China Seduction

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Herbal Pu-erh Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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  • “I've had this one for quite a while and decided to cold brew it. Cold brewed, it tasted quite similar to a Davids Tea I have, I believe it was Love Tea #7? I got both the rose and chocolate...” Read full tasting note
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    Molybdenum 252 tasting notes
  • “I received a sample of this and I must say the aroma is marvy! This is perfection in the form of CHOCOLATE and rose and black tea prior to infusion. Post infusion it does lose a lot of the scent...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “Oh yum! This is fantastic! I didn't realize this was Pu-erh until after I tasted it! This is even better than Numi's Chocolate Pu-erh, in my opinion. The chocolate and pu-erh meld together to...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4323 tasting notes
  • “I've never been a big fan of pu'erh, but it works amazingly well with the chocolate/rose flavor combination. Both the tea and the chocolate are dark and thick, but the rose flavor lightens...” Read full tasting note
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    Veronica 649 tasting notes

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Who knows who made the 1st move… maybe Chocolate maybe Rose. Regardless they have made a friendship into a sultry combination! Rose’s petals dance within the mix of Pu-erh tea and chocolate chips, dusted with cocoa powder and we all know what dusted chocolate can do to a person!

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9 Tasting Notes

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252 tasting notes

I’ve had this one for quite a while and decided to cold brew it. Cold brewed, it tasted quite similar to a Davids Tea I have, I believe it was Love Tea #7? I got both the rose and chocolate flavors, though nothing that made me think of pu-erh. When I cold brewed another pu-erh, it actually made the pu-erh flavors come out MORE. Overall, I think I actually like this one better cold, but I’m not sure if I prefer this or the DT one.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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I received a sample of this and I must say the aroma is marvy! This is perfection in the form of CHOCOLATE and rose and black tea prior to infusion. Post infusion it does lose a lot of the scent but it’s till identifiably chocolate and floral and a black tea – almost – but not quite pu-erh smelling. The Chocolate melts into the hot liquid making it semi-murky but it’s hard to tell there is that texture because it infuses so-so-so dark. The taste is great…black tea and chocolate with a hint of rose. Exactly what I was hoping for. This is VERY nicely done! I would certainly drink it again! And maybe even purchase larger quantities to have on hand!

Jenn-cha

Sounds like their China Seduction tea which does actually use pu’erh http://steepster.com/teas/design-a-tea/10892-china-seduction

TeaEqualsBliss

Interesting…thanks Jenn-cha!

TeaEqualsBliss

Come to find out…this IS China Seduction…I was reading the label wrong…Oops!

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4323 tasting notes

Oh yum! This is fantastic! I didn’t realize this was Pu-erh until after I tasted it!

This is even better than Numi’s Chocolate Pu-erh, in my opinion. The chocolate and pu-erh meld together to create a lovely, savory tasting chocolate. I love the rose notes.

This is absolutely awesome!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

A chocolate rose pu erh? Ohmygoodness!

Jaime

Oh, my!!!

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I’ve never been a big fan of pu’erh, but it works amazingly well with the chocolate/rose flavor combination. Both the tea and the chocolate are dark and thick, but the rose flavor lightens everything and adds a wonderful high note to the tea. I can see myself ordering this the next time I place an order with Design a Tea. Really, really nice.

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When my package from Design a Tea arrived last week I could smell this before I even opened the package. Not the bag with the tea, the PACKAGE that all of the teas came IN. Ever since I have been smelling it whenever I open my tea cabinet. Today was the day, I vowed

So, after steeping this tea is a very dark, murky amber. The murkiness being from sediment due to the chocolate chips. I tried without sugar first and was saddened to find that the liquor did not taste nearly as chocolaty as the dry leaf had smelled. With sugar there was definitely an improvement on the level of chocolate on my tastebuds. So I tried adding milk. The chocolate level was the same but there was a smoother finish and the liquor felt almost silky.

I think next time I drink this I will try doubling the leaf amount. Definitely better than the Chocolate Raspberry blend though.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

You could smell the packaging??? Ewww

Jenn-cha

No, silly. Smell the tea through the packaging XD

Cofftea

Oh, ok. I thought “Not the bag with the tea, the PACKAGE that all of the teas came IN.” was what was being smelled.

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i forgot this was a pu’erh! black tea just came to mind when there was mention of rose and chocolate, but i really like it.
the chocolate scent comes through strong, but not so much in the taste. i really get a nice floral from the rose that pairs well with the earthy pu’erh. very nice tea!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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