Decaf Chocolate Hazelnut

Tea type
Black Tea
Chocolate Flavor, Co2 Decaffeinated Black Tea, Hazelnut Natural Flavouring, Vanilla Extract
Hazelnut, Sour, Chocolate, Nuts, Paper, Metallic
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec 2 g 45 oz / 1343 ml

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From Stash Tea Company

Our Chocolate Hazelnut is a deliciously smooth and rich dessert tea. Chocolate, hazelnuts, vanilla, and premium black tea combine to create a fascinating blend of flavors. Sugar and a splash of milk bring out the taste of the chocolate and hazelnuts. The black teas are naturally decaffeinated, so you can savor this tea any time of day.

Ingredients: Decaf black tea, natural flavor of chocolate, natural flavor of vanilla nut, natural flavor of hazelnut. Contains peanuts and hazelnuts.

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634 tasting notes

Eh, this one not so much. If decaf tea just tasted like weaker tea, I could live with that, but somehow it always comes with this weird mulchy flavor — a by-product of the de-caffeination process, I assume — along with a hint of acid. Anyway, this one is no exception; while I do taste the chocolate and hazelnut, the mulch flavor is stronger.

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484 tasting notes

I tried the bagged version of this. It’s a pleasant chocolate tea, but I couldn’t taste the hazelnut at all, which disappointed me. It is decaf, which is a big plus for me, since I’m extremely sensitive to caffeine, but it didn’t taste as good as Stash’s Black Forest Cake – it was a bit bitter, and didn’t have as complex a flavor. I’ll probably buy this again though, unless I find a decaf chocolate tea I like better.

Flavors: Chocolate

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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342 tasting notes

So the office water comes out to about 165. Not great for black teas, but I think I’ll bring in cheaper teas, and flavored black teas. And of course, there are teas that like that temperature.

I tried steeping this one a little longer to make up for the water temperature. I’m not sure if it was that which caused this tea to not go so well, or this just isn’t a great tea. It left a bitter, tart, almost metallic taste in my mouth. I won’t rate this, or any tea I try at the office, bad just in case its the waters fault and not the tea.

Flavors: Metallic

165 °F / 73 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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15 tasting notes

I used two bags this time and i was able to get a pretty good chocolate flavor. I’d say this tea is pretty enjoyable, actually.

Stephanie F.

p.s. i think my cup tends to be a lot more than 6 or 8 oz., probably closer to 12 or 16, so that’s probably why i need two bags.

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1 tasting notes

Quality control lacks on this tea, some boxes have been full of wonderful chocolate flavor, some fall flat.
I called Stash tea direct (1800-800-8327) to report this and was told I could send in 2 of my tea bags for them to test (at my expense) and they in return would send me a coupon for a new box of tea.
I can take the box to the store I got it from and save myself the hassle, the rep at Stash did not seem to get that and only after I offered the batch number did she hesitantly take it down, so I seriously doubt they care about the taste.
It is hard to rate ,some boxes are great,and this one was blah.

3 min, 45 sec

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3 tasting notes

Hmm, First “strange” tea flavoring I have tasted and I must say its not bad still its best when you crave something sweet or else it might be too sweet. Cant say I can sense the chocolate or the hazelnut so for me its more of a sweet vanilla-like tea.

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8 tasting notes

Really love this! Smells exquisitely of chocolate and vanilla (can’t really tell the hazelnut apart from the other smells though) and tastes great. The hazelnut aspect seems to be missing (or there’s something wrong with my taste buds) but overall I really like this tea. Great for drinking at night before sleeping since it’s decaf!

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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19 tasting notes

It’s not bad. I made it with some Splenda and a little hot cocoa mix (I do that with other chocolate teas). I can taste the hazelnut, but I think the chocolate is a little weaker taste.

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123 tasting notes

Glad I waited a bit to add my note. I added fat-free half & half and a small touch of sugar and my initial reaction was Wow, chocolate tea! Now, about an hour later, I’m getting the aftertaste others have mentioned. It’s not awful, and if I had gone to brush my teeth right after I would probably still have fond memories. But I think I’ll look up Harney’s Florence when this box is gone.

Update: added to the office coffee/tea stash in case somebody else enjoys this more than I.

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2401 tasting notes

The smell is nice, but I don’t really taste anything chocolatey. It leaves my mouth a bit dry, if that makes sense. I guess the only reason to drink a decaf tea is if its after midnight. Really, are there any good chocolate teas? I haven’t found any yet…

Stephanie F.

I’ve tried a few chocolate teas and i think they’re generally disappointing, but Numi’s chocolate puerh is actually pretty darn good.

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