drank Azteca Fire by Teavana
2816 tasting notes

Thanks to Ze_Teamaker for the sample of this tisane!

Okey dokey, I am skeptical of chocolate flavored teas, they are almost always a disappointment, I think you should just cut the chase and go straight for the hot chocolate. :P

I steeped this for 7 minutes which is a little bit longer than the instructions suggested. It definitely SMELLS like chocolate. The flavor is sort of a watered down chocolate mixed with fruit, the spicy element is present but much milder than I thought it would be. I thought this was better after I added soymilk to it because then it became like chocolate milk. :)

I might try adding some black tea to the rest of it and see what that does. It was better then I thought it would be but I am not dying to get any of my own…

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec

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I tend to not drink things I know I will hate so a lot of my tea ratings are on the higher side. Here’s my rating system, sorta

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