Finishing off the last of my sample of this one from Amanda. Yum, thanks! A pretty good honeybush blend. Honeybush is a lot better than rooibos, imo.
Special Thanks to Amanda for this one!
I would agree with Amanda’s comment about it smelling a little like Coffee after infusing and before sipping! Once I began my own personal sipping process – it was a nice change up!
The honeybush was nice and sweet but somewhat creamy at the same time. The caramel was sweet and creamy, too, but in a different way – from the honeybush. There was a noticeable Milk-chocolate creamy/sweet chocolate hanging out in the background, too! The end sip on to the aftertaste was VERY sweet – but naturally – and lingering. A pure delight!
Yes! This is a nicely flavored honeybush. Not over flavored but sweet and memorable!
Carrying on down the chocolate tea river with this blend.
It has an amazing chocolate caramel scent, like an actual chocolate bar or those caramel chocolate sweets you get in mixed tins/boxes for Christmas. As strong and delicious as this smells it’s also a little on the dry side.
The caramel comes through nicely, not too sweet but very nice against the rich chocolate base. It also has a wafer like flavour present amongst the after taste. Luckily there is no real dryness in flavour to this tea so it must have been in the scent only. The caramel grows stronger as I pour myself another cup, becoming more creamy and sticky like too.
I really like this tea though my husband said he prefers The Malt Shop by Della Terra which is the last chocolate tea we had together earlier on.
I received a sampling of this tisane from someone … and found it in my stash tonight. I don’t know how old it is … but judging from the existing tasting notes on this, it would seem it’s probably at least a year old. It’s still flavorful. I taste honeybush … nutty, sweet, honey-like. I taste caramel … sweet and the caramel adds a creamy element to the cup. The chocolate is weak. I don’t know if that’s because of the age of the sample or because the chocolate just wasn’t strong enough for my chocoholic tendencies. The flavor does build though, and now that I’m midway through the cup, I notice more chocolate than I did at the start.
Overall, it’s decent. Because it is an older sample … I’m not going to rate this.
I should at least take a picture of this tea so there’s something. I went to use a 50% off coupon at ZenTea and saw this. It’s not on their site, but it’s in the store so that’s all I really know about it.
It smells very caramelly in the bag. The honeybush is coarser than I’m used to, which is perfectly fine because that means less bits in the cup.
Steeped up, it smells a lot like coffee. Thankfully it doesn’t really taste like it. The chocolate tastes kind of artificial and thin, but the caramel is good stuff.
The honeybush is okay, I can’t really taste it. I would like to be able to because I think it would help out the chocolate taste. Maybe I should have just kept on steeping it, but I think it had already been 10 minutes.
I’ll let it steep much longer next time and see if I like it more.