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A velvety blend of Pu-Er, Cacao, Mate, Coconut and Long Pepper. This black blend is high in caffeine. Coco*Loco is energizing and uplifting.

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8261 tasting notes

sipdown! (166…oh yes i WILL get to 160 damnit!)
gross gross gross gross gross gross…OMG GROSS. thank you missB for sending this my way. Let me preface by saying i’m not a hige fan of coconut. I’ve been lucky to find a few blends that have it that i really enjoy because it’s that fresh tasting sort of coconut.

THIS? is that gross oily, smells like feet sort of, not natural at all kind of coconut. It assaults my tastebuds and nose. I took a sip and then couldn’d do anything more.

upside? one more tea off the list of ALL THE TEA! :)


Blech. I’ve read that a lot of their coconut teas tend to taste soapy too. They must use rancid stuff or something.


missb liked it haha



Haha. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?


On the bright side, you’re sooooo close to 160!


Omg. So glad I didn’t buy this.


Aw, that blows. Love your attitude about it! :)


Oh no! I have some of this in my cupboard. Tbh though, every ATR tea I have tried from my BF order I have sent away. The one exception was Brioche Orangic and even that I am not in love with.

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6770 tasting notes

Well, this is very scented! Sort of smells like Chocolate Milk and Black Pepper.
The Post-Infused Tea looks a little murky at first but it settles. It’s chocolate-esque and the coconut is a nice touch. There are hints of peppery-goodness too. I would say it’s fairly velvety, sure!

This is pretty good! I was afraid at first because of the Pu-erh but it ended up being quite good.

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998 tasting notes

I received this sample from the wonderful, generous ifjuly. Thank you!!!
I should love this, this is the style of tea that I really enjoy.
It’s just ok. I thought it was a bit watery, the flavors weren’t as bold as I would have liked. Nothing offensive, but not special either.

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1441 tasting notes

I decided I wanted a day of tasting yummy chocolate spicy teas today, and so I started with this one. Unfortunately, I think I missed somehow that this isn’t a spicy tea, but rather a quite mellow one. Nice, just mellow. Think coconutty creamy with a hint of spice at the end, and then some sweetness via a form of vanilla or maybe an added sweetener. It’s nice. It’s gentle. It’s loving.

I however, was looking for more of a wham, bam, thank you Ma’am kind of tea today.

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612 tasting notes

Intensely chocolatey, not sugary sweet candy bar; it’s taken me a while to figure out pu erh is go-to for that sort of thing. Very nutty too, almost savory. Super rich. That little bit of peppery spice at the end is great. I like. Part of me wants to do a side-by-side test with H&S Florence as I’m curious if I’d like this better now that I’ve grown a bit in my tea exposure. Hmm.

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328 tasting notes

This is similar to a chocolate/coconut puerh I had from David’s tea but this one is better. With the addition of the pepper, the spiciness is a perfect foil for the puerh. In fact, if you are looking for a strong chocolatey tea, I would look elsewhere. The spicy pepper defintely predominates….

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4847 tasting notes

Hmm… I suspect that this is the same tea as Rishi’s Chocolate Chai which I previously reviewed here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2010/10/27/chocolate-mate-chai-from-rishi-tea/ I had thought I wrote a tasting note about it as well, but, either it has disappeared or I didn’t post a tasting note … anyway…

This has a savory cocoa flavor. The pu-erh compliments the cocoa notes. A bold cup with a lot of flavor.

I like Rishi’s Chocolate Chai better because I like Rishi Tea better. Rishi’s price tag is better too.

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These are not the same teas…but are very similar.

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767 tasting notes

i like puerhs a lot, and i love coconut and chocolate, but something about this tea was a bit to chai for me?
i’m gonna definitely have it again and maybe add some milk and agave. i bet it will grow on me. it probably just wasn’t really what i was in the mood for is all.

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596 tasting notes

Super chocolatey! If you aren’t a pu’erh fan, this may be a bit too strong, but I’m really enjoying it.

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it’s got a nice kick…that’s for sure!

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247 tasting notes

This snowy morning, I decided to try yet another one of my ATR samples, Coco Loco. Upon opening the package, I smell almost a rich, vanilla-ish scent of baking cookie dough. It’s sweet, but deep, too.

I used the Breville at 200 degrees for 5 minutes.

Wow! It smells wonderful! Like fresh baked chocolate chip cookies with coconut, but not that overly sweet smell. The taste is really unique. I can taste chocolate and a slight bit of coconut. I don’t taste pepper at all, but there is a slight spiciness to it that is pleasant and piques my interest. It has an earthy, sweetish finish to it. It’s really good. I’ve never tried pu-er before and I’m guessing that this is what is creating the grounding effect and prevents it from going over the top, even thought it’s a mixture of other tea, too. It’s lovely!

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