Over the past couple of days, Satoshi went to Hong Kong with some of his co-workers.
Before he left, I asked if he could look for these chocolates, Chà.Ke.Li which are made by an upscale Chinese restaurant, Yè Shanghai.
The reason I asked for these were because they were apparently infused with various teas.
He purchased 8 of their tea chocolates.
Jasmine (Ghana 40.5%), Longjin (Papua 35.7%), Matcha (White 37%), Earl Grey (Mexico 66%), Oolong (Venezuela 72%), Tieguanyin (Santo Domingo 70%), Shuixian (Cuba 70%), Pu'er (Tanzania 75%).
Unfortunately for most of these, the tea flavors were so overpowered by the chocolates they were unnoticeable.
We did enjoy the Jasmine, Matcha, Shuixian & Earl Grey ones though.
A bit disappointed, I am still glad we got to try these.
Chà.Ke.Li by Yè Shanghai
Level 3, Pacific Place
Metro Admiralty Station