55 Tasting Notes
A beautiful reddish colored tea; brisk and with great body. I will be drinking this one for the simple joy of the tea, in and of itself.
MMmmmmmmm … caught a chill on the way home from work today, and a cup of Queen Catherine was just the right thing to chase it away!
After being enticed into the purchase of this tea by its lovely aroma, I am a bit disappointed with the brew because the bergamot is quite subdued. Really it barely tastes like an Earl Grey at all; it tastes good but don’t expect the crispness of bergamot. It is also a very light, yellow-y colored brew, also not quite what I had expected.
Even though it was not as I had anticipted, I do like this cuppa; it is light and I appreciate the vanilla-creaminess.
Delicious, nutty with a bit of cocoa. Perfect for this cold day! Kind of reminds me of roasted chestnuts. Yum!
I must be missing something. This tasted just like boiled water, I detected no linden flower, really nothing at all. Even after adding more tea and steeping longer. And I really did try to like it. Go figure.
Stormy weather today…stayed home a little late this morning rather than driving through storms to work, and had a second .. and then a third … cup.
I have always found this tea to have a jammy-ness, bold tea with a big sweet fruity kiss :) No sugar needed, naturally sweet. Mmmmm, good tea when you are playing hooky for an extra hour!
Great peach/mango flavor, but it totally overpowers the white tea (I don’t detect the floral flavor or aroma of the tea.) I keep this at work, it smells so good that people stop by and ask about what smells so delicious and it is inexpensive enough to share with just everyone.