White Chocolate

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 319 ml

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  • “Wooaaahhh. Not sure what I’ve done here, but this is crazy bitter/astringent too. I think this one was oversteeped… maybe I’ll see if adding some water helps, because this one’s usually pretty...” Read full tasting note
  • “Who knew that getting back home, just 550 miles from where I had been, one state away, would be SO COLD. It’s finally reached 60 here but that’s still 25 degrees cooler (more w/the heat index!!)...” Read full tasting note
  • “Did a little experimenting with this one today. I had the brilliant idea to add pumpkin pie spice! I thought, you know, I really like getting a pumpkin spice white mocha at Starbucks, and I happen...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sip down! I also did a brainless pour from my tea pot, missing my cup completely, pouring right on my lap. At least the tea wasn’t really hot. Felt like trying this tea at 185F instead of the lower...” Read full tasting note

From Della Terra Teas

If you love white tea and white chocolate you MUST have this tea! It combines the naturally sweet, slightly malty flavor of a fine white tea mixed with the ivory colored, sweet, cocoa derived confectioners creation of white chocolate! We think you’ll agree that these two just go together.

Ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, white chocolate flavor, white chocolate chunks.

Suggested brewing tips:

Serving Size: 1 tsp./6oz serving

Water Temp: 149-158°F

Steep Time: 1- 3 minutes

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44 Tasting Notes

465 tasting notes

Finally, after several new samples that really didn’t make it for me, I have a lovely white tea with a nice white chocolate taste. Aroma is good. Nice smooth aftertaste. Very relaxing even on a warm day.

Weight Watchers went fairly well today. Even with no exercise because of my sprained knee I stayed the same weight which I count as a win this week.
Then walking back into the house, I had to carry all the groceries and stuff at one time. (You know what I mean, why do we think we can’t make two trips?) I tripped and fell landing on both knees and scrapping my already sore leg. Really, that’s just what I need!!!
Loving husband I are going on a short vacation to the Rock N’ Roll hall of fame. Lots of walking!!


I’m glad you found one you liked! And staying where you were at, weight wise, is always a small victory. Enjoy your vacation!


Yeah for the consist weight! I’ve done WW before too and know that sometimes that’s what you hope for! Hope your knee is better for all the walking so you can enjoy your vacation!

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513 tasting notes

Thanks again to the travelling tea box. This was nice, I am not always crazy about the base Della Terra puts on their teas, but this one was nice and light. The chocolate shone through an it was sweet, but not too sweet, which was exactly what I was looking for this evening,

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75 tasting notes

Surprisingly light tea since, for me, white chocolate usually invokes expectations of “thick and creamy.” Sweetener is necessary to taste the white chocolate and adding too much cream can easily mute the chocolate flavor.

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1113 tasting notes

Another awesome surprise swap sample from Jennkay

Della Terra teas are pretty hit or miss with me…this one is shockingly good! Even though I oversteeped it slightly, it has a nice creamy white chocolate flavor, even without sugar. I don’t mind the slightly drying astringency of the oversteeped white tea! Tasty!

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345 tasting notes

T&C TTB 3/23

This is good, more nutty than chocolate. That works for me because I don’t always like chocolate flavoring. I was surprised how nutty it tasted and that I waited for the correct temperature.

Thanks Kat_Maria for sharing :)

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181 tasting notes

Tea & Cards TTB

Absent-mindedly brewed this one up after a long day at school…I’m actually rather impressed with this cup.

The white chocolate is there, but it’s not overwhelming – it adds a smooth, sweet-ish note over the white tea base (which is actually a tiny bit bitter, but not obnoxiously so) and contributes to the overall nutty mellowness of the cup. I’ll admit that I like the aroma a bit more than the taste, but I think that’s more due to the head cold I’m dealing with than any failing in the blend.

Overall it’s nice enough, but I don’t know if I’d buy it in the future.

160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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38 tasting notes

it has a light chocolate taste with a twist just wish I had more of it

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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3655 tasting notes

Well this is not that bad. I was a tad bit concerned because I found White Chocolate Coconut Cream to have an over-the-top richness. Luckily there is none of that here. The base is present but not at all overpowering and the white chocolate flavor is smooth and has just the right amount of sweetness. All in all, pretty tasty. Though, it is not something I am rushing to restock anytime soon and given it is no longer available on their site, I suppose others felt the same. However, I am intrigued as to how the White Chocolate Raspberry tasted as I could imagine a raspberry flavor blending quite nicely with this cup.

Flavors: Chocolate

160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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343 tasting notes

This is pretty good. It’s creamy (on the tongue as white teas tend to be) and almost sweet enough on its own, but I still added sweetener. But for some reason for the majority of the cups (on steep #2), I’m getting more caramel than white chocolate; in fact, it reminds me quite a bit of their Caramel Oolong (not exact but close enough for the association in my head).

I can’t find this anymore on their website, so I’m not sure if they no longer make this, but I had originally picked it up in a try me pack. I’m not horribly disappointed it won’t be available to repurchase, but I’ll happily sipdown the 1/2oz I’ve got.

165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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218 tasting notes

The first time I had it, it was kind of disgusting. But I didn’t have my variable temp. kettle then, so I probaby steeped it at a WAY too high temperature. Especially if you consider what DTT suggests for brewing this – a super-low 149-158 F.

So I steeped it at a very low temperature (still not as low as they recommended) and it came out much better. At least much better than I remember it.

The aroma still doesn’t steal my heart away. I detect some artificial roasty caramel. I can’t smell any white tea. I also detect more caramel in the flavor, rather than chocolate, white or otherwise, and a little bit of white tea shines through although weakly. I can also taste some roasty notes, more and more pronounced as the tea cools down.

Although, admittedly, you gotta take my tasting notes with a pinch of salt today because since yesterday I have had a minor cold that seems to affect my taste buds most of all :( Don’t you hate when that happens? Still, even though I cannot fully taste it, the tea seems to be the best remedy.

165 °F / 73 °C 1 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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