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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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The simple pairing of Chinese green tea with delectable chocolate bits, Roman Chamomile, and scrumptious almonds, pistachio nuts, and macadamia nut pieces. Call us nutty, but you will love this tea.

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 1 minute. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Chinese green tea, almonds, milk chocolate bits, chamomile, macadamia nuts, pistachio nuts, cocoa kernels, and cracknel bits.

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13 Tasting Notes

2028 tasting notes

Sipdown no. 149 of the year 2014.

I’ve been drinking this one down gradually, interspersed with other things, and had intended to write a note about it this weekend but then Earthlink went kablooey. (Shakes fist at sky.)

I had rated this fairly high initially, I think because I was coming off of a lot of bad flavored green tea experiences and this one was better by comparison. But now that I’ve had a lot of really nicely done flavored green teas, I am dropping this one down a bit. Chocolate in green tea didn’t sound good to me (and I only bought this because I was in a phase where I was buying everything with the word chocolate in it) and I recall being surprised that it was as tasty as it was. After drinking it more, though, I started to become aware of its downsides.

The primary one is that chocolate in green tea didn’t sound good to me because it’s not really the best and highest use of both flavors. Chocolate ought to be rich and luscious, and green tea ought to be refreshing and light but tasty. Their purposes in life are different, in my view. The chocolate here doesn’t overpower the green tea, but that’s part of the problem. It has to hold back to avoid doing so. And the green tea here doesn’t add to the richness of the chocolate and in fact works against it.

Bumping it down a few points. I wouldn’t buy it again, though that’s irrelevant now, as Teavana has apparently discontinued it.

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200 tasting notes

Hey, it’s another night of discontinued tea as I work on my comp paper for grad school. I bought this from Teavana a while ago. It smells wonderful, which I’m sure is part of the reason I bought it. I brewed this along time ago, probably found it too bitter, and put it away in the “Tea Box Void”. I resurrected it recently and found it still had a pleasant smell, so I thought I would give it another try. This time, I did some homework, and found out you shouldn’t brew it for more than 2 minutes. Check and check. The short steeping helped a lot, and it is a pleasant tea to drink.

As it’s cooling down, I think I would prefer it iced. Also, I agree with the other reviews that these flavors would have worked better with a black tea. The green tea they’ve used is just too unforgiving. Well, not like it matters since it’s discontinued.

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21 tasting notes

Mixed with Peppermint it tastes kind of like a Peppermint Pattie but you have to get it just right.

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86 tasting notes

Following the other comments, I went for a very short steep and it paid off. Fortunately all of the flavors complement each other. Reminds me of a chocolate chip macadamia nut cookie minus a just few calories!!!!

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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431 tasting notes

I thought I would like this tea. I like most of the ingredients. But,the tea no matter how short I steeped it. I’t always came out bitter.

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62 tasting notes

Drank it today. Not much left.

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4 tasting notes

It was good. Not great, but ok.

180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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54 tasting notes

This is a very unusual tea! I don’t drink it often but it’s good to have in the cupboard for when I want something really different. I brew this with cool water like I would for any green tea, letting it sit for a little longer than usual to get the most out of the chocolate and nut flavours. I’d recommend this one for people who are just getting into green tea, or anyone who is a big fan of well-flavoured teas.

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22 tasting notes

I’ve managed to oversteep this nearly every time I drank it. It’s really a tease because I can taste how good it could be.

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5 tasting notes

Every time I open the canister, someone comments on how great it smells. (Okay, it’s usually my office mate.) It’s also delicious. Being green tea, though, it can get bitter fast if left steeping too long.

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