Mayan Hot Cocoa

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Peppercorn, Black Tea, Cardamom, Chocolate, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Lemon Peel, Marshmallow, Natural Flavours, Sugar
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by VariaTEA
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  • “Sipdown (218)! Thanks for this one, VariaTEA! Steeped this one up hot at work, and while there wasn’t anything I didn’t like about it I also just thought it tasted somewhat weak in general. Like,...” Read full tasting note
    60
  • “Holy hannibel this is sweet. I think it’s the marshmallows and the sugar – ie, i would be happy with one or the other :) it may also be the cinnamon as well…giving that sense of sweet. It’s not...” Read full tasting note
    76
  • “Mayan Hot Cocoa. So spice? Well, there definitely is cinnamon here but between the cinnamon, the marshmallow, and the sugar, this is far too cloying. Especially when you consider there is no heat...” Read full tasting note
    71

From The NecessiTeas

I once watched the movie “Chocolat” and it made me want to be a gypsy and travel around making chocolate. However, being a gypsy isn’t very practical so instead I decided to create this “Maya” inspired tea blend. (I’ll work on that traveling gypsy thing later) Until then, let’s get cozy with this intoxicating blend of chocolate, cinnamon, and cardamom.

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7 Tasting Notes

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Sipdown (218)!

Thanks for this one, VariaTEA!

Steeped this one up hot at work, and while there wasn’t anything I didn’t like about it I also just thought it tasted somewhat weak in general. Like, watered down? Yes, there was some chocolate taste and I certainly got the cinnamon, and then some other more generic spice from the cardamom/clove/etc. but nothing that really gave this any sort of impactful presence at all. That sounds harsh, but it’s also just true…

So, I kind of decided to use this as a guinea pig tea of sorts – we just got two new kinds of agave at work, and the one the staff was most intrigued by was the chocolate so I bought a bottle for staff use. I’m not a big agave person myself, but since the flavour seemed like an appropriate match I gave it a go. I certainly wouldn’t buy a bottle of the agave for myself to use at home BUT I do think it gave this tea the extra chocolate richness needed to not feel flat/bland.

So all in all it worked out.

VariaTEA

Haha well I am happy you found a way to make it work

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Holy hannibel this is sweet. I think it’s the marshmallows and the sugar – ie, i would be happy with one or the other :) it may also be the cinnamon as well…giving that sense of sweet. It’s not bad, but i’d like to try this again with a shorter steep :)

CrowKettle

Besides the cinnamon does it have any heat? Always liked the idea of spicy cocoa and this kind of blend looks neat! :)

Sil

Sadly not really, it might be the sample I had but it was mostly sweet, cinnamon, chocolate vs being spicy

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Mayan Hot Cocoa. So spice? Well, there definitely is cinnamon here but between the cinnamon, the marshmallow, and the sugar, this is far too cloying. Especially when you consider there is no heat to balance it out. It is not bad per se but it also isn’t mayan hot cocoa if you ask me.

Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/10/04/mayan-hot-cocoa-from-the-necessiteas/

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