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This tea bag was from a family member’s work. She found it stuffed at the bottom of the wrong tea box. So it’s quite possibly pretty old.

Tasting Notes: The cocoa shells come through along with some notes of campfire smoke and wood. The monk fruit adds some sweetness that perhaps for some might remind someone of a dessert. Although I don’t get dessert from this cup just sweetness and roasted earthy and smoky flavors. It is a pretty interesting tea just not what you would expect. The chocolate notes with the sweetness and complexity of the other notes I would say that this could be considered a dessert tea for some but it would be a chocolate perhaps with some salt.

I would drink this myself occasionally but it’s not a tea I need to have in my cupboard per say. This tea is quite tricky to describe so it’s best to try it on your own and form your own opinion of it.

Flavors: Char, Chocolate, Cocoa, Earth, Roasted, Salt, Smoke, Sweet, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 6 OZ / 192 ML

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I’ll try any tea at least once.

Favorite Flavors:
-Banana
-Coconut
-Hazelnut
-Rice
- Eucalyptus
-Herbs/Medicinal
-Peach
-Melon
-Spearmint
-Ginger

I drink tea for many reasons: For pleasure, health benefits, mindfulness, to help with anxiety, hydration because I have always struggled with drinking plain water.

Love: All Green teas,Sweetness, Chamomile,Eucalyptus,
Medicinal teas,Floral,Bergamot,Creaminess, Roasted, Stevia, Grassy, Vegetal, Matcha,Seaweed notes, Green Rooibos, Licorice Root, Jasmine.

Picky about:hibiscus,peppermint.

Can’t Stand:Lemongrass(I’ve tolerated it on a few occasions mainly in black teas.) I’m really sensitive to it. I don’t drink teas with figs in them either.

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