Harney & Sons, Ambessa, Marcus Samuelsson, Choco Nut Blend Black Tea, 20 Sachets, 1.4 oz (40 g) (Discontinued Item)
- Chocolate Nut Black Tea
You can taste the velvety undertones of dark chocolate, caramel and peanuts in this rich, aromatic black tea blend. Time for a sweet, teatime indulgence.
Ambessa Teas are selected and blended by esteemed tea merchants Harney & Sons.
Ethiopian roots, a Scandinavian upbringing, world travel and an American coming of age...Ambessa's blends are a reflection of chef Marcus Samuelsson's own journey as well as his passion for world-wide culinary creativity.
A tribute to his African heritage, 'Ambessa' means 'lion' in the Amharic language and represents the traditional emblem of Ethiopia.
For Marcus, Ambessa is a way to celebrate a world of cultures, traditions and flavors. These inspired interpretations of classic tea blends are made from the most carefully selected ingredients from all over the planet.
Tea, to me, has always represented something special—the heritage of hospitality, a moment of reflective comfort, the meeting of friends and communities...and above all a refreshing, restorative and delicious experience.
In a life so rich and rewarding of experience, culture, cuisines and possibility, I never want to lose sight of how lucky I am or how unique my journey has been.
For best results, bring water to a boil and let it sit for up to a minute before pouring over the sachet. Allow the tea to steep for 3-5 minutes. Steep shorter for a subtle flavor, longer for a bolder brew.
Choco Nut is great with a touch of honey. Try using a cup or two of tea instead of water to add zing to sauces or classics like Mole Poblano.
Black teas, marigold petals, apricot, natural and artificial flavors.
Does not contain nuts.
I wish it were decaf, it would be perfect as evening tea. But still, it is a really nice tea in a beautiful tin.
Posted by 5325195649785903700 on Apr 11, 2015
Posted by amichanita on Apr 10, 2015
El té de esta marca siempre es una apuesta segura. Compré éste pensando que sabría a chocolate y tiene más bien un gusto a albaricoque; aún así no deja de estar buenísimo y no es dulzón en exceso.
no está mal
Posted by 5445923739251995341 on Nov 21, 2014
Es un buen té y huele fenomenal a chocolate, pero el regusto que deja este chocolate es bastante artificial. No repetiré