Decaffeinated Chocolate Cream Tea

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Our Decaffeinated Chocolate Cream is a delicious blend of decaffeinated black tea, chocolate pieces, and flavoring. It brews a cup of tea with a rich, creamy, chocolate aroma and taste, giving you the perfect opportunity to have something sweet before bed! Try adding milk for an even creamier treat! Use one teaspoon per cup and steep 3-5 minutes.

Our decaffeinated teas are naturally decaffeinated using a process that removes caffeine without using chemicals of any sort. The freshly plucked tea leaves are briefly soaked in water and gently flushed with carbon dioxide (CO2). The CO2 binds to the caffeine molecules and extracts them from the tea, leaving behind all the natural proteins that give tea its flavor. It also leaves many of the polyphenols and antioxidants intact, so it’s still good for you.

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Many, many thanks to SimplyJenW for sending me this tea to try!!!!!

I haven’t had much experience with decaf teas besides my Extremely Beloved Vanilla Comoro, and one less than stellar go with Decaf Hot Cinnamon Spice, so I was really excited to try this. I used my usual black flavored tea brewing method, which I think was a bit of a mistake – I got a little bitterness/astringency/funny decaf flavor. I get this extremely dry tongue feeling and a slight chemical aftertaste? Does anyone else get that w decafs?

Anyhoo – it reminded me a lot of H&S chocolate tea- if I could just lessen that funny decaf thing I have going on!! She also sent me a chocolate mint decaf, and I’ll bet you anything the mint will mitigate that funny unpleasantness, as will a shorter brew time/more tea trick that I do w VC (4 min, heaping teaspoon tea).

Here’s to experiments! clink tea cups

P.S. My husband drained his cup alarmingly fast and doesn’t taste chemicals – maybe it’s my very active imagination?

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SimplyJenW

I usually do 3 minutes on my decafs. I also wish they were slightly better, but my poor body can’t handle the caffeine after about 5 pm. And nothing compares to Vanilla Comoro!

ashmanra

Not an overactive imagination, but a highly sensitive palate! That is why you are a good cook. I have only had a few decaf teas, and the two decaf Irish Breakfast (or assam) teas I have tried were awful! They tasted like the rinse water from a teapot – with a little soap added! Weak, weak,weak! I love Vanilla Comoro and Harney’s Decaffeinated, which is a decaf Orange Pekoe. Have you tried it? I can send you some!

JacquelineM

ashmanra – I do want to try Harney’s Decaffeinated :) I won’t beat around the bush – lol :) A delicious plain black decaf tea would be so amazing for desserts and those nights where you just simply want tea without razzmatazz!

ashmanra

Consider it “on its way!”

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I am trying to finish up about an ounce of this that I have left. It is not on my reorder list. However, it is not too bad if I add a tsp of Diet Hot Cocolate mix and a touch of sweetener.

This is the second tea I have tried with this method. And up next is a decaf strawberry. I get about three jumbo mugs of cocoa tea with one pouch of Diet Hot Cocoa mix that is 25 calories. Each jumbo mug is under 10 calories. I like the option for cocoa tea in the evenings, but like the option for just tea, too. This works for me.

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