Chocolate Chili Truffle

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Unveil the sweet and spicy layers in our Chili Truffle tea made with Ceylon black tea; chili, chocolate and peppercorns.

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. Yummy!

This is so totally yum! Completely and utterly yum! Just what I have been craving without really realizing I was craving anything … after I started sipping, I just felt a sense of “ahhh… this is it.”

It has a nice kick of heat to it, but, it isn’t too hot. The chocolate is smooth, rich and creamy and manages to temper the heat from the chili so that it doesn’t become an overly spicy beverage. Oh, sure, it is spicy … but not TOO spicy. I’m not feeling the need to relieve my tongue from the heat, in other words. The sweet seems to counterblast the heat.

Instead, I feel this warming me up from the inside out, and I love that from a tea during this time of year. My husband, who hails from Minnesota, thinks that anything just over freezing is uncomfortably hot, so this house is typically on the chilly side year round. I … on the other hand, am a California girl and while I feel I’ve adapted to the Pacific Northwest in such a way that I’m proud to call it home, I’m still not quite as used to cold as someone who comes from a place buried in snow.

So this tea is warming me up (and the thermostats are turned up now that hubby is safely ensconced at work) on a very chilly day. It is deliciously chocolate-y (needs more chocolate though, LOL) and there is heat from the spice … I’d call it a mild-to-medium type of heat rather than a hot heat.

Very nice!

Butiki Teas

Hahaha, creative use of “counterblast”.

LiberTEAS

Thanks @ButikiTeas :)

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Well, this smells interesting and scrumptious! Chocolate, Spice, and something like wafers.

This is really tasty! the spices aren’t over the top – they are perfect to my personal specifications! (That sounds uppity, doesn’t it!? teahee!) and the chocolate is grand! The chocolate keeps boppin’ back and forth between a milk chocolate taste and a white chocolate taste…really neat!

YUP! This puts a smile on my face…sending the rest to Anne…

Serendipitea

Indeed, this sounds Very Yum!

Anthony Bazic

I am just slobbering to take a sip of this! spicy chocolate..what else can you ask for? but more chocolate!

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