232 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf: Wild blueberry shrub. Slightly earthy with a deep blueberry aroma.
Liquor: Very light orange.
Flavour: The presence of fresh blueberry is in fore-front from the moment you lift the cup to your nose. The white tea supports the blueberry flavor by adding a bit of body and astringency to the liquor.
Dry leaf: Sweet blackberry notes are very forward, followed by a light and refreshing jasmine aroma.
Liquor: Olive green color. Smells equally floral and fruity.
Flavour: The jasmine and blackberry flavors are well balanced and compliment each other in the cup. The blackberry flavor is forward, and jasmine lingers in the aftertaste. This blend is serene and soothing.
Dry Leaf Nose: Tangy lemon and ripe summer berries. Like a wonderful lemonade stand.
Liquor: Smells like sweet lemons with a splash of ripe strawberry. Deep orange yellow color.
Flavour notes: Lemonade flavors are very forward, and the fresh berry notes add sweetness in both the body and the finish. Not tart lemon or lemon zest.