Easy Like Sunday Morning

Tea type
Honeybush Tea
Chocolate Flavor, Cocoa Nibs, Lavender, Organic Honeybush
Alcohol, Artificial, Chocolate, Floral, Lavender
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 350 ml

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When we launched our line of hot chocolate blends, we found our favorite flavor was chocolate and lavender. The rich decadence of the chocolate was enhanced by a tiny flourish of floral calm. So that’s when we realized it would make the perfect herbal tea!

Everything feels easier after a calm cup of this blend. Honeybush tea and cacao nibs are paired with fresh Oregon lavender to make a dreamy cup of perfection.

All Plum Deluxe teas are hand-blended and infused with love in Portland, Oregon. Each 1 oz tea packet makes 15-20 cups. All organic ingredients — no sulfites, no artificial chemicals, non-GMO.

Ingredients: Honeybush Tea, Cocoa Nibs, Lavender, Chocolate Essence.

Preparation Instructions: Steep 1 tsp in 8 oz boiling water for 3-6 min.

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Received this as a sample with my advent order, and though I usually really love lavender and chocolate paired together, this just isn’t working for me. The chocolate is pretty synthetic tasting, and the addition of the lavender is not helping things.

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I received this as a sample from Plum Deluxe some time ago, only now getting around to it. I love chocolate and lavender as a flavor combination but have never seen any tea go down that route and was excited to see they had a chocolate lavender tea so of course I selected that as one of my samples to try. Thank you, Plum Deluxe! And this is a lazy, Sunday morning, so it seems appropriate, even if I do usually reach for caffeinated tea in the mornings and reserve my herbals for the evenings. I felt the mood for this and a cookie for breakfast… the sweet hankering hit me hard today, I guess!

I didn’t really like the aroma from the dry leaf, which smelled a bit artificial/alcoholic in the bag around the chocolate. But brewed up. that isn’t really coming out so strongly as it was letting off. The chocolate is a bit liquer-like when it hits the back of the tongue, but also more fudgy, in both aroma and flavor, but the lavender is a nice, strongly floral note that helps balance out some of the artificialties of chocolate-in-a-bottle flavorings. It carries a lot of weight here. The tea is fine on its own, but I think it would probably do a little better as a warm latte, as I think the creaminess would help it even more. Doubly so with a chocolate almond milk. That may be what I do with it next time.

So, I think the chocolate flavoring could be a bit better, but I am certainly happy there is a chocolate/lavender tea out there to scratch that itch, since it doesn’t do a terrible swing at it and I think it could be even more workable in a latte form.

Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Chocolate, Floral, Lavender

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 350 ML

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