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Tea type
Black Pu-erh Blend
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Flavors
Cocoa, Coffee, Dark Bittersweet, Mocha, Smooth
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Edit tea info Last updated by gmathis
Average preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Thanks to gmathis for this sample and the lovely handmade card that came with it! Very fancy. Been sitting on this for a couple weeks because I haven’t had the time to properly enjoy it, but it got...” Read full tasting note
  • “Welcome to just over 18 hours in southwest Missouri: 65 degrees F, severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings, flash flooding, areal flooding, winter storm advisories, freezing rain, and sleet/snow...” Read full tasting note

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Tea for the coffee lover! This blend combines Black tea, Puh Erh tea, Cocoa pieces, Coffee Beans, and natural Coffee flavoring for a robust tea with the taste and aroma of coffee.

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Thanks to gmathis for this sample and the lovely handmade card that came with it! Very fancy.

Been sitting on this for a couple weeks because I haven’t had the time to properly enjoy it, but it got cracked open today. The smell of the dry tea is delightful—strong and dark like European coffee with hints of bittersweet chocolate and Chinese black tea. Didn’t expect that to carry over to the actual taste, but it did! Sipping on this while I cleaned out all of my external aquarium filters made the whole process much more pleasant. Probably the best execution of a mocha tea that I’ve had so far.

Flavors: Cocoa, Coffee, Dark Bittersweet, Mocha, Smooth

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Welcome to just over 18 hours in southwest Missouri: 65 degrees F, severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings, flash flooding, areal flooding, winter storm advisories, freezing rain, and sleet/snow that goes “snick” against the window. Weather that goes “snick” isn’t much fun. Temps in the teens anticipated for tonight.

But as it was a great day to stay in, I made a full pot of this lovely, mocha-y, chocolatey pu-erh. The scent is as good as sniffing the liner of a Whitman’s chocolate sampler :)

ashmanra

Oh my! It sounds like a good time for good tea!

Shae

Glad you made it through the storms okay! They came through here this afternoon and were pretty scary for a bit.

gmathis

That’s right…your Tornado Alley season is January/February, isn’t it?

Shae

We have spring and fall tornado seasons, but the worst of it for us is usually around April.

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