Moose Tracks Black Tea

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Black Tea
Almonds, Black Tea, Chocolate, Coconut, Coffee Beans, Hazelnut Natural Flavouring
Chocolate, Coffee, Creamy, Mocha, Nutty
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 15 oz / 443 ml

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  • “Yay! It’s the end of the week. And I’m nearly over my cold too! :O But I’m worn out. I fell asleep on my bus for a few minutes and was jarred awake after we passed the 401 and I had a brief moment...” Read full tasting note
  • “I am not a huge fan of coffee but for some reason I am always drawn to coffee flavored teas. This is definitely a tasty cup. First sip, I just got coffee but as I continued to drink some of the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Was reading Cavocorax note and all the comments about this one. Based on her comments I had to try it. Went rummaging through my huge pile of BF teas that I haven’t put away yet, and pulled it...” Read full tasting note
  • “To be completely honest, I thought this was going to be like the Denali ice cream flavor Moosetracks (vanilla ice cream with fudge ripple and peanut butter cups) and I was really intrigued how that...” Read full tasting note

From Herbal Infusions

Being a Canadian tea company it was only proper that we pay homage to our Northern four legged friend the moose. Although the moose is said to have poor eyesight he makes up for it with an impeccable sense of smell and we are sure that he would approve of our moose tracks black tea blend!

This tea is carefully crafted in-house using organic coconut, fair trade coffee beans, organic almonds, hazelnut, chocolate, and a rich base of Sri Lankan black tea. The result is a tea blend that has hints of chocolate, coffee, and rich, malty black tea. It’s the perfect winter pick me up tea and a huge hit in Toronto at the various restaurants we blend this up for!

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24 Tasting Notes

1780 tasting notes

A sample from Miss B I’m almost through the box of samples she sent me now – there was so much in it I thought I’d never find the bottom! I didn’t read any reviews or the description before I brewed this one up, and surprisingly I came out pretty close to the mark with my initial thoughts. In the tsp I used, I could see coconut shreds, slivers of almond, and a coffee bean amongst the black tea base. I gave it approximately 3.5 minutes in boiling water, and added a splash of milk.

To taste, I’m getting coffee and chocolate in the initial sip – very reminiscent of a mocha, although not as intense. There’s a nuttiness in the mid-sip, and a rich smoothness that could just about be caramel. The base is fairly robust and deliciously malty, so even though the coffee flavour is fairly prominent, you never forget that you’re actually drinking tea. When it comes to coffee-flavoured tea, that’s the way I like it.

I’m enjoying this one. It’s definitely different, and it’s making for a good wake-up cup. I’ve tried maybe one or two coffee-flavoured teas before, but this is definitely my favourite so far. It’s not too overpowering, it’s still decidedly tea, and the nutty-chocolate flavours work really well. I’d buy more of this one.

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp

I liked this one, and I don’t even like coffee! I had a bad experience with the company though, so I don’t think I’ll be buying from them again.

Evol Ving Ness

I do not like that this Canadian company, that physically used to be just down the street from my world, charges orders in American dollars. I too will not order from them again.


Having had no personal negative experience with the company, I can’t comment. My note was based purely on my experience with the tea, which I enjoyed.

Evol Ving Ness

Apologies about my mini-rant. This tea indeed does sound great.

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2391 tasting notes

Awesome to see this one in MissB’s sale box! Thank you so much! Coffee, hazelnut, chocolate, coconut, almonds. I love those teas with coffee beans in them. Davidstea has a couple. Bluebird has one. They’re all good. The brew of this one ends up being a dark red, not super dark like those others (of course, that’s the tea and not the coffee beans). The base kind of reminds me of Butiki’s Premium Taiwanese Assam but the leaves don’t look the same. It’s hard to tell under all these flavors though. It tastes like coffee, malty, nutty. Yum. But I love the super darkness of those other blends. The pu-erh or the black tea that looks like coffee seem to suit these flavors but this is certainly a good cup. I don’t think coconut needed to be here though since I’m worried it will eventually ruin the blend. Not yet though!
Steep #1 // heaping tsp // few minutes after boiling // 3 minutes
Steep #2 // couple min a.b. // 4 min

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1104 tasting notes

So… Coffee? Na, this is a smooth black tea with notes of caramel and nuts. Absolutely smooth and tasty. Fantastic cup of tea. I may end up buying some of this actually. Surprising taste

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1474 tasting notes

Somehow, I bought this tea about two years ago now (possibly shorter, but I think that’s about right), and never opened it. Huh?

As I’m going through all of my teas (yes, ALL of them), I’m making sure I have what I say I have, and removing the ones that have disappeared from my tea cupboard on Steepster. It’s quite the project…. so if I haven’t tried something, and I have it, well, I’m trying it. If I love it, I’ll drink it. If I don’t absolutely LOVE it, I’m passing it along. This tea? Passing it along.

Why? Well, it’s very much a coffee tea – which isn’t a bad thing. I’d call it a mocha tea, really, and it’s quite creamy, nutty, coffee-ish, with some chocolate in there to boot. Nice, yes. Rich and flavorful. If I want coffee though, I’d prefer to drink coffee, if that makes any sense. I guess this technically IS coffee, as there are bits of coffee beans in it. Still, it’s not a “madly in love” tea, so it’s off to the sale box. Woohoo!

Flavors: Chocolate, Coffee, Creamy, Mocha, Nutty

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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484 tasting notes

Caveat Emptor! This company does not have their act together. My order was either never sent or lost in the mail, it took anywhere from a few hours to two weeks for them to answer emails, and when I finally got my order after six weeks, one of the items was missing.

So, I’m not a huge fan of coffee, but I really like everything else in this blend, so I decided to give it a try. At first I was disappointed. It mostly tastes sweet, with a light coffee flavor. But, as I sipped it, I started liking it better. It’s really smooth, not bitter at all, and tastes kind of creamy. I still feel that someone who likes coffee might enjoy this better, but it’s an interesting change of pace.

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773 tasting notes

doooodzz! freakin delicious! so good cavocorax . so. good.
had enough for only one cup and i re-steeped it the next day. yup that good.

i’m wearing press-on nails. i’m addicted. (moraiwe, if you read this and wanna talk nail stuff email me wink wink!) i tried them once before and was not good at them, but now i totally get it. oddree and i go on vacation to the beach next week and i have my glitter and neon nails picked out and my kindle fanfic loaded.

don’t forget: pack the tea!!


aw, I hope you guys have the best beach trip! :D


Beach trips! That sounds awesome.
Also, I’m glad you liked this tea. I think it’s currently my fave from HI.


BEACH NAILZ! bam hahahaha
aren’t they magnificent!?!


Woah. That’s freaking awesome.

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345 tasting notes

It’s still crazy for my brain when I drink a tea that taste like coffee.

This reminds me of instant flavored coffee or coffee with flavored creamer: Hazelnut and Chocolate. I can also see how moraiwe says it taste like chocolate covered espresso beans. I think I like it enough to order more; I’m just not sure if it will be 50g or another sample size. I plan on trying it iced to help decide the size. It’s still weird how much this reminds me of flavored coffee.
Edit: Yum, just made it iced. I’m going to be buying at least a 50g bag before Summer gets here.

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757 tasting notes

I dunno guys….I really want to love this one, but it came out weak. I don’t know if it is a brewing issue or whether the milk I added affected it. It’s far from horrible, but nowhere as rich as I had expected.

I don’t remember my exact steeping, but I think it was about 2 tsp (to fill 2 travel mugs) and probably about 3 minutes each steep. As per usual, I split the first steep between the two mugs and did the same with the second steep. I do it like this to reduce having one mug of weaker tea.

I’ll try it again, soon, but without the milk, perhaps.

Many thanks to Cavocorax for sharing some of this with me. One hopes that I’ll get a better steep next time.

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

Maybe try it for longer? I think I went with 4 minutes.
Glad it was ok, but i hope the next cup is better!


I found it quite thin and one-dimensional too.

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