Fireside Mocha

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Sweet, Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee, Cream, Custard, Mocha, Nutty, Roasted, Thick, Apple, Creamy
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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 30 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Cocoa beans, apple, sugar, sugar sprinkles (sugar, rice flour, rapeseed oil, tragacanth, artificial flavouring, colours (blue 1, riboflavin, sodium copper chlorophyllin)), chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa, soy lecithin), pink peppers, natural flavouring.

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168 tasting notes

I found this tea pretty gross, and had to dump it after just a couple sips. The apples create an extremely odd flavor profile against the strong coffee notes. It is also sickeningly sweet, and was overly my main issue. A solid nope for me.

Flavors: Sweet

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2768 tasting notes

As another reviewer mentioned, this is phenomenal with a touch of vanilla or hazelnut creamer. I like Silk’s soy creamer and it has a lot of flavour but in a way that compliments the coffee bean, toasty, and chocolate notes.

Flavors: Chocolate, Cocoa, Coffee, Cream, Custard, Mocha, Nutty, Roasted, Sweet, Thick

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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1056 tasting notes

Wow, dessert tea! This has a nice coffee/tiramisu flavor to it, especially when I add a little creamer. Reminds me slightly of a Teavana Tiramisu tea I loved. I’m not really getting apple in here, although I saw plenty of it in the steeping basket. I could do without the sprinkles. I’m assuming based on the sprinkles being trees that this is seasonal and I hope it comes back again so I can stock up.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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106 tasting notes

Tried it this time with a little bit of hazelnut creamer….wow!!!

205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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13 tasting notes

Pleasant tasting. Fairly sweet.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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561 tasting notes

This is so delicious as a hot tea latte! I would like to try it as an iced tea latte next! It was incredibly sweet, so next time I won’t sweeten it like I do most of my lattes and it will probably be just perfect then. Tastes exactly like a mocha to me with a hint of caramel flavor.

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308 tasting notes

Again with all the apples…

Thankfully, the flavor of the coffee beans dominated the taste of apples. This tea reminds me of Cardamom Macchiato that was released a few months ago. They taste very similar to me. This version doesn’t have the astringency of white tea and is much sweeter on account of the chocolate chips (and all the damn apples). It was a decent cuppa. I bet it’d make a nice nighttime latte for folks who tend to avoid caffeine after noon.

Flavors: Chocolate, Coffee

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4558 tasting notes

Sipdown! Another online order sample. And a rather tasty surprise – it was reminiscent of a fruity, light mocha, with coffee and chocolate but a fruity apple base. I can’t write too many details as I drank this a few days ago, but I liked this one enough that I want to pick up a small amount so that I can find it in a few years and be happy I have some left (haha).

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7 tasting notes

For anyone interested, the ingredients are: Cocoa beans, apple, sugar, sugar sprinkles, chocolate chips, pink peppers, and natural flavoring. The first whiff of the dry tea smelled exactly like a cup of mocha…then after I kept smelling it, I picked up a funky scent I can’t put my finger on—almost a perfumey kind, like an old lotion or soap product that went off? Can’t find another way to put it.

When steeping, the richness of the cocoa / coffee combo really comes out, and it starts smelling amazing. The tea brews to a pale, murky brown.

This tea is slightly sweet, but I added a bit of sugar to it anyway. It’s actually quite tasty—definitely detecting both chocolate and coffee notes, with a hint of cream, and thankfully the apple doesn’t add any unpleasant sourness to the tea. I’m not really detecting a strong fruitiness to it either. Might even work with a dash of milk. The flavor is a bit muted though, so I definitely recommend brewing this one for 7-10 minutes.

Overall, I’m actually digging this one. Looking forward to when they list it on the website—I might buy a few ounces to curb my sugary snack cravings!

Flavors: Cocoa, Coffee, Cream, Mocha

Boiling 7 min, 15 sec

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8608 tasting notes

So, I caved and bought the constellation themed locktop even though I told myself I didn’t need it. I received like $80 in DAVIDsTEA gift cards this year for Christmas though, and I had them on me when I happened to see the locktop while browsing one of the downtown DT stores yesterday…

And you can’t buy a locktop and not immediately fill it with tea, right!? I got a Fireside Mocha even though I wasn’t initially a fan of it because I was told my coworkers to give it another chance – they just seemed to really want me to like it. I asked for it to be steeped in the locktop; and I didn’t realize until after I’d left the store and went to the downtown ceramic cafe for three hours that she hadn’t steeped the tea but had left the tea in the basket of the locktop – so it had been steeping for like four hours…

At first I was a little frustrated, but then I tried the tea – and let me tell you than four hours of steeping makes a world of difference in terms of flavour! Suddenly this tea felt rich and sweet, with delectable hot cocoa notes and smooth, creamy mint undertones. It was everything that I wanted to taste in this when I tried it the first time!

Now, I’m still not going to buy it because I do not have four hours to kill just for a cup of tea on a normal basis – but I’m happy I have one REALLY NICE memory of this tea to hold onto when people refer to it in the future.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.


Were the gift cards from the company, or other people?!

Roswell Strange

Other people, namely my Dad.

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