Super Chocolate (organic)

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Green Rooibos Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “1 TB for 450 mL water, 1 scant tsp white sugar. My beloved Super Chocolate is STILL unavailable from the DavidsTea site. It’s been three months now! A dear friend recently visited...” Read full tasting note
  • “So… I did a Bad Thing today, and my mom and I went to DavidsTea. Turns out the one here has many of the online-only teas, so I picked up some Super Chocolate, and a few other teas I didn’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “As time goes on I enjoy this tea as much as I enjoy chocolate ( which is a lot ) I mean like the chocolate aroma and all around smell surrounding this particular tea is pretty outgoing and...” Read full tasting note
  • “I accidentally let this one go to 7 minutes when I only meant to do 4 or 5. Steeped, this smelled like Candy Cane Lane. I’m guessing that was from the green tea/cinnamon combination (Candy Cane...” Read full tasting note


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On the surface, this seems like a delicious organic chocolate tea with a nice hint of cinnamon. But take a closer look and you’ll find that it’s actually an arsenal of flavonoids and other immunity-enhancing compounds. That’s because it contains both green rooibos and green tea, two impressive sources of antioxidants. So while you indulge, it’s secretly fighting free radicals and other bad guys.

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79 Tasting Notes

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Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box

Wow, I wasn’t sure what to expect with this one, but I really like it! It’s a little like Stormy Night, but it lacks the black tea and coconut-ness of it. It’s a bit weird unsweetened since you definitely taste the slightly vegetal green tea, but once I added a bit of sweetener, it was a nice, spicey mix – definitely lots of yummy cinnamon. I’m not getting much chocolate, maybe a hint of cocoa? I think the rest of this is going to be sticking around in my cupboard (sorry future tea traveler peeps)!

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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262 tasting notes

I was drinking this tonight (on my 3rd steep now) and I wasn’t going to review it.. as I already had and didn’t really think anything was going to change taste-wise. But tonight, I decided to try adding a touch of agave to it.
Oh gosh.
It’s like the cinnamon spices come alive and start dancing and shining in my mouth. So much better. It only took maybe 1/8th to 1/4th of a tsp of agave to do this too! Which makes me very happy and I will have to get more of this tea. It’s absolutely wonderful.

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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749 tasting notes

This one is nicely done. Most certainly chocolate and green tea with a hint of cinnamon. I enjoyed this and once I’m back home I’ll have to try the resteep.

I wouldn’t necessarily re-order, only because Cocoa Canela is similar and the mate seems to work a little better with the chocolate than does the green tea. Overall a tasty tea.

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206 tasting notes

So I was going through my swap bin and I found a huge envelope I got from ashleyef and bam! all kinds of DAVIDsTEA and some fall yummies to keep me happy until the Traveling tea box:) (Does a happy dance)
Hmmmmm. So I had a hard 2 steepings of this. Both times I forgot about it and they steeped for farrrrrrrrr toooooooo long. Ridiculously way too long, due to cooking and homework. So, third time is a charm right? I got the steep just right, but unfortunately this tea let me down by the name. Maybe it has something to do with not really liking rooibos. I couldn’t find the chocolate at all. Just cinnamon. Aw man! Thank you for the sample!

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78 tasting notes

So the name of this tea of course got me, I had to try it! This is my first time having a bit of green rooibos, plus I don’t drink very much green tea because I just haven’t gotten into it yet. The smell was not what I was expecting at all it was sort of fruity but almost in the over-ripened stage. There was also a hint of cinnamon but I did not smell chocolate at all!

The liquor was a pale almost golden orange color really pretty and the brewed leaves were really interesting because it had the rooibos leaves and then the green tea leaves and it was really pretty.

The smell of the tea was still the same if not a bit stronger… I was not sure if I could actually drink it… the smell was very off putting to me. But because the name had chocolate in it I had to at least try it. The first sip was very sweet, much sweeter than i thought it would be. There was a fruity/vegetal taste and then there was the sweetness of cinnamon. But where is the chocolate?

After letting it cool, it is still very sweet with some fruitiness… i can’t really place the smell or the taste. There is some creaminess which I think is the chocolate as well a bit of the sweetness is from the chocolate but there is not much of a chocolate taste that I can tell… I have read that this tea varies quite a bit so maybe this pouch was more fruity than chocolaty. I don’t think that I will buy more of this though it just wasn’t quite what I wanted.

195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec
Michelle Butler Hallett

Ai, this blend … I love it, but it has been erratic, and it is not heavy on the chocolate. With a really long, long steep — like 10 minutes or more — some gentle chocolate comes through, but there’s no super cocoa punch to it. The “Super,” I think, must refer to the antioxidant hit.

David’s Tea are busy reformulating this blend. The new one shoudl be out in mid-April.


Thanks so much for the response! I may have to try a super long steep and see how it goes!

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86 tasting notes

I didn’t really believe that this was going to be a chocolate-flavoured tea. My brain just said that it wasn’t possible. So I guess I’m not super disappointed that there was only the slightest hint of chocolate in my tea. The main thing I noticed was the bitterness of the green tea. What is with me and green tea??? I just cannot get the timing right to avoid messing everything up! I did get the cinnamon notes which was really nice.

I’m going to have to try this again before I give it a rating. And maybe drink it sometime other than right after dinner when I would much rather have real chocolate LOL

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Try steeping it at a lower temperature. I absolutely hated this tea when I first got it because of the bitterness and overwhelming cinnamon flavor. I made it last night at about 180 degrees and steeped for 3 minutes. Much, much better.


Thanks for the advice! I’ll have to give it another try :-)

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58 tasting notes

Thanks Emilie for this bonus sample:)

I really enjoyed this tea:) It’s not mind blowingly amazing but it’s still good. You know what it reminds me of? Apple turnovers and pie…but I don’t think there is ANY apple in it, haha! I could taste a little chocolate and a soft bit of cinnamon (not as strong as Cinnamon Roll HB by 52teas) but very pleasant. I couldn’t really taste the green tea…but then again I wasn’t really drinking it for that part, lol. I steeped about 1tsp worth 0 that’s all I had…for 4 minutes and couldn’t really taste any of the chocolate so I put it back in for another 4 minutes…and yum!
I just may purchase some in the future. Woo!

Boiling 8 min or more

I think this one was on the discontinued list :(

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180 tasting notes

Sipdown! Ok, for a tea that I don’t particularly love, I went through my 50g pack awfully fast. Maybe I liked it more than I realized? Hmmm….

Truthfully, it’s mainly because I find this tea is so darn mild that I kept mixing it with other chocolate teas in order to extend the dwindling leaves I had left of those preferred flavors. And it made a spectacular compliment to DT’s mint chocolate rooibus, so I drank several cups that way!

My personal goal is to never let my tea supply reach over 30 loose leaf teas at a time. And since I placed two orders yesterday and I’m planning a trip to David’s Tea this weekend, I’m desperately drinking as much as humanly possible to clear out some space. So yay to finishing this one off.

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307 tasting notes

Day 91 (yesterday) of my 101 days of DAVIDsTEA challenge.

1.5tsp steeped in-cup in my tea ball.

This is one of the teas that… I think was misnamed. I see that there are cocoa nibs in it, but the primary taste for me the first steep was that of the cinnamon, and the flavour of the next two was oddly reminiscent of marshmallow….

That being said, I quite enjoyed the tea…. it just wasn’t as chocolatey as the name suggested it might be.

3 min, 30 sec

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25 tasting notes

It took me a long time to determine what this tea smelled and tasted like but when I figured it out, every time I take a sip, I cannot stop thinking about Winter and Christmas.

It just smells like the season I suppose. It’s a really tasty tea that smells just as good as it tastes. It has a hint of coco taste and the cinnamon, while prominent is not over powering. Great tea.

4 min, 0 sec

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