Had this one later in the evening because I knew we had a late D&D session tonight.
Preparation: Western (a tiny bit of rock sugar)
Tasting note: This blend is one part bitter cocoa, one part pithy orange and final part is a kind of a caramel base. Despite added toffee flavoring, I detected no sweetness added to this tea. In fact, I think this tea needed more sweetener to give any sort of toffee resemblance. I liked the blend as a bitter-pithy blend though, it was like a dark chocolate earl grey and was nice. The two tiny rock sugar crystals i added didnt make much of a difference in this tea. Maybe honey would have been a better option.
Will need do some testing on this one. I am starting to notice that Call Me Sweetea doesn’t have very strong flavorings used for the amaretto, toffee, butterscotch teas. They seem to be completely overwhelmed by the other ingredients. The rest of the teas composition though is quite good. I would say though now trying 4 teas that it is the chunks of ingredients that shine through the most. So I would say that if you are ordering from her expect that the flavorings to be faint or not really there and the “whole” ingredients to be the true flavor of the tea.
Flavors: Bitter, Dark Chocolate, Orange Zest