Chocolate Macaroon

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Chocolate, Coconut, Mint
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “I had an extremely productive day yesterday. I made a ton of phone calls and sent a ton of emails to try to wrap up a lot of the stuff of daily living that I need to get under control before I...” Read full tasting note
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Living the good life-chocolate and coconut together.

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1919 tasting notes

I had an extremely productive day yesterday. I made a ton of phone calls and sent a ton of emails to try to wrap up a lot of the stuff of daily living that I need to get under control before I start my new job. I also worked out and finally got no. 1 his cell phone, which was supposed to be a Chanukkah present but took a while because of some really awful bait and switch stuff that went on with the provider we originally thought would give us talk and text only and parental controls for him for $15 a month based on their web advertising, none of which turned out to be true. So I bit the bullet and got a more expensive plan added onto my existing one. But at least it is done and he is happy. Plus now he has no excuse for not calling if he’s not going to be where he says he is. :-)

But anyway. I may be getting jaded in my old age, but I haven’t been overly impressed by a lot of the tea I’ve been drinking lately.

Take this one, for example. There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s a perfectly decent chocolate/coconut tea, on the juicy raw coconut end of the spectrum rather than the toasty toasted coconut end of the spectrum. But I’ve had so many of these over the years, most of which are at least decent, that none of them really stand out anymore.

In the packet it has that cocoa mint smell that coconut teas sometimes give off and I can see the little bits of flavored things in it. White chocolate chips, coconut flakes, cocoa bits and chocolate chips. Small ones. Predictably, given the sugary things in it, it steeps cloudy but otherwise a pretty generic tea color.

Now I want to say something about the aroma of coconut teas in general, not just this one. Do you find they generally don’t smell very good? I mean, I wouldn’t go this far, but the BF thinks coconut teas smell like vomit. I think they smell more like hot plastic, but in general, there’s something about the smell I don’t love.

That said, the aroma of coconut teas doesn’t usually affect the taste for me in a negative way. And it doesn’t here. It’s perfectly decent, and I would drink it if I couldn’t get another perfectly decent one that is perhaps a bit better to my taste, like the Premium Steap.

Flavors: Chocolate, Coconut, Mint

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML
Fjellrev

Such a busy little bee!

Have you tried David’s Chocolate Macaroon, and if so, which do you prefer, or how do they compare?

__Morgana__

Bzzzzz. :-) Haven’t had the David’s. Is it good?

Fjellrev

I personally really like it. It’s sweet but the flavours are nice and strong, and takes milk well. Makes a great latte.

Kirkoneill1988

alas, i have never tried a tea with coconut in it :/

lovely review though :D

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