This tea has a pleasant chocolate smell, and I like the spicy taste, but I like it even better with just a little bit of spiced honey in it. mmmmmm
“Yesterday I was at the Bi-Rite Market in San Francisco which is one place you can get the mini 1 oz. Kusmi tins. I have had the "Russian" series but this is the "Afternoon" series I am currently...” Read full tasting note
“This one is going in the TTB (take 2) box that will be sent to Jason tomorrow THANKS TO AMAZONV!!!! She told me I could sample it before sending off! Woot! Thanks girl! It smells like a...” Read full tasting note
“Yes. I approve! Also, this is really especially good if you take a sip of it right after taking a bite out of a chocolate bar. I suspect this is a secret that applies to ALMOST every tea. But...” Read full tasting note
“Finishing and decupboarding this one today. It remains my favorite among the Kusmi chocolates, but the Kusmi chocolates remain not my favorite Kusmis as subtlety and chocolate do not go together in...” Read full tasting note
Black tea from China flavored with natural essences of chocolate and spices.
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Wow, this one is good. Like really really good. I love chocolate teas, and I was expecting this one to be overwhelmingly spicy, like chai spicy. Instead, it’s a smooth and creamy cup with a wonderfully rich chocolate flavor. The spices are barely there – just enough to leave me wondering what spices they are. They’re sweet spices, (maybe cinnamon is one of them?), nothing too strong or peppery. The tea tastes like taking a bite of a milk chocolate bar. Not even a cup of hot chocolate – it’s straight up like eating the real thing. I’m always impressed with Kusmi teas, but this one really wowed me! Conicidentally, I took my nursing 112 final yesterday and today is the first day of spring break. It’s off to a good start with this tea! Thank you, VariaTEA, for this sample!
-Dry blend has medium black tea leaves and twigs with small pieces of spices.
-Dry leaves smell like milk chocolate. Tea liquor aroma is of rich, sweet chocolate.
-Tea liquor is a clear medium yellow brown color.
-Sweet chocolate flavor and finish. Sweetly spicy aftertaste that lingers.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Excellent tea. A cup of rich, creamy chocolate with a small hint of sweet spices. Reminiscent of a milk chocolate candy bar.
I’ve tasted this one because it was included in a set of mini boxes. I was neither convinced by the contents (chocolate ? spices ?…when you only drink flowers and fruits, that’s weird) but I was pleasantly surprised by the taste.
And I can’t imagine to have a tea with chocolate and no spices, now ! The two are as great as chocolate with piment d’espelette.
Finally a tea from Kusmi that I actually like. Generally, I find the Kusmi flavored teas so subtle that I am disappointed. This one I could actually smell the chocolate and spice dry and could actually taste the flavors brewed as well. I always enjoy chocolate black tea, but this one has an interesting twist with the flavors of spice. Nice and smooth to drink as well. It is snowing outside and this tea is perfect as drink it right now in this wintery weather.