The beauty of this tea truffles recipe is that you can use up tea left lingering in your store cupboard - be it Jasmine, English Breakfast or even Lapsang Souchong for a smokier truffle. The key to the recipe is to brew the tea so it is very strong, and can match up to the intensity of the chocolate.
Lemon Cornmeal Cakes with Lapsang Souchong Chocolate Sauce -- "This dessert is all about a startling combination of flavors--apricots, smoky Lapsang souchong tea, chocolate, maraschino liqueur and cream. Every element of this dessert can be made in advance." -- Food & Wine