26 Reviews

This is a really great idea. I'm not really a tea drinker and this kills the tea taste great for me. Chocolatey at first with the mint aftertaste. I used 2 tblsp chocolate syrup, no Splenda, vanilla coffee creamer & a peppermint green tea bag. A great way to get the benefits of tea without the taste. Thanks!

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**Mandy** September 30, 2007

Very good, next time i will add less water sese the ice makes it a wee bit watery

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trulyabaker July 01, 2007

Made for DD and her best freind - both girls loved it and took some to mer Mom too! They asked if I would make it again, so it is definitely a keeper! *I used Creme Brulee flavored creamer, so I didn't use any sugar since this probably made it sweet enough with the chocolate too. Otherwise exactly as written.* Thanks Engrossed!

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Mommy Diva May 01, 2007

I infused fresh mint leaves in water, skipped the sugar, used chocolate flavored creamer was just yummy!

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Rita~ April 03, 2007

Great drink! I did not have chocolate syrup on hand so I melted semi-sweet chocolate chips in hot whipping cream and skipped the creamer. Pretty yummy! What I enjoy about this drink is that it's not "milky" like some teas of this variety tend to be. Definitely will keep this recipe handy and serve to guests on cold winter nights instead of gross store-bought hot chocolate! Although I've only tried it hot, I'm sure it will be just as enjoyable when served cold. Two thumbs up!

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hotlids March 14, 2007

I gave this 5 stars. I love this tea it's so yummy. I came across this recipe a couple of days ago and I just had to try this tea. I made this as a hot tea. I made this with milk as I did not have non dairy coffee creamer or cream on hand. I plan to use cream next time as I think it will be thicker and creamer. I used 1 tablespoon Splenda as I do not have the packets. This is yummy. Thanks for posting a great recipe. Christine (internetnut)

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internetnut February 15, 2007

I have a new use for my peppermint tea! This is delicious! I skipped the sugar/splenda because I thought it was sweet enough with just the syrup & whipped cream. And I used 1/2 & 1/2 but think cream would have been better. ;) A wonderful drink for these nasty cold days - and FAST, too! Thanks for posting!

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Elmotoo February 15, 2007

WoW! The first sip was a surprise of flavors! At first you taste the smooth chocolate and then the mint hits you. The whipped cream wasn't bad either :). What a great idea Engrossed!

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cookiedog February 11, 2007

I am drinking this while I type and my nose is covered with whipped cream and I must say... I am in heaven! This is very good! I used half-and-half and regular sugar. I can't wait to try this cold!

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NcMysteryShopper February 07, 2007

This is outstanding. I used half-and-half and drank it hot. It was delicious and I will be making this often. It's so relaxing!

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Lainey6605 February 05, 2007
Chocolate Peppermint Tea