5 Tasting Notes
I really like the spices in this tea. It definitely reminds me of cooler weather and begs to be sipped hot with a splash of milk (don’t mind if I do!) There is a touch of sweetness in this tea that I really like.
Had this tea hot to warm up to. I love the smell, to begin with. The dark color of the tea looked like coffee brewed and there was definitely a texture to the tea. I brewed it a little bit longer than I was supposed to (I got distracted!) but it never got bitter. I’ll reserve this for a treat on foggy mornings.
I drank this iced, cold brewed and the apricot really stands out. It looked like a green tea at first because the color did not deepen, but it’s definitely black!
My favorite filter in my house. Awesome to use because that darned Rooibos doesn’t get stuck in the holes and I can clean it out easily. An easy cleanup is always a winner for me.
Goodness, this tea is great cold-brewed! I brewed it overnight (about 1/2 oz in 1.5 L water) and it couldn’t be any more perfect.
The color of the tea makes it look like a green tea, but it’s black. The key lime flavors really stand out. No sweetener needed.