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White Chocolate Obession Tea Case of 6 boxes (120 tea bags total)
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We’re obsessed with our blend. One sip of this robust tea and decadent rich chocolate and you’ll see why. Add your favorite milk and sweetener, and then pucker up for this kiss in a cup.
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Ingredients

Alkalized cocoa powder, black tea, natural white and dark chocolate flavors, carob, grape seed extract

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Taste Profile
Smooth black tea with rich slightly bitter dark chocolate flavor, add milk and sugar to make a deeper chocolate beverage
Aroma
Rich hot cocoa
Liquor
Dark caramelized brown
Recommended Temperature
Steeping Instructions
1

Be sure to start with fresh cold water and bring to a rolling boil.

2

Pour over tea bag, steep for 4 minutes (or whatever time you like), remove bag (but no squeezing please!).

For Iced Tea by the Glass: Steep a little longer. Pour over ice.

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by RoseAnn from Tiffin on 8/4/2014 11:49:05 AM
Neither Kroger or Walmart had this tea...even on Valentines Day! I had to order it! What's up with that! They still don't have it!
Can't find Eggnogg'n
by Becky from Jackson on 12/17/2014 4:22:47 PM
I can't find Eggnogg'n tea anymore in stores. How disappointing. One of my favorites.
Eggnoggin'
by Vicki from Leland on 12/28/2014 8:50:10 AM
Becky- Harris Teeter is the only grocery store I found that carried Eggnogg'n tea! I bought several!!
Review on White Chocolate Obession
by Lou Ann from Glendale on 1/3/2015 7:55:34 PM
I ordered three boxes of White Chocolate Obsession from LuckyVitamins.com, because the stores here aren't selling it. I had wanted the Peppermint Bark Tea, but wanted to try the tea first before ordering from Bigelows and basically the difference between White Chocolate Obsession and Peppermint Bark looked like it was just the peppermint. Both basically have the same stuff in it, so I thought I would buy this and taste it and then put peppermint in it to get an idea of what this other tea tasted like. I have found that Bigelow tea is weak on flavor to start with, which is disappointing, but I am in love with their Vanilla Carmel so I always put two bags into my cup and I was expecting the same situation with this tea so again I put two bags into the cup. White Chocolate Obsession implies that you will be hit with white chocolate kind of like peppermint tea hits you with peppermint, but not in this case. I can't taste the white chocolate and it basically taste like tea with powdered dark chocolate like the powder chocolate people used to use to make homemade hot chocolate with. Adding sweetener helps with the bitterness of the chocolate. I am expecting white chocolate and if there is any there it is faint. So I am going to the store to buy white chocolate to put in the tea till it is used up. This is very disappointing.
This is pretty good, however, it could be great, if you read.
by Audrey from Wyoming on 1/12/2015 1:48:13 PM
This tea does have a slight kind of chemical flavor at first. I think that is just the alkalized cocoa. It is really good though and has really good pleasant white chocolate taste and it is not very bitter. I think this is around a four star tea. It is very good, however, it could be great. What these tea needs is a slight strawberry flavor with it. I think the acidity of the strawberry actually helps neutralize (or just the extra flavor helps mask) a little of the chemical flavor of the alkalized cocoa. I think this needs to be a Strawberry White Chocolate tea (in my opinion) and it is a five star tea. That is what I did with it myself. I put 1/4 tsp strawberry extract in with it and it is excellent.
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