Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Barley (Roasted), Black Pepper, Cardamom, Carob, Cinnamon, Cinnamon Flavour, Cloves, Cocoa Bean Shells, Ginger, Licorice, Natural Ginger Flavor, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Extract
Flavors
Chocolate, Spicy, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Spices, Creamy
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 45 sec 13 oz / 378 ml

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  • “Couldn’t find a category for this tea. Spice blend as it says on the box. They should add the category here on Steepster. I’m thinking it should be yummy once i find the right mix with brown sugar...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Hi all! Disappeared for a bit, but then I haven’t gotten any new teas lately. Thanks to some sleuthing and a nice attendant in a Yogi Teas distributor shop, I managed to get me some of those glass...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m not a fan of most chocolate tea’s. It just doesn’t work. So why did I try this one? A friend I work with sent this to her mom and her mom loved it so much she ordered more with a crazy price...” Read full tasting note
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  • “To finish my day, I decided to drink “Choco” from Yogi Tea with my big teacup. This herbal tea smell creamy hot chocolate. But at taste, it’s a little bit different: licorice at first, spicy and...” Read full tasting note
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From Yogi Tea

Exotic spices from the Far East blended with pure cocoa from South America, give this tea a deliciously unique taste and aroma. The wonderful flavours of ginger and cinnamon delicately mingle with the unmistakable essence of cocoa; warming body and spirit. Yogi Tea® Choco is a delightful, festive tea that will inspire feelings of joy with each cup.

Ingredients: Cocoa shells* (60%), cinnamon*, liquorice*, carob*, barley malt*, cardamom*, ginger*, cloves*, cinnamon extract, vanilla extract, black pepper*, ginger extract, vanilla beans*.

The indicated * ingredients are certified organic.

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17 Tasting Notes

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Couldn’t find a category for this tea. Spice blend as it says on the box. They should add the category here on Steepster. I’m thinking it should be yummy once i find the right mix with brown sugar and hot milk.
Gotta wait for 5 more minutes. It’s brown and getting darker.

Mmmm smells fabulous. Amazing cocoa scent. Like a very very very good hot chocolate smell. God i hope it tastes kinda like that too. Can you tell i kinda like chocolate? ;)

Its smooth. I mean bit weird having cocoa in water but it’s quite good. Needs some milk tho. Maybe just a bit of sugar.

Cup of milk is in, teaspoon of sugar… ok now with milk it needs more sugar too ;)

Lol this is so not tea. Teabag is the only thing they got in common. But o boy… mmmmmmmmmm…

So 2 cups of hot water, 7 minute steep, then add a cup of hot milk and 2-4 teaspoons of sugar. Lay back and enjoy it…

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Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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Hi all! Disappeared for a bit, but then I haven’t gotten any new teas lately.

Thanks to some sleuthing and a nice attendant in a Yogi Teas distributor shop, I managed to get me some of those glass mugs I was after! Hurrah! There was a deal on in the store where if you bought 2 Yogi Teas you got a mug for free… So I got another. This is one of those two.

First off, I had a brush with this before, and both times I noticed how thick and creamy and delicious the chocolate aroma is — like a hot chocolate! But the taste in comparison to that sweetness is a tad disappointing. Something about the weakness in flavour makes me wonder if the water I used for it was overboiled or not filtered properly, but I’m only getting cinnamon and ginger out of this, and very weakly, at that.

Going to give it a couple more tries before I rate this badly, I think, but it’s worth trying!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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I’m not a fan of most chocolate tea’s. It just doesn’t work. So why did I try this one? A friend I work with sent this to her mom and her mom loved it so much she ordered more with a crazy price tag since it’s not available in the states (I don’t think). Of course my curiosity was peaked. The first couple times i made it as a latte. It needs milk. Without milk it has that nasty sweetened taste with a water hardly spicy chocolate taste. It’s almost like Swiss Miss hot chocolate which I kind of hate because it tastes off. I gave it a fair trial…it’s not for me. Also it is pretty weak, one tea bag doesn’t seem to offer enough flavor, even in just a little water.

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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To finish my day, I decided to drink “Choco” from Yogi Tea with my big teacup. This herbal tea smell creamy hot chocolate. But at taste, it’s a little bit different: licorice at first, spicy and the little bit presence of cocoa. It’s not bad but I will try with my glass teapot next time. Anyway, it’s comforting!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 250 ML

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Varieteas Box (October) – 7/30

So, I went up to bed before my partner yesterday and forgot to prepare him a cup of tea to bring up when he was ready. I’m really trying to encourage him to drink more tea instead of beer in the evening and I’m forever buzzing around the kitchen telling him he can pick whichever tea he wants!

Well, last night he did! The look of horror on my face when I realised he’d chosen something from my Varieteas box must have been a picture! Cue lots of grumbling about how I only have one each of those samples and want to drink them myself and review them on Steepster. “But you said I could pick any!!” – “Yes… but not THOSE!” Oh dear! Needless to say, I made the poor boy share his mug of Choco with me.

And thank goodness I did! While my partner wasn’t all that impressed with it, I really enjoyed it. I wasn’t sure I was going to, because as soon as I lifted the mug to my lips, I was hit by a seriously weird savoury aroma. It was almost like Bovril! Though I love Bovril, especially in winter, so it didn’t put me off… just intrigued me. Taste wise, there was nothing savoury like about this tea. It was pure, rich chocolate. In fact, if my partner had not left the teabag in the mug when he brought it up, I would have been certain he’d made a mug of hot chocolate. There was a nice warmth from the spices and a creaminess from the vanilla. This was yummy!

I’m glad I made him share it with me. I’d definitely drink this again! And I think that was probably the last time my dear other half will ever help himself to a cup of tea from my cupboard, haha!

Flavors: Chocolate, Spicy, Vanilla

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Another tea from MissB adventures in europe. I had this and thoroughly enjoyed it. Much like cacao shells only a little more like hot cocoa. A fan of these, especially since they’re teabag form! thanks missB!

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Another of my favourite teas! Seems really to drink chocolate with a little bit o spices !

Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Spices

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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Anyone who loves chocolate should try this, and I’m sure there is alittle bit of cinnamon in there too! :) It’s fabulous! :)

Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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1 teabag used. Infused for 8 minutes.

Creamy and chocolate-y. I would definitely try to infuse longer for a longer time in the future or use double tea bags to get a stronger flavour.

Thanks to MissB for sharing with me!

Flavors: Chocolate, Creamy

Preparation
8 min or more 13 OZ / 375 ML

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I’m not a chai lover and I didn’t like cacao so I am probably not the target audience for This tea. Still, as I sip this, I can see it being a favourite among those who do enjoy those teas. When I took my first sip, I immediately thought Mexican hot chocolate. However, it goes beyond that. The barley base keeps this from being too dense but also contributes a nice roastiness. The vanilla is also a nice touch as it adds a touch of brightness to the cup. There is also a nice warmth from one of the spices, I’m thinking it’s ginger but I might be wrong about that. Overall, it’s not something I would reach for but it’s a tea I would certainly recommend. Thank you MissB and Sil for the opportunity to try it out!

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