Dark Chocolate

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  • “My general philosophy regarding chocolate tea is “when I want to drink chocolate, I want a packet of Swiss Miss with a scoop of marshmallow cream. Or a whole slab of fudge.” Hard to find a tea that...” Read full tasting note

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If you love dark chocolate, this tea is your new true love. The deep, enticing flavor of real broken cocoa beans, combined with coriander for a faint hint of spiciness, create the perfect not-too-sweet cup of chocolate indulgence. Steeping Instructions: 1 tsp. Tea leaves for 8 oz. of 208 degree water. Steep for 4 minutes then re-steep with the same…

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My general philosophy regarding chocolate tea is “when I want to drink chocolate, I want a packet of Swiss Miss with a scoop of marshmallow cream. Or a whole slab of fudge.” Hard to find a tea that replicates that.

However, this isn’t bad. The website description of “not-too-sweet-chocolate” is accurate. Chocolate hints with a little kick from the coriander. Plays nicely with milk.

Madeline

I can’t agree more about the chocolate flavors! It’s hard for me to even register a tea as tasting like chocolate sometimes because I always want/expect my cocoa to include sugar or at least cream

gmathis

My husband grabbed a “Hot Fudge” variety from the same vendor when we were at their store; it has some hazelnut and brittle pieces in the mix. I’ll be interested to compare.

tea-sipper

what?! marshmallow cream as in marshmallow fluff in hot chocolate? Why didn’t I think of this?!

Cameron B.

That’s some next-level hot cocoa game right there.

gmathis

You think that’s good, try it on your pumpkin pie come Thursday. You’ll never use Cool Whip again!

tea-sipper

whhhhaaatt, brain broke, gmathis! haha

derk

coriander sounds like a nice addition.

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