A lovely balanced chocolate with the delectable slight tartness of raspberries. The stunning aroma of ripe raspberries and delicate cocoa harmonizes exceptionally well with a delicate Darjeeling tea. Flavours of muscatels, musky spiciness and Himalayan mountain air creates a stunning counterpart to the delightful berry and chocolate combination.
Dark Cherry Intense with Tea
dsfsd This black tea is often regarded as one of the finest, the ‘Champagne’ of teas. The subtlety of its light, gentle muscatel flavour is the perfect accompaniment to the complex flavours of this chocolate enhancing the powerful cherry flavour. Darjeeling is best drunk black or with a touch of milk.
Dark 70% Cocoa with Tea
The delicate grassy and silky texture of the green tea is perfect for enhancing the intense cocoa flavour, hence why this pairing is a truly perfect match. The deep flavour of the tea wraps around the richness of the chocolate whilst cleansing the palate, leaving a fresh taste in the mouth. Drink Green Tea without any sugar, milk, or other additions, to preserve its robust flavour.
Caramel with A Touch of Sea Salt with Tea
Traditionally a blend of Assam, Ceylon and more recently East African tea, this is the nation’s bestselling tea which is ideal for drinking first thing in the day. This popular choice goes perfectly with the smooth caramel whilst the strong flavour brings out the salt crystals. The perfect treat for that well deserved tea break, whatever time of day.
Dark Mint Intense with Tea
This cooling and refreshing tea balances delicate green tea with sweet spearmint. Brewed light or strong with plenty of sugar, try with Lindt EXCELLENCE Dark Mint to bring out the pungent mint flavour of the tea and enhance the deep mint taste of the chocolate creating a match made in heaven.
Dark Orange Intense with Tea
Ceylon tea is famous for its versatility, variety and individuality of flavour, style and strength. The tea classically brews dark and flavourful with complex hints of citrus, so this pairing is best enjoyed by adding a splash of milk. You will notice the flavours enhance and blend extremely well with the dark chocolate as well as the sharpness of the orange whilst maintaining its crisp delicate flavour.
Dark A Touch of Sea Salt with Tea
First taste shows hints of honey and citrus, then the darkness and richness of the chocolate develops and you are finally hit by the salt crystals. Known for its body, briskness, malty flavour, as well as strong, bright colour, the maltiness of the Assam is the perfect match to the smooth texture of the chocolate and the distinct flavour of the salt.
Dark Chilli with Tea
Indian Chai is a spiced milk tea that has become very popular around the world. The aromatic spiced notes of cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pepper intensify the kickback of the chilli flavours in this bar. The smoothness of the dark chocolate blends well with the intense milky flavours of Chai tea creating an oriental flavour combination. Chai must have sweetness or the spices seem to lose their robustness, so do add a little sugar into your tea to ensure it balances with the striking aromatic flavours of this chocolate.
Extra Creamy with Tea
The creaminess and gentle caramel character of the chocolate is perfectly complemented by pairing it with the classic English favourite, Earl Grey. Using two classics, this pairing brings together the gentle citrus background of the bergamot and the smooth chocolate, adding a true depth.
White Vanilla with Tea
The little pearls of tea open up to release their pale green-yellow colour in the water and give a powerful heady aroma of jasmine flowers. The flavour produced is sweet, smooth, clean and beautifully perfumed perfect for cutting through the powerful, sweet Madagascar vanilla. The tea leaves the mouth clean and fresh with a retro-taste of flowers, ideal for drinking in the afternoon or after dinner paired with this rich and creamy white chocolate.