Cococaramel Sea Salt Herbal Tea

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Anise Seeds, Artificial Flavouring, Carob Pieces, Chili Pepper, Chocolate Flakes, Cocoa Kernels, Coconut Chips, Licorice Root, Marigold Petals, Sea Salt
Anise, Caramel, Chocolate, Nutty, Salt, Spices, Cocoa, Coconut, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Butterscotch, Licorice, Sweet, Artificial, Fruity, Hazelnut, Spicy, Almond, Nuts
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Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec 11 oz / 320 ml

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  • “Thanks whatshesaid for the swap! So apparently I need to stop being a wimp, and I should just go into Teavana and try some teas out because this is pretty good. I wonder what their minimum is –...” Read full tasting note
  • “SIPDOWN! WOO! It was tasty tonight. Made sure I didn’t oversteep it. Added a load of almond milk. I probably won’t buy this again, but it was a pretty good dessert tea! And it went well with the...” Read full tasting note
  • “This one is so good. I wrote an awesome review, but my computer ate it earlier…So this will be the short version. Dry, this smells exactly like rocky road ice cream; no kidding. It smells divine...” Read full tasting note
  • “I got sucked in by Teavana’s emails featuring this blend. And I think I saw a few reviews on here that intrigued me enough to buy the minimum 2 ounces to try it. It smells amazing in the bag but I...” Read full tasting note

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This chocolatier-inspired infusion combines the distinct tastes of sweet and salty. Buttery caramel, decadent chocolate, a hint of cream and a light sprinkling of sea salt satisfies any craving.

A lusciously creamy, nutty blend of caramel & chocolate with a hint of sea salt.

Use 1.5-2 tsp of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to just at boiling (208 degrees/98 degrees Celsius) and steep for 5-6 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more teas leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.

Ingredients: Cocoa kernels, carob pieces, chocolate flakes (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa powder), coconut chips, liquorice root, anise seeds, artificial flavoring, marigold petals, red bell pepper, sea salt


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757 tasting notes

Tea to go today, before Friday Night Dinner Group…

Looks and smelled really nice, which is usually a good sign since I don’t like the smell of a lot of their blends. This one did brew up cloudy, but that doesn’t bother me much, so long as it tastes good.

I can say that brewed, it still smelled delicious. The first sips were good, though as it cooled, I had a strange taste in my mouth and I thought to myself, is that anise? I’m tasting something vaguely licorice-like. Sure enough, when I got home to look at the full ingredients, but anise seed and licorice. Boooooooo! I would like this tea much better without that taste.

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96 tasting notes

Got some of this during the heavenly sale for under $2/2oz. Wishing I had added more than my sad 2 little 2 oz pouches.

My husband and I have very different tastes in tea (he likes unsweetened greens, I like flavored, sweetened blacks) but he asked to share a pot of this with me tonight and we both love it. About halfway through his cup he looked over and asked how much of this I had ordered.

I get quite a bit of caramel and chocolate, but like others said, the sea salt is a bit lacking. I may add some myself and see what happens. The liquid is a bit scary due to its murky quality but hot damn, this is a yummy tea. I’m currently 5 months pregnant and the baby seems to like it too. I get a little rumba in my belly after each sip.

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1737 tasting notes

I owe Teavana Cococaramel Sea Salt an apology, it seems. This time I brewed the blend super strong and added light cream. This time, I recognize its appeal. I really did not like it at all au naturel, but tonight it is a pleasant experience. I still dislike the oil slick on top of the surface of the infusion, but with cream at least the liquor is caramel colored and so moves in the right direction. I was considering adding sugar as well, but I think that with the high sea salt content, it might just become a mess.

I won’t buy this blend again now that my 1 ounce envelope is depleted, but it was a worthwhile experience, in the end.

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749 tasting notes

Thanks jessiwrites for sending me this to try out :)

This tea is fascinating. The dry mix looked bizarre – like some sort of holiday spice mix you’d use for the dressing.

My take is that the caramel is there, the chocolate is there too. And the salt. The salt is there. And that’s what’s making me not fully enjoy this cup. It’s so good up until the end of the sip and the salt comes out. I keep drinking it, hoping the salt will go away, but it’s not leaving. Gah.

I’d say the name of the tea is perfect, and if you like sweet offset with salt, this would be amazing. Evidently, I’m not that person. I’m glad I got to taste this to see what it’s all about though.

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90 tasting notes

I’m really in love with this tea when I have a sweet tooth that won’t leave me alone. I really only drink it then though. I make it with vanilla creamer and a scoop of german rock sugar and it tastes amazing!


That whole combination sounds great!


It really is delicious! I often get demands for such things in my dorm

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168 tasting notes

Meh! Not a good tea, lacks everything.


Above all, tea! I wonder whether it would be good if you mixed some black tea in with it…

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465 tasting notes

I tried this in the store using a $1 cup coupon. It was much better than a taste from one of their sample size cups. Well about the tea. Awesome. I had a iced latte and it was terrific. I saw how much they put in the cup and was amazed at how much they put in. They said to double the amounts of tea and rock sugar but they seemed to put a lot more in than they said. I was able to easily duplicated it a home. For a 16 oz. it needed 6 tsp. and 3 tsp. of rock sugar. It only needed a little milk (soy in my case). Over ice! Yummy and cooool!
I haven’t had it hot but I really enjoyed my iced latte.

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5 tasting notes

This is my most favorite tea EVER. It is so smooth and rich. Chocolately caramel and yes, you can actually taste the sea salt flavouring.
The only downside is that you have to use more than the recommended amount per cup to get the proper flavor.

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Marcel Duchamp

I like this one a lot too. I make lattes out of it.

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151 tasting notes

NOPE! In theory, this tea should be the perfect dessert blend!.. but I am not feeling it. It’s a little weak. To be fair, I am not a huge fan of david’s salted caramel either.. so I should have expected this…. when you steep it up, it leaves the greasiest looking film on top… not that good… although, I do like the aftertaste of this much more than the aftertaste of salted caramel.

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9 tasting notes

Awesome tea. I was worried it would be really weak as some of their herbals tend to be. I kind of wish it was a little saltier. It seems like the salt floats to the top and then for the rest of your cup it’s not very salty at all. I still really love it though!

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