I feel like I’m getting more cherry in this cup. I also gets hints of chocolate that remind me of scratch and sniff sticker chocolate. I dumped the rest of this sample in my steeper, so I probably overleafed it a touch, but I think it works out well. I don’t quite get what the latte part of the name is about, unless it is a suggestion to add creamer which I will try before this cup is done. Oh wow, adding creamer does make this tea pop! I never would have thought to add cream to an oolong for some reason. The cherry seems more pronounced, taking over the sip while the chocolate comes in on the finish. I’m liking this cup, but it’s not quite enough to reel me in for a reorder although I would try the flavors again if it were on a black base.

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Lexie Aleah

Are you just adding half and half when you refer to adding creamer?

Dustin

I get the soy creamer from Trader Joe’s. It is lightly sweetened.

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Lexie Aleah

Are you just adding half and half when you refer to adding creamer?

Dustin

I get the soy creamer from Trader Joe’s. It is lightly sweetened.

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