Chocolate Mint Black Tea

Tea type
Black Food Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Chocolate Chip, Mint, Natural Flavours
Flavors
Chocolate, Tea
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
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  • “I got this on a whim when stocking up on my African Summer. The flavor is not too sweet, not too minty. While it smells very strongly of chocolate, it mainly tastes like a smooth (non-bitter) black...” Read full tasting note
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From New Mexico Tea Company

http://www.nmteaco.com/Chocolate-Mint-Black_p_35.html

A perfect dessert tea with fresh lovely mint combined with full flavored chocolate and black tea. If you want a something without sugar, try this, a chocoholic favorite!

During its long history, chocolate was originally drunk, not eaten, with its origins being traced back to the ancient Maya, and Aztec civilization in Central America. The Maya used cocoa beans as a form of currency as well as a special ingredient in their drink. For the Europeans, in the 1600’s and 1700’s, there existed a hefty import duty on cocoa, resulting in chocolate becoming an item that only the wealthy could afford to enjoy.

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I got this on a whim when stocking up on my African Summer. The flavor is not too sweet, not too minty. While it smells very strongly of chocolate, it mainly tastes like a smooth (non-bitter) black tea with a slight chocolate aftertaste. Could probably be turned into a “dessert” tea by adding milk/sugar, but as-is it’s pretty good as a breakfast beverage.

The package of loose tea had two chocolate chips nestled on top. A cute touch (but probably not meant to be brewed).

Flavors: Chocolate, Tea

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