German Chocolate Cake

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So rich with dark chocolate and toasted almonds, you might think it's the liquid version of German Chocolate Cake. A soothing tea that complements any dessert.

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  • 1.5 tsp per 8 oz of water, 212°F, 5-6 min

    • One of our favorite dessert teas, German Chocolate Cake is a dark tea, which means that this tea is not only oxidized, but also fermented like beer and cheese
    • Dark teas develop a velvety smooth texture that begs to be accompanied by your favorite dessert
    • Although this tea is named after German Chocolate Cake, this dessert tea does not contain coconut
    • German Chocolate Cake isn't named for its German origin, but for the man Samuel German, who is developed a particular dark baking chocolate in the mid-19th century
    • The first published recipe for German Chocolate Cake appeared in a Dallas newspaper in the 1950's, and since then has been a popular dessert throughout the American South
    • The combination of baked apple, cinnamon apple bits, chocolate, and toasted almonds create a flavor very reminiscent of this famous southern dessert
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    • Pumpkin or banana bread
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    • Any cream or chocolate based dessert
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    • German chocolate cake
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