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Black Tea
Artificial Flavouring, Black Tea, Carob Pieces, Chocolate Flakes, Cocoa Kernels, White Chocolate Chips
Chocolate, Coffee, Nutty, Bitter, Dark Chocolate, Cocoa, White Chocolate
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec 24 oz / 710 ml

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From Teavana

Our take on the classic Italian dessert.
A velvet-smooth indulgence pairing flavors of rich mocha and mascarpone with a soft, nutty-vanilla finish, every sip of this black tea blend is soaked in the atmosphere of an Italian piazza.
Black tea with creamy chocolate, Madagascar vanilla and notes of elegant espresso

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Good aroma. Taste not as full.

Flavors: Chocolate, Coffee, Nutty

8 min or more 4 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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Wasn’t expecting to like this much, since I am not a big fan of tiramisu dessert. I was actually pleasantly surprised! Nice light chocolate flavor with a distinct coffee tinge that is not overpowering. Decided to re-steep again and still had decent flavor on second try (although I don’t typically need a strongly brewed tea in the first place to enjoy). Happy to say this will be a new nighttime dessert swap-out favorite.

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1713 tasting notes

One of the first loose leaf teas I fell in love with was Teavana’s Tiramisu Treviso. It was a rooibos. It didn’t taste exactly like tiramisu, but it was really good and with no notice it was discontinued and gone forever. Having developed a dislike of rooibos since then, I was excited and hopeful that this black based tiramisu from Teavana might be reminiscent of the previous. So today I went all the way across town to a mall (I never go to malls, so it’s super weird and yucky to be in one) to try this tea. I thought I should get a cup of it to go before committing to 2oz of loose tea. When they ran me up, my total was $5.40. For a cup of tea! 2oz of the tea would have cost me $7. They don’t have the prices listed and if you don’t ask, they don’t tell you how much it is until they are ringing you up. They got me in their sneaky trap and I walked right into it blindly. Unfortunately that wouldn’t be the last bitter taste in my mouth from this experience.

My first sips have this tang to it like it’s filled with fruit and hibiscus. It is the kind of tang that as it passes over your tongue, your jaw muscles get an achy wave. The girl making my tea asked if I wanted it sweetened and I said no. I’m honestly not sure if she did or not because this cup is really sweet. Once the initial tang passes, I do taste some fruit which quickly turns to coffee notes. There is a weird aftertaste where coffee and tart fruit take turns appearing and retreating. Adding creamer dampens the weird fruit notes, but it also weakens the rest of the flavors too. I had such high hopes for this tea and it is nothing but a gross let down. Mixing David’s Birthday Cake with Coffee Puer makes a WAY better cup of tiramisu. It feels like a waste pouring a $5+ cup of tea down the drain, but here we go!

Oh no! ):

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I don’t have but just a couple of black teas. This came in the 2014 holiday collection in a 1 oz sample. I really liked this one. I had two cups. First one I tasted I thought it needed a little sugar to bring out the flavors. Added rock sugar. I’m probably the only woman who doesn’t care for chocolate. I thought it had a smooth transition into each of the flavors. It seemed well rounded. A hint of sweetness not overly chocolate or too candy sweet. Second cup I added milk and I liked this equally as well. I think it could certainly be drank either way. I also think that this would help a sugar craving. I could certainly see myself purchasing this one for an occasional sweet tooth fix!

Flavors: Cocoa, White Chocolate


You aren’t alone in not liking chocolate. Well…not entirely. I like it from time to time, but after so many years of it giving me insanely intense heartburn, I decided I wasn’t such a fan :P

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