Steep for 3-5 minutes, 208°F
For loose leaf iced teas, use 2 tsp per 8oz glass.
Did You Know?
Tea Type: Ceylon black tea
Origin: Sri Lanka
The island of Ceylon, now known as Sri Lanka, with its high elevation and tropical climate, is considered to grow some of the best quality tea in the world. Ceylon teas are the result of partially fermenting young tea leaves yielding an ultra-quality with mild and pleasant liquors which are unusually fragrant. Tea Forté’s Hazelnut Truffle Ceylon tea comes from the lush and fertile mountainous interior of the island. Artisan-crafted to capture the lively quality of the Ceylon black tea leaf with the chocolate of cacao shells to impart the unique natural flavor of toasty hazelnut. Flakes of fragrant coconut give the tea it’s naturally sweet tropical flavor. Soy is sprinkle to provide a creamy, smooth texture. Add a splash of milk and sweetener for a delicious dessert beverage
- Flavor: smooth, rich dark chocolate, enrobed with roasted hazelnut
- Aroma: chocolaty roasted hazelnut
- Color: ebony
- Strength: medium bodied
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Customer Reviews (11) Write a review
I have a sensitive nose, and I do not like the way this tea smells. To drink it I have to remember not to breathe it in. And well, I enjoy breathing in the steam of my tea. So this is not one I will be ordering again. I love the chai, and the earl grey for reference. I am going to try black currant.
I enjoyed it... once I added two spoons of sugar. It was really tasty. I could taste the dark chocolate AND the hazelnut! A satisfying cup, indeed.
This tea has a rich creamy flavor that is perfect for a cold rainy day.
This is one of the blander pyramid teas bags. I tolerate it when it's part of a collection, but would rather have a different flavor.
So, so good! Definitely my favorite. You won't be disappointed.
This tea does not taste like dark chocolate or hazelnut at all. It isn't a bad tea, I was just expecting something different.
I got this tea in my Warming Joy Holiday Collection and it is DELICIOUS! I ran out of milk so I used Hazelnut Creamer and it just brought out so much more flavor. My new holiday favorite to sip while I enjoy this winter weather. A must try!
My daughter, who knows I love tea, bought a box for me to drink when I stay with her. Now I am buying some to have at my own home. It is delicious!
Definitely a new favorite for me - possibly even surpassing the perfect Black Currant! I tried this one right away and was not disappointed. I tend to like a sweeter tea or a more traditional tea (i.e. the Tea Forte English Breakfast), and am not so much into the Green and White teas, so this new flavor is ideal for me. The hazelnut is mild in case you are not a fan, and the chocolate overtones are heavenly. Must....go...order....more....!
I love the dolce vita teas and I'm so happy that Tea Forte added another delicious dessert-like tea. It has all the flavor of a sweet treat without the guilty calories. Totally addicted.
I love the aroma, the flavor... how can you beat chocolate, coconut and hazelnut. I don't need to add a lot to the cup - but it would last longer if I didn't drink it every day!