Chocolate Delight

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “Sipdown! (sample to quote Indigobloom) And it's a good thing too since apparently two of my swaps arrive tonight AND there's a third one in the mail already AND uh three more to come eventually. ...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4726 tasting notes
  • “So I finally found the source of the delicious smell in my room - this tea! It's in a plastic baggie, so that's probably why. Unfortunately, it also doesn't taste as good as it smells, although it...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2229 tasting notes
  • “This is a very comforting tea. I can picture myself drinking it cozied up with a great book and nothing but crackling logs in the fireplace for music. At first, I didn't like this at all. There...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1292 tasting notes
  • “I almost was going to pair a piece of chocolate with this tea, but decided that would take away from the chocolate-y goodness of this tea. I haven't enjoyed this one in a while, but it's still my...” Read full tasting note
    Tealizzy 479 tasting notes

From Tealux

This tea blend truly is a delight to behold! Warm, decadent and richly chocolaty, Chocolate Delight is the ideal sweet treat for any time of the day, and is the perfect alternative to calorific candies and heavy desserts!

Highly aromatic with a flavor that follows through on the promise of its rich scent, Chocolate Delight is a richly indulgent medley of premium black tea, cocoa beans, vanilla, and dried yoghurt pieces. Chocolate Delight is a true guilt-free indulgence, and is the perfect drink for any time that you need a warming, comforting and delicious treat! Chocolate Delight may be enjoyed black, or blended with a little milk to provide an alternative taste and aroma. Experiment with coconut or rice milk for a range of different flavor sensations! Allow to steep in hot water for a few minutes before serving hot and fresh.

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12 Tasting Notes

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4726 tasting notes

Sipdown! (sample to quote Indigobloom) And it’s a good thing too since apparently two of my swaps arrive tonight AND there’s a third one in the mail already AND uh three more to come eventually. So i suspect that tonight i’ll be back over 300 again sigh

What to say about this? I want more! I suspect that unless the cacao tea sample that i have kicking around is more delicious than this, THIS is the chocolate “in a hot chocolate kind of way” tea that I’d keep in my cupboard. It’s creamy and chococlatey and delicious! I didn’t add any milk to it and it still tasted like a delicious cup of hot chocolate. I’m impressed!

Starfevre

On my shopping list it goes.

Terri HarpLady

mmmMMMmmmm, sounds like it competes with Chocolate O

Kittenna

Nice! Since this was a 2oz. split 3 ways, there may or may not be enough to give you more :P But when we make another Tealux order… (which is totally happening at some point if only bc their samples sizes are awesome).

Sil

its ok if you don’t get more to me…i know you’re just trying to make me sipdown YOUR tea…

Kittenna

Ahaha. We’ll see how much I like it. If you like it this much, I probably will too :)

Indigobloom

LOL the battle of the sipdowns continues ;P
I was pleasantly surprised by this one.

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So I finally found the source of the delicious smell in my room – this tea! It’s in a plastic baggie, so that’s probably why. Unfortunately, it also doesn’t taste as good as it smells, although it certainly doesn’t taste bad! While it’s chocolatey, it’s more of a cocoa flavour than an artificial chocolate flavour, which is certainly appreciated, and I can understand why Sil enjoyed this. I wish it had a bit more flavour (I’ll steep it a bit longer next time, I think), but I can see it as a go-to chocolate tea over some of the more heavily flavoured-tasting ones. That said, if I want a chocolatey comfort tea, I’ll be having some of Verdant’s Laoshan Black Genmaicha, thanks.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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1292 tasting notes

This is a very comforting tea. I can picture myself drinking it cozied up with a great book and nothing but crackling logs in the fireplace for music.
At first, I didn’t like this at all. There is ALOT of astringency going on. That’s what I was worried about. Ack! Most chocolate teas I’ve tried are naturally sour and require a good dose of sugar for me to consider them palatable. In my head, that sour/bitter note of dark chocolate is transferable to tea so it kinda doubles down on that effect.
Of course, this is no exception. But… the chocolate part is so appealing that I’m willing to look past that. Realistic chocolate at that! I’m surprised, since I see barley bits listed in the ingredients and barley is very hit and miss with me.
Anyhow, milk is optional, though I am sipping the rest of this cuppa ala dairy. I prefer it this way, reminds me more of a hot cocoa. Also, the milk reduces astringency somewhat, as it creates a bit of a milk chocolate effect. So… while I may have come around somewhat about this blend, it isn’t that “perfect chocolate tea” I’ve been searching for. shrugs
Final verdict: Yum yum!

Sil

you guys are making me wanna dig through my box…

Terri HarpLady

Now I want some chocolate tea…lets see…I think I still have the Tea Spot Chocolate ‘O’ in the cupboard…

Indigobloom

Sil, I think it’s better than either of the “DT” bases (davids and della) but not nearly as good as the Spice exchange.

Terri, Oooo, I think I had that once!! not a bad one :)

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479 tasting notes

I almost was going to pair a piece of chocolate with this tea, but decided that would take away from the chocolate-y goodness of this tea. I haven’t enjoyed this one in a while, but it’s still my favorite chocolate tea by far. It just has that rich, almost chewy chocolate flavor. I wonder if it’s the barley. Anyhoo, it’s delicious! I was thinking about taking advantage of the 20% off sale and restocking, but I’ve been kinda bad lately, so I’ll hold off for now. ;)

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1.5 tbsp used for 375 ml

Very dilute flavour. Mild spice. Black tea tones in background. Reminds me of roasted mate flavour. Slight creamy sweetness. Chocolate notes are detectable.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Sil

just saying…if you don’t want the rest of it, you know where to find me! hahaha

Kittenna

Ahaha, I was wondering if one of us wouldn’t like it. I haven’t tried mine yet.

Indigobloom

Newby!! that’s what this reminds me of. Only more authentic cocao

Indigobloom

(that chocolate one you shared with us, Kittenna)

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Thank you to Tealizzy for the sample of this tea. It was nice and I enjoyed two delicious cups plus re-brews. However, I’m not inclined to buy any as I wasn’t sure I really got much chocolate flavor. But I’m always up for trying new teas. This was my first tea from Tealux.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec
Tealizzy

I’m surprised you didn’t get chocolate from this one, since I think it’s the most chocolatey tea I’ve had. Oh well. Everyone seems to taste things differently.

Dkcox50

Well, unfortunately, my fall allergies seem to be the culprit as I had chocolate pie tonight and it tasted like nothing. I’m sure that tea is better than I was able to tell. :(

Tealizzy

I think I’m having the same problem, which sucks because I just got my order from Butiki. In better news, I get to go back to work today!

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