Choc It Rock It

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Calendula Petals, Cocoa Bean Shells, Cocoa Nibs, Coffee Beans, Flavouring, Sunflower Petals, Yerba Mate Leaves
Flavors
Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee, Earth, Smooth, Sweet, Dark Chocolate, Tea
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Caffeine
High
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 g 12 oz / 350 ml

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  • “Trick or Treat! I got this tea quite some time ago in a cupboard sale of tea-sipper’s, so thank you tea-sipper! This is a Ceylon black tea/yerba mate blend with chocolate and coffee beans. I have...” Read full tasting note
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  • “There’s an earthy goodness to this tea that makes it different. It’s way more of a savoury tea than a sweet chocolate blend. Ceylon, coffee and dark chocolate are present flavours, but none are...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

It’s time to wake up + smell the coffee, chocolate + TEA! All rolled into one, this mate blend will send you to chocolate heaven whilst getting you energised for the day ahead. Coffee fanatics… this one is for you!

Ingredients: Sri Lankan Black Tea, Coffee Beans, Yerba Mate, Cocoa Shells, Cocoa Nibs, Calendula Petals, Sunflower Petals, Natural Flavouring.

Brew the perfect cup: 1 heaped teaspoon per cup – 100° C water – 4 mins – with or without milk

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Trick or Treat! I got this tea quite some time ago in a cupboard sale of tea-sipper’s, so thank you tea-sipper! This is a Ceylon black tea/yerba mate blend with chocolate and coffee beans. I have some other coffee teas (confession: I actually like coffee too!), but the dry leaf for this smells surprisingly chocolately, and my other coffee teas have a very strong coffee flavor. I’m interested to see how this will turn out.

I was careful to pull out the coffee beans when measuring the leaf since they were adding a lot of weight to the measurement, so I got 2.4g of actual dry tea leaf; I think I would’ve ended up with quite a weak cup otherwise! Of course, the coffee beans were added back into the infuser with the leaf and I steeped in 350ml boiling water for four minutes. And the steeped cup is a light brown color and smells very chocolately… again, I’m surprised I’m not really getting much of a coffee note in the aroma like I’ve had with past coffee teas.

The tea is very smooth! I was expecting a bit of bite with Ceylon, coffee, and yerba mate, things I’ve had separately and found to have bitterness and astringency on their own, but… no. I’m not getting any bitterness in this cup, it has a medium body with a subtle earthy taste that reminds me a bit of pu-erh teas, and the dominating flavor is a rich, chocolately/cocoa note. There is a coffee flavor that is left as an aftertaste on my tongue, but it isn’t really distinct during the sip. It’s a sweet tea without being overbearing about it. It’s really nice! It’s a good sweet tooth hit for those times when you also need a caffeine hit, but the high caffeine content doesn’t make it suitable as a bedtime dessert tea.

Flavors: Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee, Earth, Smooth, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 g 12 OZ / 350 ML

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There’s an earthy goodness to this tea that makes it different. It’s way more of a savoury tea than a sweet chocolate blend. Ceylon, coffee and dark chocolate are present flavours, but none are overpowering or off-putting (especially to someone, like me, who doesn’t like coffee). I enjoyed this blend a little, and I loved the caffeine boost, but ultimately I prefer my tea without coffee!

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Flavors: Coffee, Dark Chocolate, Sweet, Tea

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