Chocolate Cake Honeybush

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205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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From ESP Emporium

Don’t we all love a piece of chocolate cake now and again? What would the sweet teeth amongst us say to combine the relish of cake with a fantastic honeybush? This creation is an absolute must for all chocolate fans with its lively, sweet, chocolaty cake aroma and the beautiful decoration of rosebuds.

Ingredients: honeybush tea, chocolate chips, cream – caramel pieces, flavoring, rosebuds.

Serving Size: 1-2 level tsp./6oz serving

Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F

Brew Time: 8 to 10 Minutes

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6770 tasting notes

Apparently my random tea “grabs” are trying to tell me I have a sweet tooth today! Special Thanks to Amanda for this one, too!

This wasn’t overly aromatic or overly chocolaty but the overall flavor was pleasing to my palate. It’s sweet and and creamy and caramelly and has hints of chocolate in there somewhere as well as a little rose in the mix.

This is very comforting! Darn Tasty! I wouldn’t mind more chocolate BUT it’s a goodie regardless :)

Thanks again, Amanda!

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Wow, talk about weird. I went to look up ESP Emporium on Google and looked at the map on the right, wondering why things sounded familiar…they’re based right in the middle of where I used to live in Illinois as a kid.

Anyway, this is nice to look at as a tea and all but where’s the chocolate? Don’t call something chocolate cake if it doesn’t even taste like chocolate! I took matters into my own hands and added chocolate syrup. Now it actually tastes like chocolate but it kind of completely defeats the purpose of everything.

Otherwise, it just tastes like a caramel honeybush, which isn’t bad, but it’s not called caramel honeybush.

Thanks for sending me some of this, brandy3392!

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This is another not-so-chocolatey entry from the ESP Emporium chocolate sampler. The picture shows chocolate chips but I don’t think this bag has been within 10 miles of a cocoa bean.

The fragrance of the blend, both in the bag and prepared, is of caramel and rose. While not unpleasant, it’s not what I would expect from something called “chocolate cake.” The flavor is a strong caramel (there are actually mini caramel chews in the mix) and there is a lingering tart, floral aftertaste. Again, the flavor isn’t bad but I really wanted something with an obvious chocolate note.

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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