Spicy Chocolate Rooibos

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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  • “Thanks so much, Angry Tea Room! This is a tea company I feel doesn’t find enough notice on Steepster. They have so many delicious sounding blends! Here is a lovely no caffeine option that I was...” Read full tasting note
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A spicy chocolate tea made with organic rooibos. This combo is winner! Inside this blend are chiles that have a sweet and fruity flavor with a spicy finish. Dark roasted cocoa beans and cinnamon balance out this tea. This tea definitely has a kick. Delicious on a cold day! Even more wonderful with milk and a touch of sugar.
Caffeine free. Contains Dairy.

Brewing Suggestions

1½ tsp. tea


8 oz. boiling (212°) water

Steep for 5 minutes

Ingredients:
organic rooibos, cocoa beans, organic honeybush, cinnamon, flavors, dark chocolate flakes, ancho chiles, pasille chiles, saffron

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Thanks so much, Angry Tea Room! This is a tea company I feel doesn’t find enough notice on Steepster. They have so many delicious sounding blends! Here is a lovely no caffeine option that I was very interested in trying. It sounds like a Mexican hot chocolate: plenty of chocolate ingredients, plenty of spicy ingredients with a rooibos and honeybush base. I love the addition of the saffron…it gives the blend a look of flames! I went with one heaping teaspoon as I didn’t want to overdue it with the promise of spicy ingredients. However, I shouldn’t have worried. The spiciness isn’t too bad. I could have handled a little more heat. It isn’t like some heat blends that use a lot of cayenne pepper powder. If anyone is worried the spices will be too much for you, don’t! The flavor has a nice cocoa flavor to it. Plenty of cocoa! The rooibos/honeybush base is of the very smooth sort. None of that offensive rooibos. It’s the good stuff, which is probably helped with the additional honeybush. On the second steep, the cocoa takes a backseat and the spicy flavors turn up. More cinnamon than heat, but a nice balance anyway. A unique blend I haven’t seen anywhere else. I’m not sure why this wasn’t called ‘Angry Chocolate rooibos’ though!
Steep #1 // 1 heaping teaspoon for a full mug// 8 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 4 minute steep

MrQuackers

Did they give you a free sample?

S.G. Sanders

I need to try this company’s teas soon. I’ve had such a long wishlist that I often don’t get to the ones that I want to try for a while. I might knock them up on the list for Autumn/Winter. This sounds like it’d make a great tea for those seasons. :)

tea-sipper

I did ask about samples because I was planning an order (especially for the Maple!) and Angry Tea Room was awesome and sent some over. They said they don’t mind sending samples within the US. There is also a coupon code for 10% off: tea10

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