61 Tasting Notes
Yellowish orange in color with the aroma of hay. The hay flavor hits you right away, it has a sweet taste and a little bit of cucumber flavor at the end.
Light Oolong that is yellow in color and has a steamed veggie and floral aroma. This tea has a complex flavor that is sweet and floral with a pleasant aftertaste.
Dark Oolong that is amber in color and has a malted steamed veggie aroma. The tea taste vegetal and fruity, with a subtle orange and strawberry flavor.
Light Oolong that is yellow in color and has a steamed vegetable aroma. The tea is light, it’s not too sweet, and it has a floral and steamed spinach taste. This tea is pretty good, but it does not stand out as anything special.
Dark Oolong that is light amber in color and has a nutty roasted aroma. It is light and sweet with a peach and cocoa taste.
Light Oolong that is yellowish green in color and has a floral aroma. It tastes sweet and floral with a little fruitiness on the back end. Plus it can help prevent scurvy.
Sweet, nutty, and tastes of apricot. It is enjoyable hot or iced.
Smells of the holidays: cloves, cinnamon, and oranges. It has a light taste compared to its strong aroma with the same flavors as its aroma. There is also a little nuttiness to this tea. I have had some other holiday teas that I would prefer at the holidays, but I can drink this tea year round (where I could not do that with some of the others).
This tea is malty with a little citrus flavor. The tea is good but not really my kind of blend. I do not think I am a fan of Assam/Ceylon blends.
Lemony and a nice touch of bergamot. Not overpowering on the flavoring can still taste some of the tea. If you feel like drinking an Earl Grey tea, you can’t go wrong with this tea.