Cocoa Java

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Brittle, Chocolate Chip, Cocoa Nibs, Coffee Beans, Natural Flavours, Sugar
Flavors
Candy, Chocolate, Coffee, Creamy, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Anlina
Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “Hidden Gems Tea Box: I really liked the smell of the dry leaf of this one. I also tend to go back and forth between tea and coffee depending on my mood for a particular day. I am in a tea mood as...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Take this review with a grain of salt, keeping in mind that I haven’t been a coffee drinker in years and I generally don’t like coffee aftertaste (though I still love the smell of it in the...” Read full tasting note
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From LuxBerry Tea

Legend has it that the consumption of coffee beans began in Ethiopia. Shepherds noticed that after consuming coffee berries, their goats became frisky and began to dance. African tribes soon began mixing coffee berries with fat to create “energy balls”. This rich combination of creamy yoghurt pieces, hazelnut brittle, a touch of cocoa and sweet chocolate, added to freshly roasted coffee beans and black tea is an exquisite mixture!

Ingredients: Black tea, cocoa bits, brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnut stone, invert sugar), chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), roasted coffee beans, flavor, freeze-dried yoghurt granules (skimmed milk yoghurt (lactose), sugar, maltodextrin, modified starch: di-carbophosphate, acidifying agent: citric acid).

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Hidden Gems Tea Box: I really liked the smell of the dry leaf of this one. I also tend to go back and forth between tea and coffee depending on my mood for a particular day. I am in a tea mood as this lovely Traveling Tea Box is on my counter but I thought this one would be a good place to start this morning. I cannot drink straight coffee. Keeping in mind that my version of coffee are the foo foo drinks, on to the tea -

I ended up adding milk and sugar to this. Doing that seemed to turn it into a creamy, yummy, hot chocolate. I’m not finding that I am getting the bite that I do when I try to drink coffee on it’s own. I could really see keeping this in rotation for those days that I think I want coffee but don’t want to go to the coffee shop to get a foo foo drink. Thank you Anlina for including this one!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec 3 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML

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Take this review with a grain of salt, keeping in mind that I haven’t been a coffee drinker in years and I generally don’t like coffee aftertaste (though I still love the smell of it in the morning.) But I asked Randi at LuxBerry to put together four samples of their most unique or signature blends, and this was one of the ones they included, so I’m giving it a try.

The dry leaf smells delicious. It smells exactly like those coffee creams you get in assorted boxes of chocolate. So far so good. I even eat those sometimes and don’t dislike them. Steeped, the liquor is deep brown and smells the same way. That chocolate, coffee, creamy, sweet, candy-like smell.

The sip is less sweet than it smells, and there’s a touch of that coffee sourness, which is one thing I dislike about coffee. It’s not bad though.

Actually this is quite good. I really love the smell, and the flavour is nice. It’s drinkable straight, but adding milk and sugar makes it better. The coffee flavour is mild and this kind of reminds me of hot chocolate with a splash of coffee to make it a mocha.

Not something I would reach for very often, but definitely worth trying, particularly if you’re a coffee drinker (I assume?) Much better than I expected, and better than other tea & coffee blends, which I’m kind of vaguely recall trying and I think I might have blocked out.

Flavors: Candy, Chocolate, Coffee, Creamy, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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