Mocha Chicory Herbal Coffee

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Almonds, Barley (Roasted), Carob, Chicory, Cocoa, Figs
Flavors
Coffee, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Nutty, Roasted, Thick
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Lexie Aleah
Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 32 oz / 946 ml

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  • “This is nice! It’s subtler than I expected, but mocha seems like an accurate flavor profile. The base was mild, and the flavoring worked well with it. The resteep was super tasty!” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is the last of the three flavors of Teeccino available in my local grocery store (as grounds). I’ve had it hot a handful of times, but mostly I throw two scoops of grounds into a fillable...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Day 21 of the Teeccino advent calendar. This tastes like something I had earlier in the calendar… not quite as chocolatey as the Chocolaté, but very similar to the Maca Chocolate. I described that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I am drinking this to fulfill the October sipdown prompt: a coffee tea. My first Teecino beverage was Vanilla Nut, and it might still be my favorite. I have tried Hazelnut, Mocha, and Almond...” Read full tasting note

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Roasted organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, dates, almonds, natural mocha flavor*, organic dates, organic figs, cocoa powder Contains: Almonds. *All Teeccino flavors are extracted from plants and comply with organic standards.

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6 Tasting Notes

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2271 tasting notes

This is nice! It’s subtler than I expected, but mocha seems like an accurate flavor profile. The base was mild, and the flavoring worked well with it. The resteep was super tasty!

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1212 tasting notes

This is the last of the three flavors of Teeccino available in my local grocery store (as grounds). I’ve had it hot a handful of times, but mostly I throw two scoops of grounds into a fillable teabag and cold steep it overnight for coldbrew “coffee.”

I’m having a hard time finding this one any different than the Hazelnut I tried last time. Maybe that is due to my brain having a strong hazelnut-to-chocolate association because I’m an eat-Nutella-straight-from-the-jar sort of person, but I’m getting the same roasted coffee flavor, nuttiness, and really dark and bittersweet chocolate. If I had them side-by-side, maybe one leans stronger on the nuttiness and the other on the bittersweet chocolate, but all-in-all they taste “samey” enough to me to not really have a preference of one over the other.

Flavors: Coffee, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Nutty, Roasted, Thick

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML
ashmanra

I agree about “samey”. I think this is the only one I will most likely keep on hand.

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1143 tasting notes

Day 21 of the Teeccino advent calendar. This tastes like something I had earlier in the calendar… not quite as chocolatey as the Chocolaté, but very similar to the Maca Chocolate. I described that one as having “big mocha latte vibes,” which this blend does too (made as an oat milk latte). Short of a side-by-side, I’m hard pressed to find a meaningful taste difference between them based on memory alone. This made for a very tasty latte, delightfully enjoyed in the evening!

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3206 tasting notes

I am drinking this to fulfill the October sipdown prompt: a coffee tea.

My first Teecino beverage was Vanilla Nut, and it might still be my favorite. I have tried Hazelnut, Mocha, and Almond Amaretto as well.

I bought Mocha because I was expecting it to be very chocolate-y, but I didn’t find it to be so. So then I wondered if mocha means what I think it means and the answer was yes and no. Mocha CAN mean a coffee-and-chocolate flavor, like our local milkshake shop has, or it can refer to a particular type of high quality coffee.

There is carob in this so I feel like they were aiming for chocolate and coffee, but I don’t get tons of chocolate flavor. I do very much enjoy the carob and the chicory in this, and I am not at all sorry I bought it.

We always preparethese the same way – half a mug of Teecino steeped in water and half milk with two teaspoons of sugar and whipped cream on top, because this is our “treat” drink.

Also, it resteeps well, and since I am using the loose version I resteeped it last night and put it in a pitcher in the fridge to save for tonight. It was plenty strong for us. Ashman says he doesn’t think he would like it without sugar and whipped cream, but he seems to really enjoy it the way we are having it now.

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1299 tasting notes

Had a cup of this one made in an espresso machine. I like this preparation better than using the drip coffee pot. I steamed some almond milk which turns it into a lovely herbal latte. The dates and fruit in this blend add the perfect amount of sweetness. I’m also a big fan of carob and can taste that in this blend which comes across as chocolate. This flavor is one of the more natural-tasting ones that Teeccino offers.

gmathis

All my Teeccino experiments have been winners!

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