Let’s Talk Tea | Fox Tea Club – Chocolate Tea | Review

Hey there Teacups! It’s time again for another Let’s Talk Tea post. This time around it’s all about Fox Tea Club’s delicious Chocolate Tea Blend.

You’ll probably recognise Fox Tea Club’s name from a recent Let’s Talk Tea post in which I reviewed their Gummy Bear Black Tea and absolutely loved it. So I went into trying this with a few expectations and it’s safe to say that this blend lived up to all of them.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Cacao Beans, Caramel, Foxberry, Seabucktorn

 

Dry Leaves

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Aroma: Malty, Woody, Sweet, Milk, Chocolate, Honey & Vanilla.

Colour: Tea – Dark Black & Dark Brown | Sprinkles – Cream.

Shape: Broken, twisted, medium leaves.

The dry leaves alone had be incredibly excited for this tea. As a lover of chocolate I was so happy that it had such a strong chocolate note.

 

Wet Leaves

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Aroma: Malty, Woody, Sweet, Light Milk Note, Chocolate & Vanilla. The honey that I picked up in the dry leaves sadly wasn’t present once the leaves had steeped.

Colour: Dark Black, Dark Brown and Dark Green.

Shape: Large Broken Leaves. – Considering the dry leaves weren’t to big, I was really surprised by how much they unfurled.

 

Tea

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Overall I really enjoyed this blend. Fox Tea Club did an excellent job in getting this blend to taste so much like chocolate without using any artificial ingredients. The Sprinkles provided a great natural sweetness and rounded off the blend really well. It’s incredibly well balanced though I will say I didn’t taste the foxberry or the seabucktorn at all but it didn’t stop me from enjoying the blend. I can see myself ordering some more of this In the future.

Overall Teacup Rating: 5 / 5

Find out more about Fox Tea Club and purchase this blend for yourself here | As always Teacups if you have any questions at all either stick them in the comments or send them to me on twitter (@teaisawishblog) and I’ll answer them as soon as I can.

Speak to you all on Wednesday. Happy Steeping – Kimberley

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