Dry, the smell of the tea is really dominated by orange – in fact, I couldn’t pick up any chocolate at all. Steeped, the smell is much mellower, and the chocolate is just present enough to smooth things out while the orange sweetens things up.

The taste is lovely and light, and the chocolate and orange work well together to make a sweet, smooth flavour. I’m wondering if I should try steeping it a bit longer, though – the taste is a bit too light and gets a bit lost in the agave syrup I added.

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20-something year old university student aiming for a major in History and a minor in Archaeology. Started appreciating tea in 2009, and started loving loose leaf a year later.

My rating system:

Excellent! One of the best teas I’ve ever had. Clearly, it was delivered to us by the hands of the gods themselves. Would stockpile, order online, or kill to get more.

Good, and will keep stocked in my shelf if convenient.

Okay, nothing special.

Not very good. Would accept out of politeness, and then add too much sugar to mask the taste.

Bleh. I would rather drink mud.


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