Chocolate Stout Brownie Temi

Tea type
Black Tea
Black Tea, Cacao, Cacao Nibs, Hops, Natural Flavours, Raspberry Leaves
Alcohol, Bitter, Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Drying, Bread, Cacao, Chocolate, Hops, Malt, Pastries, Raspberry, Roasted Barley
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 266 ml

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From A Quarter to Tea

Flavored Sikkim Tea

Rich chocolate pastry flavored Temi estate tea, with a touch of dryness from hops and raspberry leaf.

1 tsp / 6 oz cup
3-4 minutes at 190F

Ingredients: black tea, cacao nibs and shells, raspberry leaves, German halertau hops, natural flavors

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1785 tasting notes

This is very light in flavor and now I find myself wishing I’d used two teaspoons instead of one. I was hoping for more of that fudgy flavor that others mention in their notes. It’s a little bitter, a little chocolaty, and there’s also some coffee in the mix. The stout does come through and it does have a touch of dryness as promised, but there isn’t any brownie for me. I’m not giving up though. I’ll try again with an extra scoop next time to see if that will add more to the flavor.

Flavors: Alcohol, Bitter, Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Drying

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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1242 tasting notes

It’s St. Patrick’s but I’m not sure I’m going to drink a beer today. I’m having this fitting tea just in case. It may taste like a dark boozy brownie but it also tastes like a delicious (albeit hot) craft beer too. Hurrah for Stout things (while the weather isn’t summer, which is Hefeweizen season).

This is hands down one of my favourite chocolate teas right now, and although it has that unmistakable trademark AQ2T dessert/chocolate blend flavouring I think it stands out from it’s counterparts too.

Flavors: Bread, Cacao, Chocolate, Hops, Malt, Pastries, Raspberry, Roasted Barley

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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1403 tasting notes

I am such a fan of this. I had been hoarding this last bit from the sample VariaTea shared with me, and it was divine. Thank you, VariaTea!

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13662 tasting notes

Thanks again for all the samples VariaTEA! This one is really quite good, especially if you like a good stout. haha. In my head i was expecting a little more chocolate but as i was drinking this, the flavour sort of built, like on the rare occasion i drink beer. Now i need to decide if i need more of this as it is quite unique and tasty.


Haha I am in the same boat where I am debating if I want more of this or not.

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6324 tasting notes

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This is chocolatey but age hasn’t done this well because the tea is a bit astringent/slightly bitter.

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