2 Tasting Notes
My family was in Paris and randomly stopped in the Kusmi tea shop for a quick lunch. I was extremely hesitant to try any of the teas, because they typically don’t add milk to them in France and I usually dump so much milk into my tea it’s almost the same shade as my porcelain mugs.
I have a high sensitivity for bitterness, and this tea is literally the only tea I’ve ever been able to drink without adding copious amounts of milk to it. It’s light and creamy with hints of cinnamon and a definite citrus flavor, which I love.
This is a tea I would whole hardheartedly recommend to anybody who likes flavored citrus teas. It’s simply fantastic.
I add milk to almost all of my teas, and Bigelow’s Constant Comment is no exception. But I love the way it tastes, light and creamy and warm with just a hint of citrus, not enough to curdle the milk.
Honestly, this is my favorite teak and I drink multiple cups of it throughout the day. Definitely something I will be purchasing for the rest of my life.