Nope. This tea does not pass Go. This tea does NOT collect $200.
It’s sorta bland and very rooibos-y. I don’t regret snagging it from BrewTEALLY sweet though. Now I know that it’s a bad one.
“Nope. This tea does not pass Go. This tea does NOT collect $200. It’s sorta bland and very rooibos-y. I don’t regret snagging it from...” Read full tasting note
“Received this from Dexter in our swap. It definitely smells like chocolate. However taste wise I find it very lacking, I’m not getting chocolate or cake, not even rooibos....” Read full tasting note
“Ok I steeped this on the heavy side (about 2 tsp per cup), for the max time (5 minutes). I haven’t had much luck with Tealux teas and this one seems no exception. Very bland,...” Read full tasting note
Who can resist a slice of chocolate cake and a cup of your favourite tea? Save yourself some calories by enjoying the perfect mixture of both flavors in one, minus the added guilt!
Chocolate Cake is perfect for those of us with a sweet tooth, and is packed with real chocolate chips, crème caramel pieces and the delicious and warming fragrance of cacoa. Delicious and complex rooibos tea, with its deep red colouration and hidden depths provides the perfect balance for honeybush, with its slightly sweeter flavor and inimitable hint of rich, sweet honey! Light yet juicy rosebuds provide the top notes of the blend, and balance the richness and warmth of the chocolate and tea medley perfectly.
Enjoy hot after steeping for a few minutes to unlock the full flavor and all of the delicious aromas of your Chocolate Cake tea!
Ingredients: honeybush tea, rooibos, chocolate chips, cream-caramel pieces, flavoring, rosebuds.
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Ok I steeped this on the heavy side (about 2 tsp per cup), for the max time (5 minutes). I haven’t had much luck with Tealux teas and this one seems no exception.
Very bland, watered down. I don’t normally sugar my teas so I feel if I NEED to add sugar, it’s not that great. I’m not even getting the slightest hint of chocolate. I’m a rooibos lover, so that’s not really a factor here. If you took the chocolate taste and sugar out of hot chocolate, this is what would be left.