Pure and clean. A must have for every tea lover.
12 Tasting Notes
This is my favorite tea at the Cambridge Tea House. They brew is just right. The creamy fragrance of the vanilla compliments the mild white tea.
Fruity and delicious.
Tastes much better as it cools down. Another mild tea. Vanilla notes and creamy texture.
I am beginning to realize that Harney & Sons teas are all mild (except for the Hot Cinnamon). This tea is no different. A dark tea with a mild spiced flavor. Good for those who are not into strong flavors.
Another smooth tea that is lightly flavored. Reminiscent of Lady Grey, but not as full flavored. I prefer the stronger favors in my black tea.
I was disappointed with this tea. I was expecting a spicy Autumn flavor and ended up with a low key rooibos flavor. That would be ok if I was expecting that. Otherwise it is a smooth tea.
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Tastes much like the black tea grapefruit without the tones of the black tea. These teas, at least for me, require sweetener to pull the full taste of the grapefruit to the surface.
Smells wonderful. I love grapefruit. This has that typical black tea undertone; however, it isn’t tainted with “flavorings”. This tastes like grapefruit essence.
I find the typical Pu’er smell of aged tea from this brick. The first steep brought out the caramel in this tea. A sweet and creamy flavor.
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