Honeybush Chocolate Cake

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Herbal Honeybush Blend
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Our first flavoured Honeybush. Honeybush tea, chocolate chips, caramel pieces, natural flavouring and rosebuds blended together.
Brewing Advice: One heaped teaspoon. Cover with fresh boiling water (100ºC) and steep for 5-10 minutes.

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Thank you kittylovestea for this one! I totally didn’t steep this one for long enough tonight…it’s been a VERY long day and i’m semi out of it. Long story short i’m glad i have more of this to try again. I can tell this will be one that i enjoy quite a bunch from the small cup i had tonight. Just need to steep it for longer to bring out the flavours even more!

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Since I’m going on holiday tomorrow I still need to do a multitude of checks and make sure my house is spotless for my kitties to play nicely in. I will only be gone three nights and my Aunty Ann is coming in to make sure the cats have food and water etc but leaving them always makes me panic. I know they will be fine and I also know I’m going to miss them so much.

When I return on Monday 29th April I will be doing a tea swap with Sil and this sample is one she wanted to try. So if I have one cup to quickly review I can then put it aside for her. :)

In raw form this tea is a lovely mixture of brown colours with quite large caramel pieces, it does look chocolatey. It also smells like chocolate mixed with butterscotch and caramel. Very sweet and very delicious, one of the best smelling dessert teas I have encountered.

It’s a long 10 minute steep but I have a feeling it’s going to be worth the wait. Once it is steeped this tea is brown in colour with a sweet and delicious chocolate treacle aroma.

This tea is sweet, dark, chocolatey, treacle like and full on flavour but the body is light (meaning it won’t make me feel heavy or bloated). You can taste the honeybush but more of it’s sweetness above anything else and I think the balance of flavours is perfect.

It tastes like a hot chocolate drink rather than a tea based drink. :) Also reminds a little of Oh Canada – Davids Tea due to it’s dark syrup like flavour.

Sil you are in for a treat :)

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mmmm man that sounds good!


Ditto, Sil! That sounds amazing! You have quite a way with words!

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My first honeybush! Though, as it looks like black coffee in my current mug, my brain’s getting a little confused as to why I’m smelling chocolate cake. In hindsight, I think I should’ve let it steep a little longer to bring out more of the chocolatey goodness but it still smells lovely.

A creamy, sweet without being cloying, tisane. The caramel is a lovely base for the chocolate (which is VERY chocolatey) but there’s that beautiful rose and vanilla peeking through which seem to give this blend the cakeyness. Yes, I know that’s not a word. Yes, you’re correct that I don’t care.

I’m not sure how this would fare with the addition of milk but it’s absolutely beautiful on it’s own.

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