129 Tasting Notes
If all of Butiki’s teas are this good….
Sigh (Imma gonna be broke alla the time…lol)
Creamy, buttery & smooth as silk.
This truly amazing tea is strong enough to stand alone.
I need no cream, sugar or anything else.
I may try with the brown crystal sugar next time
just to see if it can make it taste creamier as some have said, BUT
it truly NEEDS nothing…genius brew here <3
I am going to have to order a couple of ounces after Thanksgiving.
(A MUST HAVE FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON)
Thank you, Stacy @ Butiki Teas…WOW!!!
Mmmmm….this tea has a mildly earthy& very light grassy base to me
and the apricot is subtle, but really enhances it.
The brown crystal sugar does give the apricot flavoring more depth.
This is something I need to order more of ASAP…FYI, if you have not
yet tasted this, don’t bother with a sample…Just order …
If you like apricot, you will love this tea.
The honeybush base is lovely, and cinnamon managed to made a pleasant introduction.
But, The pumpkin was slightly weak under an overpowering ginger flavor.
More pumpkin, PLEASE!
The cheescake flavor was very strong and tasted even creamier with eggnog latte creamer.
Matter of fact, I think I may need more of this tea to make it through the season….
Onto the shopping list for this one.
Creamy, yummy, and so much fun…I will be dreaming the Sugarplum Fairy Dance tonight.
Mmmmm…mmmmm…..sweet, with a touch of whimsy & and enough spice to give it some kick !
I steeped this for 3 minutes and found it light & pleasant.
I think I will steep it the entire five minutes next time.
After that, I will try it cold.
I love cold peach tea, but I taste the lychee slightly more than than the peach.
Thank you, Scribbles, for passing this on to me :-)
It is refreshing to me, and I love the aftertaste.
There is no gaiyusa in this tea , that I am aware of.
Input mistake that I am not currently able to correct.
I don’t have a list of ingredients, but I believe I taste:
HEAVEN first and foremost, lol…
Supposedly a tea to boost the immune system, but
I am drinking it for the flavor.
In addition, I believe, I taste fennel, cinnamon bark, clove,
echinacea, coriander, elderberries, and possibly a hint of lemon.
I, however, steeped 1 tablespoon in 10oz water…
I like a bold flavor and the recipe for this herbal tea is to die for ♡