140 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf nose: Heavy notes of ginger and rooibos.
Liquor: Reddish-gold and clear liquor, with a very light rooibos and ginger aroma.
Flavour: Very delicate rooibos flavour, backed up with a hint of ginger and sweet citrus notes.
Dry Leaf Nose: Fennel is the prominent aroma, with cumin and coriander seed following.
Liquor: Golden, light gold.
Flavour: The sweetness of the fennel is the dominant flavour. Very light and refreshing.
Dry leaf nose: Refreshing ginger with slight orange notes.
Liquor: Very bright, greenish-gold, clear liquor. Nice ginger aroma.
Flavour: Sweet with ginger and licorice, the green tea tempers the sweetness and adds a note of its own. The orange is present in the cup but not prominent. The peppercorn adds a zest. Rosehips finish the blend with a fruity afternote.
Dry leaf nose: Aromas of fennel and anise, with a light sweetness and a hint of chili.
Liquor: Golden clear.
Flavour: Very sweet and medium bodied. Strong fennel and anise flavour with a sweetness added from the licorice. The chilies make the liquor hot and spicy, especially if you get a whole one in the steep. Very interesting: feels soothing, yet hot on the throat and palate.
Dry Leaf Nose: Floral, with a hint of chili.
Liquor: Rosy-red liquor, with a very aromatic, floral nose.
Flavour: Playful notes of rose, coconut and fennel, skillfully blended with top notes of chilli.
Dry leaf nose: Lemony green tea, with an oceanic note.
Liquor: Green with a golden tint.
Flavour: Citrusy and minty with a green tea base. Ocean and pine forest notes are present in the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Pomegranates.
Liquor: Light golden brown, with a pomegranate aroma.
Flavour: A generally fruity flavour with a lovely tea base – mostly green, but some black tea as well. Pomegranate is the prominent flavour.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet cinnamon with a hint of citrus and lightly scented clove.
Liquor: Deep reddish-brown and clear, with a strong aroma of cinnamon.
Flavour: Very sweet, with a bit of spice. The cinnamon notes prevail, with the rooibos smoothing and sweetening the cup. The orange peel adds a refreshing mouthfeel
It’s no surprise that David steeps a pot of this beautiful Ashikubo green each morning. With soft notes of fruits and an almost buttery undertone, this is one of the most prized teas in our collection.
Starting at 30 seconds, try resteeping this tea in 30 second intervals to optimize the experience. Each additional infusion brings forth an array of new scents and flavours, making it the perfect tea to begin experimenting with reinfusion.
Definitely a must have in any collection.
This tea is PREFECT for the first few days of spring. A delicious accompaniment for sitting out on your balcony rekindling your love for the outdoors =)