Chocolate Cake Honeybush

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Herbal Honeybush Blend
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Caramel, Chocolate, Rose, Vanilla
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Boiling 7 min, 30 sec

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  • “Once I opened the bag of this I could smell Caramel and Chocolate…more Caramel than Chocolate but the aroma was terrifically-awesome! Once infused I could smell the chocolate more and the caramel a...” Read full tasting note
  • “Tisane of the evening….. (SRP #33) I love a good desserty honeybush blend. This one has notes of chocolate (although, like LiberTEAS, I do wish it was a little more prevalent), caramel, and rose. ...” Read full tasting note
  • “Smells wonderful, reminds me of the chocolate cake liqueur my girlfriends were on about a couple years back. You’d think the rose element might be kind of weird, but it makes it seem like a...” Read full tasting note
  • “I usually am kinda iffy when it comes to Chocolate Flavored Teas. Sometimes, they just feel like they are trying too hard to be chocolate-y. This one I very much like. It tastes a bit more...” Read full tasting note

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Don’t we all love a piece of chocolate cake now and again? This creation is a must for all chocolate fans with its lively, sweet, chocolaty cake aroma and the beautiful decoration of rosebuds.

Ingredients: Honeybush, chocolate chips, caramel cream pieces, flavoring, rosebuds

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Toasty and caramel-y. I’m not really picking up on the chocolate, but there does seem to be some sort of baked goods scent coming from my cup. There’s also something perfume-y and slightly artificial in the aftertaste.
There’s a strong wood flavor that I’m thinking is the honeybush. I think I don’t dislike it.
I feel like I’m the middle of the woods sniffing at slice of cake.
I might brew it stronger next time and add sugar and milk.

Boiling 6 min, 15 sec

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This definitely smells like chocolate cake once brewed! The taste is way more subtle, more like the essence of chocolate cake rather than the flavor – what’s interesting is that it’s definitely chocolate cake I’m getting, not just chocolate, but that particular cakey flavor. Not very sinful, and unlikely to replace dessert, but it’s a fun cup of tea if tea can be said to be fun.

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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You totally can’t judge this tea by the smell of the dried leaves alone. When you take a whiff of the dry blend, it’s more of a caramel creme smell. It’s only after hot water melts the chocolate bits that the smell of chocolate come through; along with notes of toasty vanilla and a subtle hint of floral. I didn’t find the floral rose notes until I began looking for them, but after you’re aware, it does add a nice complexity to the cup.

I should also add that I’ve never liked a chocolate desert type tea. I guess I’ve changed my mind!

Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Rose, Vanilla

Boiling 8 min or more

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