White Chocolate

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Chocolate, Cocoa, Vanilla
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Edit tea info Last updated by Kittenna
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec 6 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “A lovely white chocolate flavor which is very distinguishable! Creamy and sweet but not cloying! A very nice blend! Perfect for a cool day! This tea is also excellent when cooled as well!...” Read full tasting note
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    azzrian 807 tasting notes
  • “So i have a confession, which isn't that big of a deal, but i hate white chocolate. it's like chocolate, only without the "good" stuff. *Cavocorax* was awesome enough to let me steal a cup of...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4674 tasting notes
  • “Uh.... so I brewed up both this and sTEAp Shoppe's Chocolate Orange tea.... and... I can't tell them apart. I mean, they taste a bit different, but I can't tell which one is which, which is kind of...” Read full tasting note
    kittenna 2229 tasting notes
  • “I decided to try this iced, although I've enough left to try it hot later on. So far it tastes like bark - that special type of bark I associate with white teas, especially DT's Cookie Dough....” Read full tasting note
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    cavocorax 1623 tasting notes

From sTEAp Shoppe

Delicate White tea leaves with Raw Organic Cocoa Nibs, Organic Vanilla Bean and Rose hips make a delightful cup of tea.

This tea will make you remember the first time you tasted white chocolate. Rich and creamy from the cocoa butter with the forward unmistakable flavor of vanilla encasing your tongue. White tea’s delicate embrace allows the cocoa and vanilla flavors to shine by giving them a solid platform to perform on that brings them together like the perfect play.

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11 Tasting Notes

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807 tasting notes

A lovely white chocolate flavor which is very distinguishable!
Creamy and sweet but not cloying! A very nice blend!
Perfect for a cool day!
This tea is also excellent when cooled as well!
Full mouthfeel.
Longer Review will be forthcoming on http://sororiteasisters.com/

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4674 tasting notes

So i have a confession, which isn’t that big of a deal, but i hate white chocolate. it’s like chocolate, only without the “good” stuff. Cavocorax was awesome enough to let me steal a cup of this tea from our order with Janet at the steap shoppe (big shout out to janet for her amazing customer service by the way!).

The dry blend smells delicious. It’s chocolate and yet not quite the chocolate smell that i associate with white chocolate. There’s an undertone of vanilla in the smell as well. There is rose hip in here, but there is nothing floral about this blend.

The liquid form of this tea could be called white chocolate, but i’m not sure if i’ve ever had white chocolate that tastes like this :) My other half says that this does taste like white chocolate, at the end of the sip. I’m getting more of a vanilla chocolate taste, but it’s still pretty good and the tea base is nice. I think this could be one of those teas i enjoy from time to time while not a regular member of my official lineup lol
thanks again cavo for letting me sneak some of this before i send it to you! (also yay for not having to add it to my cupboard)

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Hallieod

You’re not alone in hating white chocolate! I couldn’t eat it now anyway, but the only point to it I could ever see is making less of a mess when ‘eaten’ by little kids. For values of ‘eaten’ which involve getting on face, getting on clothes, getting in hair…

Kittenna

Wait… didn’t I order this one!?

Kittenna

Oh – I see we both did :D Whew!

Sil

silly goose. I figured if i snuck a taste from cavo, you would have more to share with raritea if she wanted a try lol since i’m sending stuff to cavo currently anyway heh

Cavocorax

I’m not normally into white chocolate either – it tastes kinda fake and plasticky to me. Maybe I just buy too much cheap chocolate. As a tea I have better hopes though. It can’t possibly taste like plastic!

Sil

it doesn’t lol

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2229 tasting notes

Uh…. so I brewed up both this and sTEAp Shoppe’s Chocolate Orange tea…. and… I can’t tell them apart. I mean, they taste a bit different, but I can’t tell which one is which, which is kind of bad, given that one is supposed to be orange-flavoured.

Anyhow, both taste alright, and have a bit of a white chocolate/creamy flavour to them, but I’ll definitely have to give both a second go to figure out which I’m even reviewing!

ETA: Uh… so the second infusion smelled a lot like dry cat food… and kind of tasted like it too… so I gagged on it and threw it out :( I forgot that I remember having that same impression of the dry leaves/brewing leaves for the first infusion as well. Thankfully the first infusion was drinkable, but #2 was not.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1623 tasting notes

I decided to try this iced, although I’ve enough left to try it hot later on.

So far it tastes like bark – that special type of bark I associate with white teas, especially DT’s Cookie Dough. It’s a little creamy, and it’s a bit sweet, but I’m not really getting chocolate from it. I’ll try it hot before I rate it.

ETA: I drank the second half of my sample hot. (154) It is MUCH better this way. I still get that barky-white tea taste, but this reminds me much more of white chocolate. This is sweeter, and creamier and very good.

Now if only I were crazy about white chocolate! :P I just had to try it though. Just because.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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513 tasting notes

I was surprised that this tea looked a bit more like a fruit blend than a chocolate one. For some reason it reminded me a little bit of a cranberry blend I had in the past. It might just be the bright bits of red. As a little side note, I have to say that the tea did not appear to be all that fresh. It might just be that it got a little bit beaten up in the mail, but the blend itself looked musty and not too appealing. This didn’t stop me from making a cup and I’m actually quite glad I did.

After water has been added, this cup smells sweet and grassy. Sipping.. I taste mostly a rather pungent white tea. It’s very grassy, but not in the ‘just picked’ kind of way. I can’t put my finger on it, but it’s like really dry straw and moist plants. Yes, an odd combination… but true for me! I do get a little bit of white chocolate in the swallow. It’s interesting because it comes out of nowhere, but I like it. I wish I could taste those smooth and buttery notes that one often gets with white chocolate. I think the flavors could be tweaked a little bit because it’s a tad strange.

Thank you to Steap Shoppe for a sample of this tea!

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248 tasting notes

Mmm this smells fantastic! The scent is true to it’s name and is straight white chocolate, delicious. It tastes great too, definitely getting some lovely cocoa notes. It really does taste like white chocolate, it’s not super sweet or cloying. Just a lovely nice light sweetness. Very smooth, tasty, really good! This goes on my sTEAp Shoppe shopping list. :)

Tea: 1.5 tsp
Water: 8 oz
Additives: none
Brewing method: Ingenuitea

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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3 tasting notes

drink this with 3 equals it’s perfection. Chocolate is the best thing that ever happened to tea(: !

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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779 tasting notes

Free sample with my sTEAp shoppe order!

I was really not expecting a free sample, but I have to admit I loved that I had a spare teabag just to use whenever. I get to do a decupboarding, and try a new tea as well!

I am not a big white chocolate fan, I’ve got to say. I much prefer the bitterness of dark chocolate – white chocolate can be overly sweet for my tastes. The smell of this was both accurate to white chocolate and not overbearing, though – perhaps because I know the tea won’t have the sugar added unless I add some.

As it steeps this reminds me of hot chocolate – regular Swiss Miss, that I remember having in the winter as a kid. I was one of those children that had hot chocolate made with water (my mind was blown when I grew up and realized you could use milk as a base instead).

Hmm – the taste is watered down hot chocolate, but that isn’t really a bad thing. This is more milk chocolate than white, and its a surprisingly accurate chocolate flavor with none of the chemical undertones that other chocolate flavored teas have. The white tea base works well here, more as a vessel for the chocolate flavor than anything I can detect on its own. And the texture is really creamy and luscious. It is hot chocolate without the sugar, and a really good alternative to that in the winter, I’d imagine.

I am impressed – which is a good thing because I have another chocolate based tea to try from the sTEAp shoppe. And I’ll keep this one around on my wishlist for the winter months – I think it will come in handy then!

Flavors: Chocolate, Cocoa, Vanilla

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 15 sec 6 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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6 tasting notes

The white tea and rich white chocolate are paired together to yield a soft sweet taste. If you love chocolate and tea, this is surely one to try. Instead of having desert having a cup of this is sure to keep that sweet tooth happy !

Preparation
3 min, 45 sec

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7 tasting notes

i love this tea; it has such a delightful aroma and is an amazing treat for desert or a soft afternoon. This carries such a exquisite taste , a tea just for that sweet tooth .

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec

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