19 Tasting Notes
I found it lovely. I really like the Orange + Cinnamon combo but I was quite curious to try the orange without any spice. It’s sweet enough, I didn’t add any sugar. It’s both strong and refreshing at the same time :)
Ehrm, I’m sorry but this is not my kind of tea. Too weak for me ;) I love stronger teas. Anyway I’m glad to have tasted it because I was quite curious, and I bought the Twinings classics collection, so I have to give away three bags only. Odds: a little aftertaste of…fish? Is it possible? :O
I love it. Especially when it’s cold outside and I’d like to taste something hot but not too sweet and not too bitter. Very nice with good company, a good movie and some good chocolate biscuits ;)
ROOIBOS HONING: Ok, round two. That’s better than the ginger one but, even if I can taste a little bit of honey, this kind of tea is too strong. In my opinion, it covers all the other flavours; Rooibos is not for me, maybe.
GEMBER ROOIBOS (Ginger Rooibos) – I just tasted it but it was not good as I imagined. I feel pretty welle the particular taste of the ginger in my mouth but each time I take a sip my throat starts to tingle for a bit, and this is quite annoying!
Just tasted :) A lovely friend of mine sent me this one from Amsterdam. I really love that, I’m sorry I forgot Spekulaas cookies, these would be aboslutely perfect with this kind of Chai :) Thanks Erika!
As I said for “Sternenmarkt” (Teekanne) I love seasonly teas, this is very strong, I tasted it with Denmark butter cookies and even if I found it a little hard to finish, it kept me a good company during cold days :)
I love seasonal teas, I added just a teaspoon of honey to sweeten a little bit, but it was perfect with gingerbread bisctuits :) Thanks to Eva for sending me this lovely tea from Germany!