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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 45 sec 91 oz / 2700 ml

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A classic Keemun base with cocoa bean chunks scattered throughout brews a delicious bittersweet treat. A subtle cocoa flavour sings over the tea, providing a discerning sweetness and a warm, nutty finish. Wonderfully warming in winter.

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This tea is quite nice. It has more of a cocoa taste than a sweet chocolate taste. Its quite good.

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1803 tasting notes

Thanks again, MissB! The base here reminds me a little of Della Terra’s black tea base – a bit on the lighter side. The cup is a medium amber brew. The chocolate is definitely there but not overpowering. It’s milk chocolate to me. Not weird flavored at all like some chocolate teas can be. I’d love this chocolate with another black tea base.

Edited to add: The description says it’s a keemun base and I definitely didn’t taste that at all.

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14 tasting notes

Like Coco Loco but with more body, this tea has a subtle chocolate fragrance and taste. Very nice.

Flavors: Chocolate

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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6583 tasting notes

missB sent this one my way. Note to those that try this, it’s much better hot than when it cools lol i got distracted with work and ended up having to drink a bunch of it on the cooler side. hot, this is delicious chocolate tea…warm this is more of a thin liquidy sort of vaguely reminiscent of chocolate sort of tea. I vastly prefer it hot heh

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1349 tasting notes

I’m a bit surprised mine is the second review of this tea; it’s billed as one of T2’s bestselling blends, and I understand why now. It’s a subtle chocolate, more dark chocolate or unsweetened cocoa than anything, and the dryness from having a mouthful of cocoa comes through quite well (with zero astringency). It’s a lovely blend, a bit surprising in fact, as I was expecting ooey-gooey chocolate, and this is more of a connoisseurs blend. Lovely.

Flavors: Chocolate

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

i’ll move to australia and review more australian teas… hehe


You’re most definitely getting some of this, and all of the related teas (Terrific Toffee, Chocolate Chip Chai, Arctic Fire, etc.)


I need a job that let’s me travel the world tasting teas

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