Aroma: Milk chocolate sweetness mingled with the citric scent of oranges.

Flavour: A generic fruit flavour, that becomes more distinctly orange-like the further down the cup you venture. The chocolate elements serve to add a sweet warming coating to the taste without making the tea very chocolatey. The pu erh tea creates a layer of depth, with a rich, earthy and somewhat spiced note that makes each sip taste like a moist fruit cake.

Final Thoughts: The taste is deep with a little complexity, making it an enjoyable and warming cup. Perfect for dark chocolate lovers, the short brisk days of autumn and those looking for a new way to enjoy pu erh tea.

For more: https://www.tastethetea.co.uk/2016/09/25/chocolateorangetea/

Flavors: Bitter, Dark Chocolate, Earth, Orange, Orange Zest, Tea

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