Whisky Chocolate Truffle

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  • “This one wasn’t bad for a chocolate tea – definitely had that really rich, velvety, and dense chocolate flavour that I associate with a really good truffle. Dark chocolate all the way, as well. I...” Read full tasting note
  • “Tea from today….mostly because i know this one is decent enough because i’ve had it before and because i was tired of my cupboard count being at 41. lol sipdown! This is a sample from VariaTEA...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Back in March, I decided to celebrate my one-year of A Quarter to Tea subscription boxes by blogging about my “Anniversary Box” which included Green Velvet Cake, Pistachio and Cream Cookie, Hot...” Read full tasting note
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This one wasn’t bad for a chocolate tea – definitely had that really rich, velvety, and dense chocolate flavour that I associate with a really good truffle. Dark chocolate all the way, as well. I think it would likely make a killer latte. I didn’t really get ‘whisky’ from it though, which was a pinch disappointing. It also had enough overlap with the other chocolate teas I’ve had from AQ2T that I didn’t view it as wildly original either – in fact, it reminded me a lot of Chocolate Hazelnut Crepes, minus the nuts. Just SUPER similar.

I enjoyed both teas though, so it’s not a bad comparison. Still a good offering.

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Tea from today….mostly because i know this one is decent enough because i’ve had it before and because i was tired of my cupboard count being at 41. lol sipdown! This is a sample from VariaTEA and wasn’t terrible. Today it was a great tea to have with some sponge toffee…pure sugar and one of my weaknesses lol.

Kittenna

I have more than 41 teas sitting on my kitchen counter right now. It’s probably more like 100! This tea sounds good – is it recent? I wonder if I’ve had it (… probably).

Sil

I technically only have 12 teas and a bunch of samples from variaTEA that I working on slowly since my caffeine intake is limited. And I suspect this is “new” compared to your teas since I think variaTEA is at most about a year behind in terms of cupboard age? I think?

VariaTEA

This is about a year old now. Maybe a year and a half. Also, I recently discovered milk chocolate covered sponge toffee and it has been my weakness. I think I’ve gone through 5 bags in the past month…

Sil

Lol I just don’t buy it…but Ian brought some back as a treat a few weekends ago….

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Back in March, I decided to celebrate my one-year of A Quarter to Tea subscription boxes by blogging about my “Anniversary Box” which included Green Velvet Cake, Pistachio and Cream Cookie, Hot Cross Buns, and this tea.

This was my least favorite of the four teas in the box. Mostly that is due to me not really being the target audience for a blend like this. This had a bitter dark chocolate and alcohol vibe for sure. It also has a dried fruit/raisin/prune quality to it. I could see others enjoying this but it was not for me.

Green Velvet Cake and Pistachio and Cream Cookie were middle of the pack for me. Green Velvet Cake was a little vegetal for my tastes and was more frosting than cake. Meanwhile Pistachio and Cream Cookie made me think of a cookie with a hint of brown sugar, a hint of spice, and the distinct pistachio nuttiness. It also had a strong rose flavor which completely seemed out of place.

Hot Cross Buns was the stand out in the box by far. It was so good. The yunnan base had a strong bread flavor and the lemongrass tasted like a sweet glaze drizzled on top. The raisin pops up every now and again as an explosion of juicy sweetness, just as a raisin in a bun would explode when you bit into it. Honestly, this tea just captured fresh baked goods perfectly…warm, spicy, sweet, doughy and delicious!

Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2018/11/29/a-quarter-to-teas-tea-box/

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