Chocolate Coconut Cream tea – white tea blend for chocoholics

Chocolate Coconut Cream Tea by Tea and the Gang

Chocolate and tea make for a super tasty pair. But chocolate is usually added to black teas, which makes Chocolate Coconut Cream tea even more special. This super tasty blend is crafted for serious chocoholics.

What does it taste like?

Keep reading.

What's in Chocolate Coconut Cream tea?

Chocolate Coconut Cream tea from is a blend of Chinese Bai Mu Dan tea (White Peony), desiccated coconut, apple pieces, rose hips, cocoa nibs and cocoa shells and natural flavouring. Being a white tea, it contains caffeine. It doesn't contain any sweeteners.  

Chocolate Coconut Cream white tea

It smells lovely, creamy, with deep cocoa notes and a light coconut scent in the background. A super important thing to mention is that this is a white tea, and nonetheless, Bai Mu Dan (Pai Mu Tan) tea. White peony will naturally be quite light, in both colour and flavour. It has a creamier and more intense flavour than most silver needle teas, but it will never be as strong as . Because of its depth and strong body, black tea rather than white tea is usually used as a base for chocolate teas. 

Just like other blends from this brand, this tea has large unbroken leaves, and all ingredients are equally pretty. Another delicious tea from Tea and the Gang, Strawberry Champagne is made with white tea too, so if you love strawberry teas, check out the review here.

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Chocolate Coconut Cream tea smells lovely, like a box of fine chocolate pralines. The scent is quite intense, but also light and airy.

How to brew this tea?

You know how the first rule of brewing a delicious cup of tea is not to over-steep it? With this tea, you can forget this rule. In fact, when you slightly over-steep it, you will intensify the cocoa flavour. It won't become bitter either. White tea notes are more pronounced in the flavour than in the scent and blend in with the cocoa and coconut notes really well.

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Use 2 teaspoons per cup of water and steep for 5 minutes at 85 degrees Celsius (185 degrees Fahrenheit).

This tea has a light sweetness and unless you add sweeteners to all your teas, you won't be needing any. If you do, a pure white or light brown sugar may work the best for this tea.

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Chocolate Coconut Cream tea is great for tea drinkers that want to enjoy a light without an overpowering flavour. It's a brilliant choice for tea drinkers that are trying to switch from heavily flavoured teas to pure teas too. Perhaps the most beautiful thing about this tea is that it feels so refined and sophisticated. Flavour is strong but light, without artificial notes. It's a beautiful tea for afternoon tea parties or as a liquid dessert after a meal. If you brew a stronger cup, you can also serve it with a splash of . White teas are not usually served with milk, but many will taste delicious.

Chocolate teas may not be the first choice for making a cold brewed tea, but Chocolate Coconut Cream tea blend taste wonderful when cold steeped too. The flavour is refreshing, and while slightly less intense, it's still beautifully chocolaty. Learn how to cold brew tea here.

Chocolate Coconut Cream Tea by Tea and the Gang

Who would love this tea? If you love chocolate flavours and are looking for beautiful and sophisticated flavours, this tea is for you. It' also a great me-time tea for slow sipping on a lazy Sunday afternoon and it's very easy to brew.  

Tea Recap

Water or milk? Water or water and a splash of milk.

Day or night? Day.

Hot or ? Hot or cold.

Sweetened or Pure? Pure.

Caffeine? Yes

What's the price? Starting from 3.19 GBP.

Where to buy? Get it from the Tea and the Gang website.

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