Milk Chocolate

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Ok, this is good. Apparently there’s a dusting of raw cacao on this tea, giving it its chocolate aroma and flavour, and to be fair, it does smell an awful lot more like chocolate than a lot of chocolate-flavoured teas. It’s a light brew, but still definitely tastes of chocolate floating over a decent oolong, with a dry mouthfeel and hints of malty ovaltine and, in later steeps, the return of tasty cardboard. I’m still not convinced it’s doing anything significant to detox me, because I think detoxes are unnecessary and dumb, and I am DEFINITELY no skinnier. But while this is by no means a substitute for actual chocolate (and I don’t think substituting healthy versions of bad things you like to eat works anyway, because it’s never more than a shallow imitation) but man, it’s a nice cup of tea. Shame it’s backed by all these price-inflating health claims, though, or I’d probably buy a lot more of it.


Detox stuff annoys me. There’s never any claims about what is supposed to come out of your body, or how the product makes that happen, and besides, as long as your liver and kidneys work, that’s all the detox you’ll need.

I usually avoid stuff with bs health claims, but sometimes detox teas actually taste really good.

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I know, the claims are so vague that they basically don’t mean anything. I suspect that the people reporting seeing a difference in doing a tea detox are basically replacing sodas and other largely empty-calorie drinks with unsweetened tea, which OF COURSE is going to help you lose weight and not make your blood sugar spike and crash and make you feel like poo. And as you say, if your liver and kidneys AREN’T working as they should, it’ll take more than three cups of tea a day to fix it.

But this is really tasty, so I bought some matcha and raw cocoa and will attempt to replicate it with comparable tea that doesn’t cost £5 for a teensy packet and see if it’s still delicious.

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