Coffee or Tea?

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Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Brittle, Chocolate, Citric Acid, Cocoa, Coffee Beans, Flavour, Sugar
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  • “Tried this as a latte and even with added sweetener this tastes very bitter. I am not really liking this one at all. Once I get past the bitterness, I can taste coffee and toffee. I might be...” Read full tasting note
  • “I had both this and a cup of coffee (with some Fry’s cocoa mixed in, because why not?) so needless to say, I’m in a coffee/cocoa mood. The scent of the dry leaf is pleasantly creamy and coffee-ish,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I love coffee teas. I love the taste of coffee, but not the way it affects my body, so coffee-flavored everything is my jam. If they ever make a sugar free coffee crisp, I will never eat anything...” Read full tasting note
    95

From TeaTaxi

This chocolaty black tea with a high caffeine content offers the best of both worlds.

Provenance : China

INGREDIENTS :
Black tea (72%), cocoa, brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnuts, invert sugar), chocolate (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soya lecithin), roasted coffee beans, freeze-dried yogurt, skim milk yogurt (lactose), sugar, maltodextrin , modified starch: di-carbophosphate, acidifying agent: citric acid, flavours

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3 Tasting Notes

561 tasting notes

Tried this as a latte and even with added sweetener this tastes very bitter. I am not really liking this one at all. Once I get past the bitterness, I can taste coffee and toffee. I might be able to finish this cup but I definitely do not want another cup of this. Glad it was only a sample.

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I had both this and a cup of coffee (with some Fry’s cocoa mixed in, because why not?) so needless to say, I’m in a coffee/cocoa mood. The scent of the dry leaf is pleasantly creamy and coffee-ish, much like an iced coffee or cappuccino. Let’s do this!

It’s a little disappointing, to be honest. The coffee flavour is mild but hats off to TeaTaxi for not offering something that is overly sweet. Despite the brittle pieces, this managed to stay sweet at a sane level. The most profound observation about this tea, however, is the phantom orange note that I get in this. You know how so many Christmas blends have that quintessential, similar orange spice combination? This had a pinch of that in there, underneath the coffee note. What’s that all about?

Let me tell you what I think it’s about. Apparently, this has added citric acid. Bingo! It just has to be that and not the dehydrated yogurt bits. No yogurt tang but that citrus surely sneaks up on you.

Would I get more? Nah. But I’m glad I tried it. Bayswater’s Chocolate Macchiato remains my favourite coffee blend.

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I love coffee teas. I love the taste of coffee, but not the way it affects my body, so coffee-flavored everything is my jam. If they ever make a sugar free coffee crisp, I will never eat anything else.

So this tea is right up my alley! It’s very good, tastes just like coffee, nutty and creamy and rich. That said, it’s just like TLC from Tealish, which I also adore! But Tealish is in my town and TeaTaxi isn’t, so I probably won’t restock for that reason alone. But it is a creamy coffee alternative that I will happily throw into my cart any time I need to get up to $50 for free shipping XD

Dexter

I would like this. :)

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