Chocolate Orange Tea

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White Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Figured that i might as well try this one tonight since prior to this i had the orange tea from della terra. So initial sips of this one, i felt like i was drinking an orange version of...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 5241 tasting notes
  • “This one is really good tea too, the orange and cinnamon is more dominate at first then gives way to the creamy chocolate, I like to re steep as much as I can and I found that with this one the...” Read full tasting note
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    toadman208 474 tasting notes
  • “Hmm... this is really quite tasty. I was skeptical because it is a white tea base, and I usually prefer chocolate-y teas to be with black tea bases, but, this all works together pretty...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4550 tasting notes
  • “Drank this, but confused it with sTEAp Shoppe's White Chocolate Tea. Clearly there are similarities... This also means that I couldn't pick up any citrus :( There's definitely creaminess though, so...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2515 tasting notes

From sTEAp Shoppe

sTEAp’s White tea has a mild fragrance and flavor that highlights the flavors it caresses. When sTEAp creates tea the flavors are often pulled from favorite food combinations that marry perfectly. Chocolate Orange is no exception.

Orange and chocolate go together like synchronized swimmers. Citrus and creamy balance each other out in such a way your palate will thank you.

First you are taken in by the cinnamon and orange aroma’s then as you take your first sip and let the tea pirouette on your tongue you will get orange with a creamy tone of rich cocoa that is kissed by cinnamon and surrounded by a warm infusion of melodic white tea.

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14 Tasting Notes

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5241 tasting notes

Figured that i might as well try this one tonight since prior to this i had the orange tea from della terra.

So initial sips of this one, i felt like i was drinking an orange version of cinnamon swirl bread. There was that bready taste and cinnamon in with the orange. As it cooled though, the tea became much more orangey and even the chocolate came out to make an appearance. overall, not a bad tea but nothing to re-order when it’s gone…especially since there’s my favourite “two friends” from butiki!

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474 tasting notes

This one is really good tea too, the orange and cinnamon is more dominate at first then gives way to the creamy chocolate, I like to re steep as much as I can and I found that with this one the chocolate comes out more while the orange tones down some in later steeps, then the cinnamon comes back out with the chocolate, it’s a chameleon of a tea meaning its hard to tell what the whole flavor is like because it keeps changing flavors and each cups is a little different from the next to me. I like the fact that this tea changes its flavors notes I find it very interesting also I simply LOVE Chocolate Orange Teas so I will surely be buying more of this soon. If you are expecting your typical Orange Chocolate type flavors from this one it is not for you but if you are seeking a Chocolate Orange Tea like no other you’ve had before that’s sure to become a fave then Maybe this Is the one for You. Do try, I strongly recommend this Tea. I’m not going to lie at first upon tasting this tea I said to myself “needs lot more chocolate” but that was before I realized that it was a chameleon and would deliver the chocolate later, I love chocolate so I was just impatient, this one will give you your chocolate fix and then some. Also I like a flavored tea that can resteep and not loose its flavor some expensive flavored teas use up all their flavors on the first steep and then taste just “funny or fake” afterwards. So far none of the steepshoppe teas have done that to me they always re-steep at least once or more for another cup and many often times the second or third cups are the best, I ‘m really glad I met Janet from steapshoppe, she is a nice good Lady in my opinion who does great work making her teas taste good for us. I will soon have a sTEApshoppe collection as well as a Siam Tee collection in their own little corner of my tea room.
I already have an Upton collection that I need to display, speaking of upton they are one of my fav places for tea BUT unlike sTEAshop they are quite impersonal organization it seems(I never had problem with their customer service and no problems with them or issues contacting them)But it was Never on a personal level at all in any way I never spoken with the owner/operator because they are just such huge company that may not have time to address you personally which I understand But I can speak with Janet herself the owner/operator and I buy from a few other places where I can actually speak to the main person them selves and I enjoy that the most, in fact I’d rather pay even more money for teas to a place where I’m actually talking to the owner or operator of the place rather than get the same tea cheaper from a place that I have no type or customer relations with at all, you are a person and customer to some companies But you can also be just an account and order number to another company. I don’t know about you but I am a person, Janet at sTeashoppe makes me feel like a person and not a oreder number :)
If you’e made it this far i’m cool nothings wrong I just wanted to point out the things I stated above because this is a sTEAshoppe review and for me it is one of those personal favorite with a real person behind it who is very nice to me :) Thanks Janet!
This is a crazy post,I know, I totally just rambled and prattled along but I think I needed to do that a little bit, thanks for reading, I hope you could follow it :)
oh yeah See my photo of this tea here on my blog :) http://toadsteablog.blogspot.com/2012/12/chocolate-orange-white-tea-by.html

Bonnie

Right you are Tommy, Janet is a really nice lady!

Claire

I know what you mean Tommy, it’s nice when companies treat me like a person and not a number. I love the little handwritten thank you notes from small companies!

K S

Tommy, I loved your ramble. I felt like I was sitting in your living room listening to you wax poetically about a favorite obsession, and I could relate. Thanks for sharing.

Nicole

I enjoyed reading your ramble. :)

Thomas Edward(Toad)

:) Ramble was good, i’m glad cuz I was worried that i just went on too much, i could have went longer even lol

TeaBrat

nice pictures. :)

TheTeaFairy

Tommy, you are so right, I too need the human touch, makes a big difference in my tea shopping… The pictures are just great and so is the review :-)

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4550 tasting notes

Hmm… this is really quite tasty. I was skeptical because it is a white tea base, and I usually prefer chocolate-y teas to be with black tea bases, but, this all works together pretty well.

The white tea base has a slight vegetative taste to it, with a creaminess that accents the chocolate and vanilla notes quite well. As a result, the chocolate and vanilla comes through nicely, but I do think that the orange is a little weaker than I would like it to be. The cinnamon is a nice touch.

Overall, a very nice chocolate orange blend. Yummy!

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2515 tasting notes

Drank this, but confused it with sTEAp Shoppe’s White Chocolate Tea. Clearly there are similarities… This also means that I couldn’t pick up any citrus :( There’s definitely creaminess though, so this one will get another shot sometime in the future!

ETA: Second infusion of this one also smelled like dry cat food, and induced gagging and cup-dumping. As with White Chocolate, I did remember this aroma from when I was brewing it as well. I will add, though, that in this case, it was spiced cat food. But once I’d made the association, it was just downhill from there. Hopefully the second attempt is better.

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

Shudder, dry cat food. You’re brave for even considering a second attempt!

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3049 tasting notes

For the record, I’d like to say that I admire tea companies that make blends that don’t include a bunch of artificial crap. I’ve attempted making blends for myself in the past, & the sum of all of the parts is rarely as good as just drinking the plain cup of tea, as long as you have good leaf. Most companies start off with cheap leaf, layer in fake flavors, & people buy it, because the fake flavors are more potent than the real thing, they excite your tastebuds & make you want to say “WOW!”

Real flavors have a much more mellow presentation usually. So I admire Steap Shoppe, because they are using real tea leaf, with quality at that, real vanilla, real fruit, etc, & combining things creatively to get the flavors they are after.

Having said all that, I’m a person that would always rather drink a plain old awesome tea, rather than adding things to it, so don’t take my reviews too seriously regarding their blends. Please!

This one is ok. The flavors are very subtle, since the base is a white tea, & I personally don’t usually like orange in my tea much, but it was also fairly subtle as well.

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Again from the virtual tasting…

Mmm cinnamon. This is pretty good, I love white tea but I don’t have a lot of white tea blends. The orange/citrus is fairly light, at leas to me, I could actually stand more (I love orange!) but I’m not sure how well orange peels transfer the taste. The chocolate is there was well, again light but I’m okay with that. Super tasty, love the stuff sTEAp Shoppe does, definitely planning a future order (with more Smokey Mountain sTEAp!

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1700 tasting notes

Lost this note. :(

In summary, chocolate orange as a white tea is unique as the others I’ve had are black. This is subtle and creamy, and it smells like chocolate orange. It tastes of cream and orange though, instead of chocolate. Very nice!

Thanks for the easy sipdown, Sil!

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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6 tasting notes

A great rich morning treat, with a citrus aroma and a wonderful chocolate taste!

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3 min, 0 sec

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3 tasting notes

This is a beautiful tea and makes a good gift!

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9 tasting notes

The chocolate is just present enough to smooth things out while the orange sweetens things up. The taste is lovely and light, and the chocolate and orange work well together to make a sweet, smooth flavor.

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