Chocolate Violet Tea

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From Fortnum & Mason

A gently floral, chocolatey and oh-so-Fortnum’s tea inspired by our handmade Chocolate Violet Creams. Decorated with beautiful blue cornflower petals, this iconic creation blends together cocoa shells and black tea to create a most relaxing and delightful chocolate treat without the deliberation.

Every silky tea bag is specially packed in an envelope to be enjoyed anywhere at anytime.

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So this was a sachet – it was at least filled with loose leaf and just repackaged in sachet form, but I definitely don’t love the sachets since you’re still losing that control of being able to measure out your own tea…

This was surprisingly good though; I didn’t think that the violet would actually come through in the flavour but it was actually quite strong. It’s weird because it’s definitely distinctly floral, but there’s also a sort of tangyness to it too? Maybe tang isn’t quite the right word – but this is actually the third violet tea I’ve had in January and they ALL had this sort of note/tinge to them alongside that floral element so whatever it is it’s definitely consistent…

I’m not sure yet whether I actually like the taste of violet in my teas or not…

Chocolate was tasty; very fatty and creamy like a good, higher quality milk chocolate. Had that sort of “lushness” in flavour of melted chocolate too. I think that’s a flavour that’s hard to not enjoy. Even as a person not SUPER into chocolate teas, I found myself swooning at how well it was conveyed in the cup. Plus, no weird oilyness to the mouthfeel!

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