Dark Chocolate

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Imagine this, you are craving chocolate but don’t want all of the sugar or calories. Well, you’re in luck! This amazing blend of black teas from Ceylon and China gives you an extra perk, while the tart, yet sweet, cocoa satisfies all of your chocolate cravings.

For a real experience: add almond or coconut milk

Flavor Notes: sweet, chocolate

Benefits

Black tea is high in antioxidants
Black tea may reduce the risk of cancer
Black tea may boost heart health
Cocoa helps maintain healthy brain
Cocoa slows the aging process
Cocoa contains good source of vitamins and minerals

Ingredients: Black tea 65%, cocoa peel, broken cocoa bits, coriander, flavoring.

Contains: Caffeine

Serving Size: 20 Cups per 8-10oz of water

Net Wt. 1.75oz. (Makes 20 Cups)

Brewing Instructions

Scoop 1 TSP (2 grams) Brew: 4-5min Temp: 203-212°

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I made a small latte using my sample of this because I wanted sweet. This isn’t sweet. This is more spiced chocolate liqueur. I can sort of see where the idea of dark chocolate could be picked up on but it’s not quite that for me. Or if it is dark chocolate, it’s not a great quality dark chocolate, which I guess is what I wanted. It’s not a bad tea but it’s also not one I need more of following this sample.

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First tea of the morning while I grind on some data entry (Nutrition Facts Tables will be the death of me) this morning from home – chocolate seemed like a much needed piece of comfort and sweetness for the morning I expected to have…

I enjoyed this one – it’s not something I’d want to purchase a bigger amount of though. That’s primarily because I rarely feel drawn towards chocolate teas – especially more “plain” chocolate teas where I don’t have another flavour to offset the chocolate note. That said, I thought it had a nice cake-y quality and the dark chocolate felt natural without being too sweet or being oily/gross in the cup. It did have a bit of a chocolate liqueur taste too. What I actually liked most about it though was the hint of coriander mixed in – the subtle spice to offset the chocolate was such a nice, simple change of pace and elevated the cup a lot and went a long way to keep this from feeling flat to me.

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