Tea & chocolate
3 GOURMET CHOCOLATE TEAS TO DISCOVER
CHOCOLATE TEABlack tea flavored with dark chocolate, mixed with nibs and cocoa powder. Blend of black teas from India and Kenya, Chocolate Tea is a gourmet and subtle tea. Its dark amber color gives off aromas of bitter cocoa as well as notes of hazelnut, honey and vanilla. On the palate, cocoa and black tea are balanced and the tannins, well balanced, evoke the sensation of dark chocolate melting in the mouth.
EARL GREY CHOCOLATEBlack tea with a fresh and intense scent of bergamot, associated with the sweet and deep flavors of chocolate. This blend of black teas from India and Kenya is mixed with roasted cocoa beans and wild mallow (plants). It has aromas of fresh bergamot on the nose, joined by notes of dark chocolate. Once in the mouth, it is first the bergamot that seizes, then the cocoa appears, accompanied by notes of hazelnuts and roasting.
RASPBERRY CHOCOLATEThe perfect harmony between the tangy raspberry and the deep scent of chocolate makes it a tasty tea. With an orange liquor with slightly rosy reflections, the Raspberry-Chocolate flavored black tea uses a powerful Kenyan tea base with naturally cocoa aromas, as well as black tea leaves, sprinkled with heather flowers. Its nose is fruity and slightly chocolatey and the liquor is more full-bodied, slightly tannic.
TEAS & CHOCOLATES PAIRINGS
WITH ALL CHOCOLATES
If tea is to be paired with chocolate in general, EARL GREY tea is ideal. This black tea flavored with bergamot is by far the most popular of black teas and it is also often used to flavor chocolates. It allows a beautiful harmony with chocolate thanks to its fruity aromas. A classic black tea with deep aromas such as ENGLISH BLEND tea will help bring out the flavors of chocolate and gradually reduce the sweetness or bitterness of it.
WITH A DARK CHOCOLATE
Dark chocolate is obtained from cocoa mass (a paste of shelled, degermed and roasted cocoa beans), sugar and cocoa butter (the fat obtained from cocoa beans). Its bitterness and persistence in the mouth can be reduced by a scented black tea. The CARAMÉLÉ black tea will bring out the notes of cocoa while bringing a little sweet and sweet side to the chocolate. For lovers of plain teas, a smoked black tea like KUNKO WAKOCHA, with its smoky notes, will also match the roasted and roasted flavors of cocoa.
WITH MILK CHOCOLATE
Smoother and less bitter than dark chocolate, milk chocolate is also much sweeter and can be associated with a classic green tea such as KAMA-IRI CHA "HYUGA", which will soften the palate while delicately and leave a sensation. sweetness in the mouth. An almost perfect combination that would have its place in the list of small everyday pleasures.
WITH A WHITE CHOCOLATE
White chocolate is often very sweet with a creamy side and can be associated with the characteristic flavors of a rooibos, naturally without theine, fragrant and sweet. BAMBINO with flavors of fruit and honey will allow a smooth encounter, without bitterness or astringency and will satisfy young and old alike.
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