You totally can’t judge this tea by the smell of the dried leaves alone. When you take a whiff of the dry blend, it’s more of a caramel creme smell. It’s only after hot water melts the chocolate bits that the smell of chocolate come through; along with notes of toasty vanilla and a subtle hint of floral. I didn’t find the floral rose notes until I began looking for them, but after you’re aware, it does add a nice complexity to the cup.

I should also add that I’ve never liked a chocolate desert type tea. I guess I’ve changed my mind!

Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Rose, Vanilla

Boiling 8 min or more

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I am an experienced tea drinker – but a tea taster in training. I want to try a little bit of every tea I can get my hands on, and I guess you guys are all here for that ride. Enjoy!



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