meh. i had higher hopes for this, hoping it would taste somewhat like nutella or something. nope, not at all.
it’s a very fake, bland flavour. not really chocolaty or hazelnutty. sort of tastes like cardboard.
“BAD. Like...Dirty Dish Water with a hint of Hazelnut...cheap, fake hazelnut flavoring, that is...” Read full tasting note
“Had a nice cup this last night while watching tv...this is quickly becoming a nightly staple! Glad I grabbed a 100 count box from amazon :)” Read full tasting note
“This tea is courtesy of the amazing *Missb*! Thank you! It smells rather good, but to be honest the chocolate flavour falls completely flat. It ends up tasting more like paper or...stale? Like...” Read full tasting note
“Tea of the evening..... This one is not so bad for bagged tea. It will never be among my favorites, but I like it for what it is....decaf dessert black tea that is missing that metally taste that...” Read full tasting note
Our Chocolate Hazelnut is a deliciously smooth and rich dessert tea. Chocolate, hazelnuts, vanilla, and premium black tea combine to create a fascinating blend of flavors. Sugar and a splash of milk bring out the taste of the chocolate and hazelnuts. The black teas are naturally decaffeinated, so you can savor this tea any time of day.
Ingredients: Decaf black tea, natural flavor of chocolate, natural flavor of vanilla nut, natural flavor of hazelnut. Contains peanuts and hazelnuts.
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Really love this! Smells exquisitely of chocolate and vanilla (can’t really tell the hazelnut apart from the other smells though) and tastes great. The hazelnut aspect seems to be missing (or there’s something wrong with my taste buds) but overall I really like this tea. Great for drinking at night before sleeping since it’s decaf!
Glad I waited a bit to add my note. I added fat-free half & half and a small touch of sugar and my initial reaction was Wow, chocolate tea! Now, about an hour later, I’m getting the aftertaste others have mentioned. It’s not awful, and if I had gone to brush my teeth right after I would probably still have fond memories. But I think I’ll look up Harney’s Florence when this box is gone.
Update: added to the office coffee/tea stash in case somebody else enjoys this more than I.
I didn’t like this when I first tried it. It had been sitting in the cabinet for a while before I decided to brew some late night tea a few weeks ago. It actually is quite good with plenty of sugar (2-2.5 tsp) and a touch of milk. It seems slightly artificial, which can be expected from a chocolate tea that is further flavored with hazelnut. However, it makes for a decent dessert tea when paired with some chocolate cookies or Reese’s. It’s kind of like an illicit little snack. You aren’t overly aware of any true quality of what you’re consuming, but it somehow seems really good. Am I revealing my chocoholism yet?