Lime in the Coconut

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Ingredients
Black Tea, Chocolate, Coconut, Natural Flavours, Organic Flavours
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Medium
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From The NecessiTeas

We put the lime in the coconut and then we added chocolate! We know you’ll love this creamy, chocolaty and slightly tart concoction. For an extra special treat, try it with a spoonful of sweetened condensed milk then pour over ice.

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Had a cup of this today to work on some samples. Need to remember to cold brew the rest of this.

Helena

She put the lime in the coconut, she drank ‘em bot’ up
She put the lime in the coconut, she drank ‘em bot’ up
Lolz!

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This is one I have been struggling with. The lime flavor is strong and the coconut is present too but it just doesn’t mesh all that well with the chocolate and black base. I find the base tea is more malty and flavorful and that conflicts with the more tropical lime/coconut. Just gotta keep playing around with this to see if I can get it to work. 3.5 minutes in 200F water did not do the trick.

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Cold Brew Sipdown (214)!

Thanks for the sample VariaTEA!

This is a really interesting blend; I fully expected strong coconut notes and hints of lime but it’s more like the other way around? Very strong, bold lime notes especially in the top and mid sip. It’s bright, sweet, juicy and all kinds of tangy! I’m enjoying it a lot. The coconut kicks in during the finish, and is quite buttery actually. Lime and coconut is a pretty solid pairing overall; and it works here mostly. The thing that is kind of disconnected is the butteryness of the coconut – it’s strange next to the tangyness of the lime. Still, it’s nice overall! Probably not something I’d revisit though.

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