Black Silk Chocolate Milk Qu Hao from 52Teas

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Black-Silk-Chocolate-MilkTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy: 52Teas

Tea Description:

Mount Wuyi, in Fujian China is primarily known for oolongs, but this rare black tea is harvested only a short time each year. It is naturally low in tannins, giving it an exquisitely smooth finish which, combined with its natural chocolate notes, earned it the nickname “Black Silk”. We’ve upped the ante by adding some organic chocolate and marshmallow flavors, cacao nibs and marshmallow root.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Hello Chocolate Milk! Wow.  This tea is amazing! Smells amazing too.  I am not a huge chocolate fan.  Never have been.  But this one is fantastic.  Smooth and  creamy.  Tastes just like chocolate milk with a hint of something else.  Almost like a creamy caramel hint.

The dry leaves smell amazing too.  Smells like high quality chocolate. (The good stuff that is reserved for those special occasions.)   This tea is the perfect substitute for the chocolate cravings I seem to get now and again.

Throw some leaves (1 tbsp) in my glass teapot, 212F-1 cup water-froth up some milk and pouf. . . the perfect chocolate latte.  This is one of the best 52Teas blend I have ever had.

Now to go do some research about Qu Hao. . .

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