Red Velvet Cuppa Chocolate Tea Bags
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Have your cake and sip it too! Indulge your sweet tooth with this healthy, caffeine-free infusion. Rooibos is blended with chocolate and beet root bits to taste just like the classic red velvet cake. The perfect cup to accompany birthdays and other celebrations.
Red Velvet Cuppa Chocolate Tea was featured on NBC Today Show as one of the top 10 Skinny Foods all dieters should try, as an editor's pick, guilt-free indulgence by Oprah.com and in the New York Times.
Rooibos (Red Tea) is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping red tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
rooibos, beetroot bits, sweet blackberry leaves, chocolate & vanilla flavoring
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Amazing as a Latte
First of all, I haven't tried this tea with water. Instead, I heated up a mug of unsweetened vanilla almond milk, frothed it a bit, and dropped a tea bag in. I added a tiny bit of sweetener, and let me tell you, it was absolutely fantastic! Rich and sweet and fantastically decadent! It definitely satisfied my sweet tooth, and I recommend trying it like this to anyone, especially those who are unsatisfied with the tea's flavor when it's made with water.
Could NOT get past the smell
After reading reviews, I decided to let it steep a little longer than 7mins and it was indeed weak. But I couldn't get past the smell. Did not smell like delicious chocolate. More earthy. And the taste wasn't flattering either. just not my cuppa.
I was VERY disappointed ) = I love red velvet cake and I thought this would be perfect to get the taste without the calories. Not even close- I can't believe I spent $10.00 on something this bad.
My Least Favorite Chocolate Tea
I tried the variety pack of chocolate teas so I could find my favorites before ordering in bulk. I didn't hate any of them, but this was definitely my least favorite. There was something artificial about the taste and the smell, and it just didn't do it for me. I thought some of the other chocolate flavors were much better.
Amazing... but with a drawback
The main problem with this tea is how weak it is if less than 3 bags per cup is used. I average 4-5 bags per cup to get the really rich chocolate flavor. I add a little sugar and a splash of white chocolate mocha creamer and I swear its the best I've ever drank. The key is making sure its brewed strong for the true flavors to come out. The down side to that is I go through a canister of the bags WAY too fast.