Dark 62% chocolate (entirely from cocoa from Taiwan), in which case the makers of Fu Wan add Tie-Guan-Yin Oolong tea. For those who are not so fond of teas, there is always Wikipedia. Tieguanyin (TGY) tea. And also there are all sorts of them, based on processing, once you are busy with tea you can stay busy in how many varieties, subspecies, processing there are. And then you haven’t even made the tea. That is another art too.
You do not have to make tea with this chocolate (nice, because of the diversity of chocolates and tea, there are wonderful combinations to make), here you just get the tea ready-made in the chocolate.
Taste tones described by the makers: bay leaf, fennel seed, clove, mint, guava, orchid
Ingredients: cocoa, cane sugar, cocoa butter, tie-guan-yin tea powder.
Allergy note of the makers: may contain traces of soy, nuts, peanut, milk, egg and wheat.