WOW. Looks like I enjoyed this one a little too much. I never logged it until now, and it’s my very last cup! Of all the Bayswater teas I bought last month, it’s also the first one to go, with Divine Temptation trailing closely behind.
I know some of the West Coasters thought this one smelled a little strange in the store, and I agree, especially after you smell ones like Creme Brulee and Divine Temptation. The chocolate just seemed too heavy and almost earthy, maybe.
But this is like Creme Brulee with more chocolate and creaminess. With half-and-half, it reminds me of a coffee chocolate truffle, dusted with cocoa powder. It transports me back to the French chocolate truffles one of the German delis in Edmonton carries.
Oh great, now I want either more of this tea or a box of those truffles.