Chocolate Mint

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 20 oz / 591 ml

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From The Tea Haus

Chocolate Mint tea for the sweet tooth without the sugar. Ceylon tea blended with natural flavours. A nice afternoon blend.

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Chocolate mint was one of my first teas from the Tea Haus, and is one of my favourite flavours to have in tea. I haven’t had this one in two years, though, and my chocolate mint cravings have been met for the last while with Read My Lips from David’s Tea. Lately I’ve been curious about how this one would compare to RML, and so when we roadtripped up recently to the store I got a small package to re-try.

Sipped black, the mint definitely dominates in this tea. I got only a slight chocolate note, but it was still nice. I knew that I used to drink this one with milk and sugar, so I added some sweetener, and curiously it only heightened the mint. I still couldn’t find the richer chocolate notes I remembered. Determined not to give up, I added a little milk.

AHA! There was my chocolate! With milk and sugar, this tea became the most delicious combination of mint and chocolate and finally rivalled my RML. I’m going to have to do a side my side next time to figure out which I like better and will remain a constant in my cupboard.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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This was surprisingly dark for a black tea, but it was decidedly tasty. An earthy base that’s deliciously minty. Like a mint Aero bar. That kind of creamy minty. Shared a pot with my amazing wife for a sipdown, this was really good but I wouldn’t go out of my way to restock. The mint does remind me of David’s Peppermint Amour, which is my favourite mint.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML
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I have some Peppermint Amour that I don’t think I’ll finish (it turns out I prefer DT’s Spearmint). Are you or aisling looking to add some to your cupboards?

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Another sipdown! (389/379)

Sharing a pot of this with my wife, mine has sugar and hers doesn’t. It smells earthy and fishy like a puerh, and definitely tastes like a puerh, but it’s supposed to be black. I dunno….it’s very dark, even after a short steep and it just smells heavy, you know what I mean? I don’t smell a lot of chocolate or mint.

It tastes bitter to me, and definitely like a puerh with an aftertaste of chocolate and mint. Like a bitter cup of tea with an Andes mint melted in it. You can kind of taste it but not really.

Meh. Buh-bye, Chocolate Mint.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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87
50 tasting notes

My friend said that this reminded her of Christmas (the combination of chocolate and mint).
Regardless, this tea is quite good!

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5 tasting notes

This is a great comfort tea! Reminded me of a mild/light minty hot chocolate, perfect for the cooler weather that’s coming in with the beginning of autumn. I take it with milk and a tiny bit of cane sugar (but it’s great without either, too). I plan to experiment in baking with this, I think it would be nice in cookies.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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