47 Tasting Notes
Someone just ordered this in the shop as a 16oz iced tea with a tablespoon of sugar, took one sip and exclaimed, “MY GOD! This tastes JUST like a chocolate shake!” Had to pass that on. =)
I just spent $150 that I REALLY don’t have to enter this tea into the North American Tea Championships. I could only (not) afford to enter one tea. I hope I picked the right one and that my partner doesn’t kill me for doing it. (I would have stewed about it all year if I hadn’t done it.)
Can’t wait to see what you guys think of this one. It has been a HUGE hit here at the shop. Only five left!
Guys I know I recently decided not to rate my own teas, but I am going to make this one exception for this truly amazing blend. Everybody keeps telling me how weird or gross it sounds, but this is truly an amazing blend. Worthy of a 100 rating from me and everyone else!
Whoops. I really didn’t realize it until I added this tea to Steepster that one of our competitors has a tea blend by the same name. I guess great minds think alike. Anyway, it was a little late to change it now, but it’s a different sort of tea anyway.
Looking for a seriously decadent dessert tea? Your search is OVER. This is just simply amazing.
Okay, so I’m trying really hard not to toot my own horn here. I don’t want to ruffle any feathers. But you guys HAVE to try this. I know it’s not as out there as Buttered Cinnamon Raisin Toast or Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, but this is DELICIOUS! I’m thinking we may have listed the ingredients incorrectly. (We’re supposed to list ingredients according to weight, so that whatever there is most of has to come first. Well, I think instead of “tea, black currants…” it should have been “black currants, tea”). We really put a lot of delicious black currants in this blend and our Bai Mu Dan is spectacular with it. Really, you should try it.
I guess no one on Steepster has had this one yet. My wife made a big pitcher of this as an iced tea to go with our chicken Alfredo dinner tonight. It is sooo refreshing and delicious.
I’ve always been surprised at how much more popular our pomegranate teas are in our brick and mortar shop than they are online. If I had to guess, I would say that there are too many competing pomegranate blends out there, and they have become somewhat ho hum. But I think we are unique in creating our pomegranate tea blends with real freeze-dried pomegranate arils. They have been so popular at the shop that we’ve had to create black, green, white and honeybush pomegranate teas.