162 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Spun sugar (cotton candy).
Liquor: An appealing gold-green clear liquor with a sweet and sugary aroma.
Flavour: Prominent notes of spun sugar are abound in this fragrant liquor. The green rooibos character shows in the smooth mouthfeel and balances the very sweet flavour well.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet with the aroma of popped corn and caramel.
Liquor: Light pink to medium red-clear liquor with the aroma of popped corn and caramel.
Flavour: A carnival of popped corn and caramel with all the richness of both. Buttery, sugary and freshly popped corn notes add to this a bold and complex cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet and tart cherries.
Liquor: Red and bright, clear liquor with a very cherry aroma.
Flavour: Cherry notes with just the right sweet-tart balance. Excites the palate and lingers well after the first gulp. Excellent iced tea as well as great hot tea.
Dry Leaf Nose: Plum aroma.
Liquor: Green-gold and clear with a fine floral aroma, laced with notes of ripe plum and pine.
Flavour: Excellent, fresh flavour with extreme floral notes up front. Followed by plum, ripe fruit, a fresh hint of pine, and a bit of a vegetal component. Very complex. Lingers on the palate leaving an excellent ‘oolong glow.’
Liquor: Green-brown liquor, clear with a very distinct ripe dried plum and shea butter aroma
Dry Leaf Notes: Same as the liquor aroma.
Flavour: Dark green leaf, twisted and somewhat curled, about 1.25 inches in length. Some gloss.
Dry Leaf Nose: Apple with jackfruit notes (the jack fruit has a delightful dark and tarry-nutty note, very intriguing).
Liquor: Golden yellow clear liquor with the intriguing aromas of jackfruit and starfruit.
Flavour: Intriguing and deliciously sweet liquor with a sweet starfruit character made much more interesting by the backdrop of exotic jackfruit notes. The liquor is satisfying and complex.