. Welcome back Canadianadia, nice to see you around !


Thanks Ysurella – good to see you too! I’ve been keeping busy- all the while drinking my tea of course. I hope to be able to get onto Steepster at least a little more frequently. I miss the friendly chit-chat, and being introduced to new teas. Cheers!

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I have found in the past that I wasn’t a huge fan of DT’s black base, but I’m a sucker for almond and decided to give it a try since it was in the ATTB. It does taste like almonds and chocolate, but I’m missing the delight part of it. Like the other black teas, it just doesn’t do it for me. I’ll stick to DT’s rooibos and green based stuff!

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