Black Forest Brownies

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  • “Sipdown (207) Another sample from Kittenna and also coincidentally one she had tonight as well. Thanks for sharing :) The reviews on this one have been pretty much just okay, nothing negative, but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another mediocre one for me. I can taste the cherry and the cocoa, but I wish it was on a black base instead of honeybush. That said, I’m not actually a big fan of black forest anything, so it’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Very cool concept – I would eat the fuck out of a black forest brownie, and I like that this tea is on a rooibos base! It smells intense though; very artificial and slightly medicinal cherry and...” Read full tasting note

From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for February 2019

Dark, rich cocoa with a touch of black cherry.

This tea is limited run, so once it is gone, it’s gone for the season. It is sold only in 0.5oz quantities.

honeybush tea, cacao nibs and shells, dried cherries, red cornflower, semi-sweet mini chocolate chips (sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, soy lecithin [an
emulsifier]), sprinkles (icing sugar (vegan), modified corn starch, corn starch,
fractionated palm kernel oil, cellulose gum, soya lecithin, vanillin, polysorbate 60),
natural flavors

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Sipdown (207)

Another sample from Kittenna and also coincidentally one she had tonight as well. Thanks for sharing :)

The reviews on this one have been pretty much just okay, nothing negative, but no one is overly enthusiastic. So I was quite surprised when my first sip tasted exactly like a brownie. It someone managed to capture the entire brownie experience from flavor to mouthfeel (as much as tea can capture the mouthfeel of a solid – dense and fudgey). Subsequent sips were not quite as spot on for the brownie flavor however there is more cherry coming through. Some fudginess and strong cherry that is bordering on cough syrup but still staying on the non-medicinal side of things. It is a pretty good tea actually that I would consider getting again if that were an option but at the same time I am not heartbroken that it is no longer offered.

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Another mediocre one for me. I can taste the cherry and the cocoa, but I wish it was on a black base instead of honeybush. That said, I’m not actually a big fan of black forest anything, so it’s probably not a tea for me!

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Very cool concept – I would eat the fuck out of a black forest brownie, and I like that this tea is on a rooibos base!

It smells intense though; very artificial and slightly medicinal cherry and like chocolate syrup: just seems like the flavourings haven’t mellowed out/settled yet. Steeped up this was fine but it was a bit intense/rough – similar to what I observed from the dry aroma is just seems like the flavouring is either too fresh/not settled or maybe just too generously applied; it’s a very strong artificial tasting cherry syrup taste though with a hint of medicinal undertone (possibly exaggerated from the base) and a chocolate syrup note. I think I need to wait until this tea has sat for a while before revisiting, just to let whatever is going on here mellow out a little bit…

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Whoa, that sounds like the best dessert I’ve never heard of.

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