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Decaf chocolate mint black

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Made at the request of a local tea room, our Decaffeinated Chocolate Mint Black Tea is a delicious blend of decaffeinated black tea, peppermint, chocolate pieces, and flavoring. It brews a cup of tea with a rich, creamy, chocolate aroma and a mild minty taste that is just right after dinner. Try adding milk for an even creamier treat! Use one teaspoon per cup and steep 3-5 minutes.

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Had this because I didn’t want to bore you guys with another Vanilla Comoro entry ;) and I though it would go well with the remaining butter cookies with chocolate tops. It was quite good! I’m still getting a little chemically taste, but it’s a very drinkable tea. I have about a teaspoon left of my sample, and I think I will mix it with some chocolate tea I have for a sort of “half-caf” concoction one night :)

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They should rename “Vanilla Comoro” to “Jacqueline’s Tea” and call it a day.


(said in best Sunset Boulevard voice) “All right Mr. Harney, I’m ready for my close-up!”


Have you tried Harney’s Midsummer Peach? Not quite as good as Vanilla Comoro, but a nice decaf fruit flavored tea. I think my fave decaf list is Vanilla Comoro, Midsummer Peach, and Harney’s Decaf Ceylon. I am starting to be able to taste that light chemical taste in the others. :(


SinplyJenW – I’ll have to put that on my list for the next Harney order! Thanks for the rec – I love peachy teas!


I have some sachets, and I could pop some in the mail for you.


I saw you ask about Rosy Earl Grey. Have you tried it yet? I can send you some of that in exchange if you’d like?


I would not mind trying the Rosy Earl Grey if I knew I could get more (I hate it when I get attached to something and it is no longer available….I still have not gotten an email response of any kind from three weeks ago when I asked about availability!). You know, I have emailed Harney asking when Golden Monkey would be back in stock (it is Septemeber, in case you were wondering!) I would love a small sample of it, if you have some to spare. I want to compare it to the Golden Monkey I have, so that I will be ready to order from Harney in the Fall!


You got it! I’ll get it out end of week/early next week!! I am very glad to know about when Golden Monkey will be back! Thank you!

(I bet Rosy will be back – I’ll throw a little in – maybe you’ll hate it and then you won’t have to worry :)


LOL…. I will probably mail out soon. I am headed to my sister’s to visit my 7 mo niece in a few days. It is my kid’s only cousin on my side of the family, and they are quite smitten with her!


I just had a friend mention she was looking for Midsummer Peach! She loves it, and I offered to put it on my order since Barnes and Noble doesn’t carry it anymore!

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This one is pretty good in the evening, but it always makes me wonder why it is hard to find a good decaf chocolate tea…. I have no problems finding good fruit flavors, and a great vanilla. Why is decaf chocolate so hard?

For this one I have to slightly heap the spoon, and I take it with milk and sweetener. I only wish the chocolate was more intense. Maybe I will have to toss in some mini chips, or some cocoa powder next time……

Second steep, I added a little more tea and a few shakes of Dutch process cocoa powder. Yum. More chocolately goodness!

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Too much mint, too little chocolate and weak withal.

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