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White Chocolate Tiramisu

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Black Green Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Rachel Sincere
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Sample of this from Rachel Sincere, yay! TY! Very interesting tea - it's kinda light/ slightly water, with a coconut, little creamy and little roasty almond taste. The black tea in this (or the...” Read full tasting note
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    awkwardsoul 934 tasting notes
  • “I guess I'm not much of a dessert tea person after all. I really don't know why this is called White Chocolate Tiramisu, either. It contains coconut, almonds, and cocoa, and is a mix of black and...” Read full tasting note
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From Fava Tea Co.

This tea was the base to Cadbury Commotion, our special Easter blend! It was so popular we decided to bring it back and keep it a part of the line. Green and black teas blended with almonds, coconut and cocoa pieces. If you like the darker, creamy, savory teas this is one for you! A popular dessert tea.

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Sample of this from Rachel Sincere, yay! TY!

Very interesting tea – it’s kinda light/ slightly water, with a coconut, little creamy and little roasty almond taste. The black tea in this (or the green for all I know) is going astringent.
Appearance wise, it’s got a film on it, I’m guessing from the white chocolate. I kinda think this could be better just as a black tea, not as a mix or with more chocolate! Always more chocolate!

Hmmm, not bad but I probably need to mess with the steeping times and maybe drop the temp down to dump the astringency.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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I guess I’m not much of a dessert tea person after all. I really don’t know why this is called White Chocolate Tiramisu, either. It contains coconut, almonds, and cocoa, and is a mix of black and green teas. The tea flavor itself is a little thin. I can taste the coconut, but not much else, although it isn’t substantial enough for this to count as a coconut tea. I really don’t get much almond or chocolate. I thought it was just OK and drank all of my cup, but I’ll probably sample it out to people I swap with, since I have less than an ounce left. :-)

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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