3656 Tasting Notes
I had a bag of this at my sister’s but decided I should change what I have at her place and bring home all the teas that would be best iced or as a latte. That’s because she doesn’t have a milk frother at her place and no ice maker so teas that require those things are best to keep at home. At her place, I’ll have teas I drink plain.
Anyways, now that this is back in my cupboard, you can be sure I whipped up another chocolate milk latte and it is still amazing.
I made this as a chocolate milk latte last night after I had such success with Candy Cane Crush. When I brewed it up then, I ran short of chocolate milk and just decided to use more concentrated tea. So, it ended up tasting watered down and I assumed it was due to my portions. However, I made it this morning again and despite using my more typical milk to tea ratio, this still seems to be on the thin side. It’s lacking the real pop of mint that Candy Cane Crush had and I think the lack of white chocolate is detracting from the chocolate flavor. So, though it is not bad perse, it is truly disappointing. I think I prefer this as a latte made with regular milk.
One word: Floral. Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/09/01/rose-petals-from-the-tea-can-company/