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Thank you for sharing Roswell Strange but this is like all other cacao teas and they just aren’t for me. I got more earthiness/muddiness than I do chocolate. The best part of this iced latte is the whipped cream and chocolate syrup but if that’s why I am drinking a tea, I suppose it doesn’t matter what tea it is.
Quite dense, rich and chocolate-y – like the foundation for a really good cup of hot cocoa but without the milk added to it or any fun additions like marshmallows. It’s fucking amazing for a chocolate profile, though! What really gets me, however, is how it can have this natural fruitiness to it as well that still works so brilliantly, but confusingly, well. I guess I know cacao from different regions of the world have unique tasting notes – like any other harvested thing, and Equadorian chocolate is known for being a bit fruitier. It’s just so crazy seeing that in practice THIS clearly!!
I’ve had a lot of really mediocre “cacao shell tea” over the years, so I had low expectations for this one – but but it was gifted to me by a coworker and I figured I’d give it a shot. I steeped it about ten minutes since I know it takes longer for cacao teas to infuse, and even with that steep time I worried I may have cut it short. However, this was the MOST flavourful cacao shell tea I have ever had!
It was fucking AMAZING! Incredibly rich, sweet and dense chocolate flavours that tasted so pure. The liquor was very thin feeling, which was strange given the richness of the infusion, but that is my only criticism – this was otherwise amazing. Like drinking the world’s best hot chocolate.
Wow. Wow. Wow.