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Truffle Orange

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Indigobloom
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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  • “Ehhhhh, I can see why this tea is soon to be discontinued. The rooibos was so strong in this that I could hardly taste anything else. I think she added too much. The chocolate was a background...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Semi-sweet chocolate flakes and saffron flowers provide a decadent, ever-so slightly spicy base with subtle, zesty orange hints. Especially luscious with milk; similarly delicious cold. Deep orange...” Read full tasting note
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Truffle Orange is a combination of real orange peel, safflower petals and chocolate flakes. The well matched flavours of chocolate and orange come together wonderfully in this balanced and flavourful tea. Tea and citrus lovers will enjoy this fresh tasting tea any time of day.

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2 Tasting Notes

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Ehhhhh, I can see why this tea is soon to be discontinued.
The rooibos was so strong in this that I could hardly taste anything else. I think she added too much. The chocolate was a background note, and I could smell, but not taste the citrus.
There was a point where I almost threw it out, but then it got a little better as the flavours mellowed some.
It might not be so bad with milk, but I doubt the chocolate or citrus would come through.
This wasn’t terrible, but not great either… oh and I’m being harsh on this cause my Kalahari does so much better. It still deserves a decent rating overall!

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Semi-sweet chocolate flakes and saffron flowers provide a decadent, ever-so slightly spicy base with subtle, zesty orange hints. Especially luscious with milk; similarly delicious cold. Deep orange hues.

The chocolate flakes seem to steep entirely into the first batch, leaving you with an a spicier, zestier tea the second time around.

Steep 10 minutes in near-boiling water.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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