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From SerendipiTea

Do you know the way…as sweet & breezy as a Bacharach melody.

Blood Orange Flavor (Natural), Cacao Beans, Chocolate Bits, Chocolate Flavor (Natural), Cream Flavor (Natural), Papaya, Rooibos (Organic), Rose Hips (Organic), Vanilla Flavor (Natural), Yogurt Bits

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Another sample from SerendipiTea.

This is like orange creme sickle from market spice, except for the chocolate. Blood orange is apparently much more tart than regular orange flavoring. I really like contrast of the vanilla and chocolate against the blood orange.

It’s a nice tisane for late night tea. I also think it would be great iced.
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Thanks for this, Missy and Dylan, wherever you guys are~

I like blood oranges, and I like chocolate. This seems like an odd combination though because blood oranges are like oranges on steroids. I don’t really think they match chocolate because they’re both more tart and sweeter than regular old oranges to me.

Not that it mattered, I could hardly taste chocolate in here. For the most part it was like a blood orange creamsicle in tea form.

It might be better to me as an iced tea, though it wasn’t bad hot. Still I have to say it’s pretty cool that a blood orange chocolate tea was ever even attempted, never would have thought of that myself.

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I’m moving through my little pile of SerendipiTea samples. I’m not sure if I’m super eager to, though, because the past blends haven’t been all that tasty. I feel like most of the blends that have fruit in them end up tasting the same… and it gives me the unpleasant image of all of the tea being kept together in the same big barrel in some warehouse.. not really, I know, but the thought lingers!

The dry leaf smells promising in the little pouch. It’s sweet with a bit of orange and a little something that reminds me of Christmas. Once water has been added, I’m getting a very tart orange liquid Motrin scent… eh.

I’m not getting anything creamy, really. It tastes like warm hibiscus and oranges. I wish that this would be more complex, but this is simply a tart tea with a nasty scent. I wonder if I’m just making bad choices with SerendipiTea samples or if my tastes have changed since trying this brand.


They just might be stored together. Sometimes individuals/companies don’t think that out.

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