Ok, this is one of the most perfect cups of teas I’ve had. I made this yesterday, but ended up steeping it three times. Rather than have the chocolate filtered, I plucked the chips out of the filter and put them straight in my cup.

The recommendations suggest a heaping teaspoon per 12 oz. I had about 10 oz of water, so left off the “heaping.”

I think because the chocolate chips were in the bottom on my cup, the sweetness was a little more concentrated towards the bottom of the cup. Most of the cup was subtly sweet and beautifully floral. Then, as I got to the bottom of the cup, the sweetness gets a bit stronger, but still beautiful. One of the best cups of comfort I’ve had in awhile.

One the second and third steep, I increased the steeping time to 3 and 4 minutes, respectively.

Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Rose, White Chocolate

Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I’ve been drinking tea since I was a little girl, and drinking different types for about the past 10 years or so, but only recently have I started exploring the different notes from different regions and flavored teas.

I’d say the water here isn’t bad (although a little hard), but I filter it anyway, just in case. I use tap water filtered with a PUR faucet filter in my tea and coffee.


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