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  • “I certainly get more of a caramelly flavour from this tea than I do chocolate... which is completely fine with me! I enjoyed a steaming hot cup of it last night while playing a card game out on the...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2221 tasting notes
  • “SIPDOWN! also... go me for getting to under 200 teas today. Did i mention i'm going to ignore the fact that i have orders on the way as well as teas not logged in my cupboard living with...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4026 tasting notes
  • “Thanks so much Kristaleyn for this sample!! I like it! Though I do think the tea has been mislabeled. Caramel Chocolate would be more apt as both flavours are strongly present! At the beginning...” Read full tasting note
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  • “To me this tea tastes a little like coffee - slightly mocha in its flavour. Its aroma is fantastically chocolately, but as everyone else says, caramel sweetness comes through. It's a really...” Read full tasting note
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    Bert-tea 4 tasting notes

From Newby Teas of London

Ceylon, the “island of tea”, has been producing teas of the finest quality since the end of the 19th century. Mild sea breezes, light clear air and lush rolling landscapes contribute to the excellence of tea from Sri Lanka. Newby has selected one of the best invoices, from the Uva Highlands. Picked in the morning and placed with real white chocolate chips to give an amber colour liquor to this lavish tea that combines a mild caramel note with a rich mocha chocolate flavour. A creamy tea that blends well with desserts or breakfasts alike!

[This tea’s flavour characteristic has a mild caramel note with a rich mocha chocolate undertone. This tea is a blend of the finest quality Ceylon black full-leaf loose tea with white chocolate chips added to it. The liquor is amber with a deep sense of creaminess.]

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2221 tasting notes

I certainly get more of a caramelly flavour from this tea than I do chocolate… which is completely fine with me! I enjoyed a steaming hot cup of it last night while playing a card game out on the deck of my new place… it was pretty awesome.

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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
Sil

Yay!

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SIPDOWN! also… go me for getting to under 200 teas today. Did i mention i’m going to ignore the fact that i have orders on the way as well as teas not logged in my cupboard living with kittenna and raritea? :) Because what’s in my house at the moment in time? well that’s less than 200…so NYAH! Now to try and keep it going so that i stay under 200 when i get my tea from the two of them :)

This tea? Not so much a fan. it’s kind of like brown water with a murky filmy layer on top. eeesh. Thanks to kittenna for the sample though :)

Indigobloom

and meeeeeee! you have some with me :D

Kamyria

Wow Sil, you inspired me to count my teas… 15 loose teas, 25 including the bags and all of that includes herbals… I have some work to do. I have four more on the way though! :D

Sil

oh crap i do, don’t i IB

Kamyria – yeah my cupboard has all my teas. I like keeping track on here…gives me mini goals to try and accomplish :)

infused1

Tea drinkers are a strange bunch. We keep trying to finish off our teas, while ordering more (and replacing the ones we finished). It’s a vicious cycle. Fun, though.

Sil

lol for sure infused1!

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Thanks so much Kristaleyn for this sample!! I like it!
Though I do think the tea has been mislabeled. Caramel Chocolate would be more apt as both flavours are strongly present!
At the beginning of the sip, I taste chocolate syrup which quickly morphs into caramel. I notice alot of caramel on the swallow as well. There is some astringency but I only notice that in the aftertaste long after the sip is done.
The chocolate part, well I am very picky when it comes to my chocolate teas and this one comes off a smidge artificial tasting. but then, that’s just me. I feel the same way about chocolate milk!
Also, I see what Kristaleyn means about a woodsy note. I’ve seen it in caramel type things before… and given that caramel is pretty much burnt sugar, I am guessing that is where it comes from, the “burnt” aspect? That’s just a guess…

Kittenna

I definitely liked the chocolate flavour in this one, but only the second time I had it (when I brewed it correctly!) Can’t recall what else I thought, haha.

Indigobloom

the second steep was much better. More caramel and less chocolate. Kindof pudding like!

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To me this tea tastes a little like coffee – slightly mocha in its flavour. Its aroma is fantastically chocolately, but as everyone else says, caramel sweetness comes through. It’s a really interesting tea to taste. I like to blend it with assam to make it even richer.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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