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From T-Buds The Uptown Tea Lounge

A rich taste of dark chocolate in a musky liqor to create a smooth velvety texture that will wrap your palate with flavor. A double antioxidant boost from aged tea and dark cocoa. Brewing tips: Steep one heaped teaspoon (2.5 gms) in 1 cup boiling water for 4-5 mts. To brew a milder version the first steep may be discarded after 20 seconds and re-steeped for a further 3-4 mts. for a second time.

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I met up with a friend at T-Buds yesterday and had a super tasty chipotle chocolate sauce wrap. SO good.
This tea was the recommended pairing. I don’t know why… there wasn’t enough contrast and it all sorta blended together. Also, the tea turned out bitter for some reason? Milk and sugar helped, but I found it to be an average chocolate puerh. I’ve had about six different varieties from random places and the only one I find unique enough to have again is Teaopia’s chocolate orange and Spice exchange’s Strawberry chocolate. I guess it only works when coupled with a fruit AND chocolate? Hmmm.
Anyhow, as the tea cooled, the bitterness calmed down somewhat. I could see how a coffee lover would like it.
NB: to their credit, the girl didn’t charge me for the tea! after I mentioned that it was bitter, she insisted. I gave her a generous tip but still… I feel badly about it! anyhow, based on this experience, I highly recommend T-buds.


OK… this chipotle chocolate sauce wrap thingy sounds like something that I need to try. YUM!


(was something you should try lol)


also for some reason I can’t rate this?? there is no smiley face to drag…


I think they need advice on tea pairings!


They should just ask Bonnie!!!


Ah that was nice of you! ….But yes, too close and it can fall flat! Sometimes with a super spicy dish though you have to go all the way with a ginger or chai tea (cold even!)


LOL see Bonnie, you know things!! I should have asked myself… WWBD!


Isn’t a ‘chocolate sauce’ in a wrap/burrito generally called a mole’?


WWBD! I’ll make bracelets for us all!


Kashyap, yes!! I couldn’t remember the name and forgot to look it up. thanks for the reminder!
DaisyChubb: hehhee! I wonder if we could use the stalk of a tea plant…

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