133 Tasting Notes
I generally enjoy this tea. The flavour combination is lovely. However, it oversteeps very easily. Being someone who enjoys strong tea steeped for a long period of time, this can be problematic for me. However, done in a teabag or ball, rather than loose and steeped just right, it’s a lovely tea.
Not my favourite tea ever, but like Honey Lemon Ginseng, will put up with quite a bit of travel-mug abuse.
One of my preferred Timmies teas. I’m drinking a teabag of it at home right now, steeped in a cup (because that’s the way they did it there, I was afraid that one teabag wouldn’t do for a pot), with milk and brown sugar added.
I find it enjoyable, with a nice depth of flavour for a bagged tea.
Somewhat bland for a chai, but still a decent cup of tea. I’ve tried it as a milk tea once before, but find I prefer it steeped in water, with added milk. I also prefer it sweetened — honey’s not bad, though brown sugar is best.
I rather love this tea.
I generally describe it as a hot pink lemonade. The “hot” refers to temperature (I generally drink it hot) more than the colour, which is a vibrant shade of dark pink. The flavour is strong but lovely — it can be overstrong at times, mind. Remeniscent of lemonade, but with far more depth. I generally enjoy it clear.
The second brew is also delicious, though lighter in colour and taste.
I love the blend of raspberry and bergamot in this flavoured tea. I find the flavour to be a little weaker than I’d like — a stronger version of this flavour combination would make me incredibly happy, but it’s rather nice nonetheless.
Although it says it has a medium flavour, I find it quite strong when steeped. Definitely a tea to have with milk and sugar.
The scent of the tea is somewhat exotic to me, and the orange and bergamot really come through.
Not one of my favourite teas ever, but definitely one of my standbys.
I tend to abuse this tea, fill a travel mug with a teabag in, and keep on refilling it as the day goes on. Perhaps not the best way to enjoy the tea, and I should give it a proper tasting one of these days, but I can say that it holds up to the abuse quite well, and I enjoy it during my classes after it’s had time to well oversteep.
Basic black tea, what I drink every night with my grandfather. I can get bored of it now and again, but it will always be the standard for me, and will always be somewhat of a comfort-tea.
I brew it strong, and drink with milk and either sugar or honey, and that’s the way I like it.