This did remind me of Thin Mints or York Peppermint Patties. The flavor is more mint than chocolate. But I don’t know what kind of oolong is supposed to be here. I like it though.
“Bagged Bonanza Morning #2 - Tea #4: *Muppetlove* thanks for this one! While searching for Chocolate Mint Oolong here on Steepster there is only ONE in the database! This is a surprise! MORE...” Read full tasting note
“Found this bag in my stash of work teas - It's one of the few bagged teas I really enjoy, you just have to watch the water temp since it's oolong. I love the subtle chocolate flavor and pop of mint...” Read full tasting note
“This tea reminds me of Thin Mint Cookies...yum! ” Read full tasting note
“The bag is probably 2 years old and only 1.6grams. The water was heated in the microwave. Together that is a recipe for flat weak tea. It was still chocolaty and minty but when it is fresh this is...” Read full tasting note
Subtle hints of chocolate and mint complement this enticing Oolong tea.
Ingredients: oolong tea, peppermint, natural chocolate flavor, cocoa powder, carob powder
Steeping Instructions: 1-3 minutes at 160-180 degrees Fahrenheit
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I was really excited about this tea when I ordered a weight loss taster set online. I’ve tried a few chocolate tea over the past year however, this was the first with mint. As soon as i opened the pack I could smell the sweet smell of mint chocolate which proved promising, the flavor of the tea was good; the oolong worked well, the mint was powerful but sweet and the chocolate although just a hint was really nice. With a little agave this satisfied my sweet tooth.
(This is from last night, so I actually had kind of a Stash day yesterday!)
This tea is a hit in my household! I really love how the flavours complement each other in this one. When we made it for supper this time, though, with one bag in a large pot, the chocolate and mint flavours came out but the oolong was a bit subdued. There’s more balance when you steep as instructed. Overall, though, another winner from Stash!
How i got it: Gift from my sister
Experience: This is my first taste of Oolongs that i can remember. Nice tea, i have to say. None of the flavors are very pronounced, but all of them can be perceived. The mint notes are the most clear, followed by the tea ones, while the chocolate ones stay constantly in the background. Very smooth aroma, also dominated by the mint. At the end, a well balanced and enjoyable mix. Quite good.
Would i buy it?: Why not (hehe)? I’m marking this one as another good option to look for if i’m in a mood for sweets.
When you open the package, its as if your opening a box of girl guide cookies! YUMMY!! But then you add the water and your sugars. (I usually like my tea with out milk) And the water made it smell of weed. The smell usually makes me have a headache. But i think Oolong teas are meant to be drunken with milk? I liked it much better once i put the milk inside. Made it seem like i was drinking a melted cookie!
Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Mint