265 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Mint, coconut and creamy caramel with a touch of citrus.
Liquor: Golden brown, clear cup with a slightly minty, creamy and sweet aroma, underpinned with a very delicate citrus.
Flavour: Very creamy and sweet with mint and citrus notes. There is a buttercream note in the cup that is prevalent, satisfying and lingers on the palate well.
Dry Leaf Nose: Mango is prominent with a sweet background of tropical friuits.
Liquor: Golden, bright colour liquor with a prominent mango and pineapple aroma.
Flavour: A blend of sweet tropical fruits with the mango dominating the whole. Sweetness comes from the pineapple. Tart citrus notes abound.
Dry Leaf Nose: A rich aroma of honey and freshly plucked tea leaves, with just a touch of caramel.
Liquor: Bright and clear liquor with a red-brown colour and sparkling appearance.
Flavour: A brisk and lively flavour that is both refreshing and awakening at first sip. The zesty mouthfeel is indicative of it being absolutely fresh – less than 10 days off of the bush when it arrives at DT. Dark honey notes in the cup sweeten the rich flavours
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet tropical fruits with hints of ripe mango.
Liquor: Golden yellow liquor with notes of tropical fruits aroma.
Flavour: A rich and ripe melange of tropical fruits with a profile that alternates between pineapple and mango. The papaya adds a buffering sweetness that develops in the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Warm and spicy with a delicate sweetness.
Liquor: Golden liquor with a full, sweet and spicy aroma.
Flavour: Lightly sweet with a warming spice flavour. The cinnamon and ginger compliment the vanilla, while the the fennel candies bring hints of sweetness.
Dry Leaf Nose: Coconut are up front with oolong on the background.
Liquor: light green and clear with a definite fresh and sweet coconut juice aroma.
Flavour: Coconut comes through in the beginning and dominates both the nose and the cup. The oolong shows well mid palate and balances in the finish by lingering.