Cocoa Power

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Deep & earthy ~ an antioxidant powerhouse with just a hint of sweetness.Contains Traces of Dairy & Sugar

Cacao Beans, Cacao Powder, Chocolate Bits, Chocolate Flavor (Natural), Cream Flavor (Natural), Pu-erh (Organic), Rooibos (Organic), Vanilla Flavor (Natural), Yogurt Bits

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This is a super chocolate tea. It almost looks like I’ve brewed tea then added some hot cocoa. For the most part, I taste chocolate, chocolate and chocolate. I see the description says deep and earthy. I agree with these descriptors. I’ve struggled with a way to describe the flavor underneath the chocolate but I’ve not come up with some thing that fits it better than those two words. It does feel very smooth and mellow but they aren’t quite right. Now I just have to get Dylan to give it a go. Cookie bribes are in the near future.

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If there are cookies involved you might have a line of steepsterites at your door!


Cookie bribes ALWAYS work! lol

Dylan Oxford

The opposite is also pretty true though. She’s now mentioned cookies. This creates a tangible benefit to me refuting any further attempts to get me to drink this that do not also come with cookies (or other tangible rewards)!


How about a big cup of beat you with a stick?


Missy: Lol! I’m gonna be using that in the near future! My husband proposed immediately after I gave him a pound cake. We had known each other for fifteen weeks. Turns out he is even more of a cookie monster!


lol aren’t they all. :D


Missy, my youngest daughter used the “how about a cup of a eat you with a stick?” line at tea party today! I expect to hear it a lot in the near future.


Lol that is awesome! Man that’s very amusing. Thanks for the laugh.

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It has been one of those days, you know, the day that starts out kinda ok and then turns out bad because pain decides to slam you in the guts. Literally. The only thing I can do is take it easy and hope tomorrow will be better. If it isn’t I plan on spending the day doing something crafty. Actually, even if I do feel wonderful tomorrow I am going to spend it doing something crafty, I have not had a craft day in a while.

Today’s tea from SerendipiTea is definitely one for those who like the chocolate, or so the name Cocoa Power would have me believe. This tea is a blend of Cocoa Beans, Cocoa Powder, Chocolate Bits, Natural Chocolate Flavoring, Natural Cream Flavoring, Organic Pu-erh, Organic Rooibos, Natural Vanilla Flavoring, and White Chocolate Bits. This tea probably wins the award for the most amount of chocolaty things in a tea that I have looked at (so far) it is impressive how many types of chocolate related ingredients are in this tea. And good googly moogly, chocolate power indeed! The aroma is a great blend of earthy pu-erh, woody sweet rooibos, vanilla sweetness, and loads of chocolate. It is a blend of sweet chocolate candy and rich cocoa powder, mixing the sweet and bittersweet aspects of chocolate. I am glad that it is sweet, but not cloyingly so.

The now steeped leaves have an intensely rich aroma, not at all sweet though. There are notes of cocoa, earthiness, the tea smells heavy. This seems like an odd description, but it has a real weight to the aroma. The liquid is a bit cloudy from all the cocoa powder, almost making it like tea and hot cocoa. The aroma has the same heaviness to it, but it has caramel, chocolate, and woodiness, alongside the cocoa and earthiness.

This tea is a cup of cocoa decadence, that is, if you are a fan of dark chocolate. If you prefer the more milkier chocolate you might find yourself reaching for cream and sugar! This is not a very sweet chocolate tea, it starts smooth and rich, much like eating into an 80% cocoa dark chocolate bar (which if you have not done, I would seriously recommend) it has a slightly oily mouthfeel from the white chocolate bits as well. After the initial dark chocolate taste, it turns into earthy pu-erh with a slightly metallic and mineral taste at the finish, which is a very interesting contrast to the cocoa. I am not sure this is my favorite chocolate tea ever, but it is certainly very rich and unique!

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