Honey Malt w/ Chocolate Malt

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This tea mixes the intense sweetness and honey aroma from Honey malt with the extra roasted coffee flavor from the Chocolate Malt. Be Advised: Chocolate Malt gets it’s name from the dark brown color that is similar to the color of dark chocolate. It does not taste like chocolate!

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I personally love this!
This is not a chocolate tea.
However if you have ever brewed beer – home brew – you will absolutely appreciate the flavors of this tea!
Also if you like sweet teas – this is for you.
Coffee drinkers – or those trying to convert to tea – this, you will love.
Such a savory drink for fall and winter!


Honey and Malt and chocolate … what’s not to love there?


Full review will be on – http://sororiteasisters.com/ on the 17th! :) You can read it early though haha!

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OMG! What the HECK is this!? Why…it’s a surprise from Azz – thanks girl!

The honey whacked me in the face…but I liked it! LOL
After the initial Honey aroma I could also smell malt, coffee, chickory, and kidney beans! Seriously…those are the first things that came to mind, folks. It might not sound good but it is!

Interesting. Malty, Mead, Coffee-Bean, Kidney Bean, Barley, Chickory…combo of flavors. It’s thick in it’s texture. It almost smells and tastes like a Boullion of sorts, too! It’s very different but pretty good. VERY interesting!


I know right! This stuff is GOOD!!!!

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Malt tea? Crazy!

Well, I’ve had malt tea before, unsuccessfully. About 6 or 7 years back I noticed some grain teas at my local Korean Supermarket. I came home with a malted barley and black bean tea. Of course, the entire thing was in korean so I had no idea how to prepare it. I tried a few times and it either tasted like nothing, or if I left it in the fridge it went bad. Reflecting upon this, it probably wasn’t milled or whatever.

So I saw Azzrian on “share your orders” order a $1.50 sampler pack – a deal? I checked out malt tea.com and damn, it is a $1.50 + $1 shipping (promocode is on the sampler page) so I decided to check them out. Even without the sampler pack, you can get a pound for like $5! CRAZY!

Shipping took longer than expected, but came in a nice box tied with thin twine. Inside was lots of tea bags tied with twine and labeled. Very cute!

DRY: Smells of chocolate, malt and sweet. Bringing up childhood memories of a chocolate treat that I can’t remember. Ovaltine? I think Ovaltine!!!

STEEPED: I wanted to check out the bits, so I opened the tea bag and used a steeper. Brews up a dark brown tea (weird!). Smells really strong earthy grainy.

TASTE: Mysteriously sweet and totally malt flavored smooth. Not chocolately but a light coffee taste. Honey like aftertaste and freaky malty burps.

WHO SHOULD TRY THIS TEA: For $2.50 (including shipping) for 10 tea bags of various malt tea, why not? For this particular malt, I think coffee drinkers, sweet black tea types would like this for a caffeine free treat.

COMMENTS: totally ovaltine like to me, but no chocolate taste. I’m impressed how sweet this stuff is!
I wish the tea came with instructions. I had to look on their website for preparation (200f, 3 to 5 minutes) not sure how much water to use, but went with 1.5 cups or so.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

Fascinating! Definitely need to try some of these eventually.

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Okay so I admit I thought this was going to be chocolatey. Looked up how to brew it on the website and read the description. I wish my little sample pack had come with brewing instructions/more information. However, it was wrapped very nicely and came with a lovely quote. :)

So this is my first grain tea and I was really surprised at how dark it brewed! I didn’t think grains would produce that deep of a color, but then I thought about beer. It’s a deep chocolate color but not opaque. Smells sweet and of course malty. The description mentions coffee flavor which makes me a bit wary.

Tasting it… eh. I don’t like it. It’s not bad, the taste is just not my thing. However, I brought it over to the fiancé who loves coffee and he said it smelled like and gave it the stamp of approval, saying it has a “light coffee flavor”. Bonus for him is that it’s caffeine free which is the reason he stopped drinking coffee in the first place. So, no rating from me but he likes it!

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