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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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From Dr. Tea's Tea Garden

We take our world famous coffee tea base and delicately blend it with chocolate chips and shaved crème. We then dust it with cocoa powder for a rich coffee treat of chocolaty goodness!

Coffee tea base: Dr. Tea has invented this coffee replacement. Oolong, roasted in a similar process to coffee, mixed with roasted tea leaves and twigs combined with fresh essence of vanilla and vanilla blossoms 4oz

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If you are a lover of semi-sweet chocolate- well more like a Lindt chocolate bar with 70% or maybe even 90% cocoa, then this is a tea for you. This vendor roasts his own oolongs like a coffee beans and then sprinkles the roasted oolong w/cocoa powder, to give this a bitter sweet chocolate flavor. Not sure if the chocolate flavor will remain present in multiple steepings but the first steep is wonderful.

cody

Oh, wow. That sounds good.

Cofftea

I can vouch that it’s AMAZING!

Pages2Read while sipping tea

Ohhh Noooo! I have another tea on my wishlist (lol)
I am sure I would like this tea (note to self order tea)

Cofftea

Pages2Read- might as well put ALL the teas in the series on your wishlist: caramel latTEA, chai latTEA, coffee oolong, and espresso oolong. =D

Pages2Read while sipping tea

I will do that ! Thanks I did not know there was a series. I will place the series on my wishlist (Oh come on paycheck!) lol

LauraR

This does sound intriguing!

Lori

This one was very different and good. Surprised this one is not more popular. Cofftea I heard about this thru u when I came across a post u wrote a while ago about coffee substitute

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This (and the caramel one) came today so I’m having it for dessert.

The aroma of the dry leaf unfortunately has little chocolate scent. It’s primarily the roastyness of the oolong and the creme.

I pretty much ignored the steeping suggestion as always- or at least the generic ones on the tin. Luckily there was a card giving more a more appropriate suggestion. Up to 10 min? Wow. I’ll start w/ 5.

1 heaping tsp (about 3g)/6oz water.

Wow… the liquor is so light compared to the regular coffee oolong- almost like a dark cider. And unfortunately the flavor matches. It has neither a coffee or strong mocha flavor… just a roasty, but smooth, oolong. I’ll wait til I try a 10 min steep to rate it.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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