129 Tasting Notes
Yanxin’s puer, ginger, elderberry, licorice root, etc. ~ the elderberry and licorice root are among my favorite elements as well as the puer. The dry version smells a bit perfumey?
, but the steeped tea is not at all perfumey and rather is rich and decadent.
I would definitely recommend this as well as order again. Thanks Verdant, for another
fabulous creation…This blend is AMAZING!
This smells as divine dry as it tastes brewed.
A subtle apricot without added peach.
The black base is perfect; without any detected astringency.
It is lovely sweetened with a bit of stevia.
I would not sweeten with honey as I am afraid it would
upset the delicate balance…jmho…
Thank you, Miss B, I appreciate your generosity.
This tea is beautiful ♡
Sooo…Tazo calls this an exuberant herbal infusion and I AGREE
A little tart,but I just LOVE the hibiscus & orange peel …
The passionfruit is understated but contributes to a successful YUM!
I dont care so much for a second infusion and prefer a new bag evry time
for that fresh sweet/tart… that I fall in love with each sip
I am glad there are some wonderful bagged teas out there
for times like now when I am stuck in the hospital…
Verdant’s review is spot on.
I love bergamot (here grapefruit & orange)
I have never been big on chocolate in tea, but lately
a couple have really turned my head….
This being one of them ;-D
Congrat’s Verdant…this one is worthy of Celebration!
Great for a bubble bath, reading a book by the fire or
Or just plain relaxing in your favorite cuddle nook~
This lovely tea makes dealing with these terrible low outside temps bearable ♡
This is a very fresh & clean tasting green tea.
I don’t taste the eucalyptus, pine or sorrel individually,
AND although this tea tastes slightly medicinal in a way I
cannot adequately describe… I truly like this tea so much.
It is a very nice palate cleansing tea and would be good with
Oriental foods (Chinese, Thai, Japanese, etc…)
But could easily be enjoyed after dinner and before any dessert.
This is GOOD ;-)