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“This is one of the many interesting (or strange?) tea blends I've come up with on my own. I got the idea around Valentine's Day after I kept seeing chocolate roses everywhere. I wondered what actual roses combined with a chocolate flavor would taste like. I used carob instead of real chocolate because it's healthier and it tastes similar to hot chocolate to me. I thought this recipe might turn out awful, but it's delicious! It's excellent hot but also pretty good iced. This would make a great romantic-sounding drink to enjoy with the significant other on Valentine's Day! Note: I've listed things in teaspoons because this website won't let me list it in parts, but it's technically in a ratio, so you can make whatever quantity you want.”
READY IN:
15mins
SERVES:
1
UNITS:
US

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Directions

  1. Assemble all the ingredients and place in a tea ball. Note: If you don't own a tea ball, then you can put the ingredients directly in the water and then strain out later.
  2. Place tea ball in hot water and steep for 10 minutes.

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