165 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Wonderful fruity and floral aroma that is sweet and clean.
Liquor: Golden green colour with a wonderful fruity, floral aroma.
Flavour: Floral notes prevail in the cup and are well-supported by the fruity notes of the hibiscus. Jasmine hints finish the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Minty with a citrus and fruity note.
Liquor: Golden yellow to light red.
Flavour: Minty and fruity with a slightly tart taste. Prominent rosehip and hibiscus notes that are balanced by the lemongrass that adds a citrusy background. Valerian root is buried in the complex character of the blend (which is good because it can have an acrid taste).
Dry Leaf Nose: Blueberry and oceanic nose, sweet and fruity with a sea-shore edge.
Liquor: Clear green liquor with a blueberry and oceanic nose – interesting, because blueberries often flourish in geographical locations that are close to the ocean
Flavour: The blueberry note is prominent but definitely challenged by the sea lettuce which adds a new dimension to the blend. The cranberry adds sweetness and the green tea contributes to the entire flavour.
Dry Leaf Nose: Fruity with the kiwi making a primary appearance and the apple sweetening the nose. The tea taste is apparent, but sits in the background.
Liquor: Green-gold liquor, clear and aromatic with the fruit above the green tea.
Flavour: Interesting kiwi notes are prominent with the citrus note supporting this. The apple pieces are sweetening the liquor and the green tea notes are apparent and add a soothing and classic roundness to the blend.
Dry Leaf Nose: Very rose-like with the green tea supporting the floral notes; some fruitiness.
Liquor: Green-gold liquor with a rose aroma rising along with green tea oils.
Flavour: Rose is definitive and balances well with the Chinese green tea while the rosehips add a fruity quality that works to smooth the liquor.