Tea Archives

Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Tea.

Fossa Chocolate, Singapore

Incredible bean-to-bar chocolate from Singapore

Beschle Matcha

White chocolate with matcha tea.

The London Chocolate Company Truffles

A selection from The London Chocolate Company.

Anyone For Tea? The Rise Of The Tea Chocolate

A look at the trend of tea-flavoured chocolates.

Madre Chocolate Hawaiian Earl Grey Tea

Made from Hawaiian grown cacao, tea and vanilla.

Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé Matcha Tea

Beautiful matcha tea flavoured white chocolate.

Metrodeco Graham Greene & Chocolate Tea

Green tea with cocoa shells.

Teapigs Chocolate Flake Tea

An everyday tea with a hint of chocolate.

KitKat Matcha Green Tea

Another crazy KitKat from Japan!

Sadaharu Aoki Gift Box

Beautiful and chocolates that taste just as good as they look.

Tiger J’s Truffles

A range of truffles sold partly in aid of the Born Free Foundation.

Matcha Chocolat Mixed Selection

This first anniversary box represents something of a departure for Matcha, with more of the chocolates inspired by other herbs and spices.

The Tea Room Maté & Cocoa Nibs

The last thing I brought back from the San Francisco Chocolate Salon was this 51 gram bar by The Tea Room.

Matcha Chocolat Winter Selection

After a break from the norm with Matcha’s Chocolate Shards, tea-chocolatier-extrordinaire Katie Christoffers is back with another selection box – this time with a winter theme. The packaging remains unchanged from Matcha’s other selection boxes, which is fine by me, …

Christmas Afternoon Tea At The Hilton

A Christmas themed afternoon tea at the Hilton Park Lane.

Matcha Chocolat Shards

These beautifully packaged shards of chocolate are something of a departure for Katie Christoffers’ Matcha Chocolat. Until recently she has concentrated on her (equally beautiful) tea-infused filled chocolates, so I was intrigued to see how she would approach these. There …

Matcha Chocolat Lotus Selection

Another season is upon us, which means another collection of tea-based chocolates from Katie Christoffers’ Matcha Chocolat. The presentation is exactly the same as previous collections – the box hasn’t changed at all – only the contents have changed. Well… …

Zhena’s Gypsy Chocolate Jasmine Tea

One of the nice things about World Market is that, besides the occasional snow-cone or cookie samples, there are always coffee and/or tea in the back of the store. Perfect to pick up while browsing the chocolate shelves, not to …

Matcha Chocolat Jade Selection

Tea chocolate is very much the in thing right now. I think the fact that Katie Christoffers, the brains behind Matcha Chocolat sent us this new collection in the same week as the Paul A. Young & Henrietta Lovell tea …

Paul A. Young & Rare Tea Company Collaboration

We were lucky enough to be invited along to the launch of a collaboration between Paul A. Young and the Rare Tea Company’s Henrietta Lovell on Tuesday evening. After being plied with drink (a cocktail made from gin infused with …

Rogers Chocolates High Tea Bars

Rogers’ Chocolates have been around for a long, long time and as a result it is hard to think of them as anything but a very traditional chocolate company. And considering their line-up of tinned chocolates and their Victoria Creams, …

Matcha Chocolat Emperor’s Selection

It’s funny how you hear about new chocolatiers sometimes. Matcha were recommended to me twice in the space of the week, and just a few days later they got in touch via Twitter offering to send samples. Matcha is based …

Morinaga Koeda

Koeda is Japanese for twigs, and as you can see from the box, these are little knobbly twigs of milk chocolate. Inside each box are twelve individual packets, each containing four ‘twigs’ in a variety of flavours. In typical Japanese …

Organic Meltdown Bars

Some time ago (prior to a dose of what may have been swine flu which rendered my palate inactive for over a month) the people at Organic Meltdown sent over a brace of their bars for my attention. If you’re …

Guayakí Yerba Mate Chocolatté

For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, yerba mate is a very wonderful tea that’s popular in South America and often pushed for its health benefits. Namely, focus, clarity, and energy. I found this one in the “health …

Republic of Tea Spicy Chocolate Mint

When I bought this, I actually thought it was hot chocolate. It wasn’t until I got home that I saw the teapot on the front. And I thought I had examined it fairly carefully. At least I was right about …

Theo Chai Tea

Can I love these Theo Chocolate people even more? This is a fantastic range of flavors. It doesn’t seem to get too in depth about the mystic flavors of the cacao bean; it just tastes amazing. I was able to …

Stainer Marrakech

This is another in Stainer’s ‘spice’ selection, and probably the one that had me the most intrigued when I read what the ‘Marrakech Mixture’ constituted. This is a 70% dark chocolate bar with a mixture of Green Tea, Nanah Mint, …

Starbucks Chai Truffles

Being curious to sample more from Starbucks, I fed a recent obsession with Chai tea by picking these out. There were ten total truffles. The box-container they’re in is unique, and while it wouldn’t be great for a present, it …

Chocolate Masters House of Minerva, Bath

Time for another tale of chocoincidence, choco-karma or whatever you wish to call it… Picture this, it’s a hot day in August and I’m in Bath town centre. My dodgy knee has decided it doesn’t want to play and so …

Yogi Tea Choco Aztec Spice

It’s funny how sometimes things pop up in the oddest of places, leading you on a trail to something else. Hhow I came to find this tea is one such tale. I like a bit of music. Well, actually, I …
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