Caribbean Breeze

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Chocolate, Coconut
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 15 oz / 450 ml

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Sun-kissed beaches, infinitely blue oceans and the soft rustle of palm leaves in a gentle breeze… Caribbean Breeze is a tropical taste to be savoured. Caribbean Breeze is an original Tealux blend that is not available to order from anywhere else, and is just the ticket to get you in the mood for summer!

Full flavored but never overpowering top quality black tea forms the body of Caribbean Breeze, supplemented by the delicious addition of ground cocoa beans and real chocolate chips! Deliciously aromatic cocoa butter adds a warm creaminess to the blend, while white chocolate chips and shards of cocoa provide a chocolate sensation for every stage of the taste palate! Finally, succulent and delicious coconut flakes add a distinctive complex nuttiness to your Caribbean Breeze tea that is equally delicious served black, or with a little coconut milk added as well. Enjoy!

Ingredients: black tea, chocolate chips, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, white chocolate chips, broken cocoa bits, coconut flakes, flavoring.

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After achieving a couple of sipdowns today, I figured it was time to pull some more “new” black teas out of my sample box. In all honesty, they’re not actually all that new anymore. I guess what I really mean is “unopened”. This one sounded appealing, although I had to check twice because I didn’t believe it would be a black tea at first. “Caribbean Breeze” had me thinking of a while or green blend, probably tropical fruit flavoured. This one is chocolate coconut.

Once brewed, I can kinda see it. I used 1.5 tsp of leaf for my cup, and gave it 3 minutes in boiling water. It brewed up pretty dark, so I added a splash of milk. An oily scrim gathers on the surface, and I can only assume the chocolate is responsible for that. Fortunately, it doesn’t seem to have any effect on the texture or mouthfeel, and it doesn’t taste oily. All good so far.

The main flavour is definitely coconut, swiftly followed by milk chocolate. It’s very reminiscent of a Bounty at this point. The while chocolate comes out a little in the mid-sip, and with it a creaminess that I think the milk also helps to promote. There’s a slightly odd pepperiness at the end of the sip that’s a little jarring, but mostly ignorable. It’s putting me in mind of a David’s Tea I tried a while back…maybe last winter? I can’t remember the name now, but I know it’s going to annoy me until I do…

On the whole, I enjoyed this one. Liquid bounty, with added pepper. IGNORE THE PEPPER!

ETA: White Chocolate Frost? I didn’t much like that, though, apparently…

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

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Again with the mediocre black tea base. Otherwise, add some milk and this tastes a little like those Bounty Chocolate bars all covered with coconut. As the tea cools down, it kind of reminds me of watery Bailey’s Irish Cream, which isn’t so bad either.
There are a few flavoured blends from Tealux I’ve really enjoyed and will reorder, but probably not this one.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 15 OZ / 450 ML

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I do not remember ordering this tea but unfortunately in my excitement to place my first order in months I didn’t take a screen shot of my order so I can’t dispute or even convince myself. It’s just that picking a chocolate and coconut tea is not really like me right now since I just gone through a cupboard of mostly chocolate teas. Maybe I was drunk.

So yeah, coconut in tea doesn’t work for me because the shreds go off quickly and then the tea has this rancid taste which I am highly perceptive of. This one is good still but I know I will have to race through it.

When I think Caribbean breeze I think juicy tropical fruit not chocolatey coconut. So maybe I did order it but I didn’t read the ingredient list, I must have stopped after “sun kissed beaches” and “infinitely blue oceans” which I haven’t seen since 2009 according to my Facebook. When I saw the Dominican album I was like what? 2009? Anyway.

The tea is good for what it is. Coconut and chocolate more or less hand in hand, pleasant base which you can’t taste much of. You can smell the base right after steeping but as it cools the chocolate comes out even more, as does the coconut. This is pretty good!

Flavors: Chocolate, Coconut

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec
TheTeaFairy

Me think you need a vacation…

whatshesaid

Don’t drink and order tea :)

Nxtdoor

@TheTeaFairy yah, but we need a roof first. Homeownership is awesome, no?

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