40 Tasting Notes
2010: A Tea Odyssey. This tea is full of stars! Its like drinking a garden bouquet. I am completely in this tea’s awe. If this grade II blows my mind I can only imagine the Euphoria of the higher grades.
Melt in your mouth buttery flavor. Makes me want to get a donut. The coconut overpowers the green taste but not in a bad way. Lovely.
Very unusual tasting green. I drank this first thing in the morning and perhaps my nose was still blocked but it seemed to smell of Turkey dinner. Not in a unpleasant way. Not something I would drink daily but enjoyable.
Fantastic tasting Sencha! Smooth.
Very similar to Tao of Teas Jade Bamboo, almost identical taste, perhaps a little more on the tannic side. Very nice.
One of the better Chai’s Ive tasted. Not overpowering, pretty close to what you get in India, except the big missing ingredient:Indian Cows Milk. Mmmmmm
Mellow. Very pleasant taste.
Fantastic taste. Exceptionally smooth even after long steeps hardly gets bitter.
Rice should be in a bowl and not in my tea.
Not the best Gyokuro, but not the worst either. I give it a Meh.