Chocolate Spice

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Herbal Tea
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Chocolate, Spices
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Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Four O'Clock Organic

Introducing our latest creation: Chocolate Spice, which builds a bridge between the Aztecs’ way to prepare the ”Xocoatl”, an ancient beverage made from chocolate and India’s traditional use of fragrant spices. This results in a beverage both irresistible and decadent, which can be enjoyed as a Latté by adding milk or soy beverage.

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1434 tasting notes

Ah, Herbal Infusion’s Vanilla Cacao is a much more accurate and authentic version of xocolatl than this. This is just… meh. I think someone bought this for me and thus I’ve got it in the house. Should probably donate it, as it’s just outside my taste bud preference.

Boiling 6 min, 15 sec

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108 tasting notes

I’m logging this again to follow up on my note to self: try it with some black tea, and see what happens. Well, the only black tea on hand here at work is Bigelow’s English Breakfast, which I usually avoid if at all possible. The combination of the two, however, was fantastic! See my note, here:

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19 tasting notes

It’s a yummy dessert tea! It smells nice. I have to steep it longer to bring out the flavours, but the spice isn’t overpowering and pairs well with the chocolate. It’s a nice caffeine free alternative to my favourite: Chocolate Chili Chai

I said I used 1 tsp, but it’s a bagged tea, so I used one bag.

Flavors: Chocolate, Spices

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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24 tasting notes

One of my favorite chocolate teas. The smell is amazing, but I often find dessert teas smell great but sadly lack in flavour. Not this one!


This one is pretty good:-)

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183 tasting notes

I used this as the base of a chai. Wow, it was delicious. I opened up 3 teabags and added 1 C of water and 1.5 C of vanilla almond milk. I added 2 tsp of cane sugar and steeped for 10 min on the stove. It was better than hot chocolate. The spice is mild, but it is there.

I haven’t tried this straight yet, and seeing how good it was as a chai, I probably won’t. It would likely be a bit weak as a straight tea.

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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25 tasting notes

Loved this te, very chocolately and very good.

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38 tasting notes

Sad to say, the first tasting of this tea is “meh” – very weak, perhaps because of a lack of a black or rooibus base tea. Not strong or spicy. Will try again with some black or rooibus tea, and also with two tea bags. Added some vanilla coconut milk and agave nectar, but didn’t “decadent” it up much. Disappointed thus far…

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30 tasting notes

I really love this one when I’m craving a sweet treat. I find it best with vanilla stevia and milk. I don’t usually sweeten tea but I find this one needs it to make it decadent enough to satisfy.

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