60 Tasting Notes
My Libre infuser mug has arrived! I literally let out a “yay!” when my boyfriend brought the mail in and I saw the box. I only had bagged tea whilst waiting for the cup to get here because the teaball I had was rusting (ew). LiberTeas has given me so many yummy teas to try that it was hard deciding which tea to use first with my awesome new mug. I chose this because I just had pot roast for dinner and I wanted a nice fruity tea. This is good! AND it’s a green tea! I bet this would be awesome iced, even without sugar.
I have been drinking this and my other bagged teas for now because the teaball I have crapped out on me so I am waiting for my Libre infuser cup to arrive. I hope it shows up tomorrow because I can’t wait to try more tea samples!
Thanks LiberTeas for sending me this! I think this one is in almost even with the Tazo, almost. Maybe if I brew it up just a little bit stronger…man I’m beginning to sound like a broken record with these chai teas…
So. Good. Must. Have. More!
I don’t normally add anything to teas that aren’t chai, but I think that if a new tea smells or tastes like it might be good with creamer I should try it at least once. Vanilla coffee creamer(I ran out of vanilla silk) made this tea extremely coconutty and dessert-like. Delicious, but in the future I won’t add creamer to it.
I stuck my nose in the sample package and-suntan oil! That’s not a bad thing, but it’s dead on-SPF 4 (really? 4?) basting oil. The flavor is wonderful, none of the ingredients outshine the others at all. I will buy more of this soon!
Yea! My NecessiTeas samples came today! Decided to try this one first. It smells wonderful and tastes great as is, but I will be sure to put some vanilla silk creamer in and see what that’s like before I rate this tea.
Stronger brew=much better! I’d like it better if there was less cinnamon and it had just a bit of black pepper, but it’s still good!
Thanks to LiberTEAS for so many samples, and generous ones at that! I’m just “Meh” about this chai, maybe if I brew it stronger that will change. But as of right now it hasn’t knocked Tazo Chai off it’s pedestal. It is better than the Twinnings though!
2nd steep was very weak but it was still pleasant enough for me to drink.