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White Chocolate Strawberry from 52Teas


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Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  52Teas

Tea Description: 

Ingredients:  Premium black teas, freeze-dried strawberries, natural flavors.

Taster’s Review:

This is one of the new teas that came in the Box of Chocolate Teas from 52Teas, and at the time of this writing, that is the only way this tea is available.

I didn’t actually choose this tea to drink first, it … sort of chose me!  You see, I was happily, but rather haphazardly, removing the tins of tea out of the box, and they were very snugly tucked inside.  In my haste, the lid of this tin opened and a small amount (just a few leaves) scattered out of the tin.  So, I decided that this meant that I was to brew this tea right away!

And, I’m really glad I did!  The flavor is delightful.  The strawberry flavor is dominate, it tastes sweet and just a little tart.  That tartness sort of lingers on the tip of the tongue well after the sip.

The white chocolate flavor is a more subtle flavor, and I find that it reveals itself more after the tea has had a short time to cool.  Not cold or even lukewarm, but not piping hot, either.  Just allow it a few minutes to cool after it’s been poured into the cup, and the white chocolate flavor emerges.  It is creamy and sweet, and compliments the strawberry flavor very well, and even softens the aforementioned tart notes just a little as it starts to come out a little more.

The black tea base is strong, smooth and deliciously suited for these flavors.  It supports the bright flavor of the strawberry and the soft, silky flavor of the white chocolate without overwhelming them.

I quite enjoyed this cup … I’m so glad this tea chose to have me brew it first!

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