These guys get major points for using real mint leaves and cocoa nibs instead of taking the easy way out and just using the mysterious (and probably artificial) ‘flavouring’. It smells amazing, both the dry tea and while it was steeping, and it makes a delicious, flavourful cup.
I brewed up a pot of this for my boyfriend and I – he seems to take to rooibos more so than actual tea. Oh well, at least it’s a start.
I felt like something sweet so I added a dab of honey to mine, which brought out the chocolate flavour a little bit and pushed the mint to the back steat.
Okay, last cup of tea for the night, I promise. ;)
This is another favorite I haven’t had in awhile, this and my Rainbow Rooibos seem to be the only rooibos-based teas that I enjoy. With this one at least it’s a case of there being a good amount of the other ingredients to balance out the taste of the rooibos. And as a bonus it leaves my mouth minty-fresh. :D
Last cup of tea of the night (morning?) I promise. ;)
Not that many kids tonight so that means MOAR HALLOWEEN CANDY FOR ME, MWHAHAHA! XD
I’m drinking this to combat the sugar overdose, although it might be fighting a losing battle. Oh well, at least I can say that this is one chocolate that won’t go straight to my hips! ;)
I’ve realized that this tea tastes a lot like those After Eight chocolates without the sweetness. The chocolate is very much a cocoa-y dark chocolate flavour rather than the lighter and sweeter milk chocolate.
I haven’t had this one in awhile so I had to see if it was still good. ;)
Forgot to log this tea last night.
Still awesome! ;)