140 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Fruity and sweet. An interesting complexity is brought in by the guayusa and boosted by the aroma of the hibiscus flowers.
Liquor: Dark red liquor with a fruity aroma.
Flavour: A red fruit profile with some very interesting, earthy overtones brought in by the guayusa. The hibiscus keeps the blend lively and lingering.
Dry Leaf Nose: Fruity with a very fresh aroma.
Liquor: Red clear liquor, very bright red.
Flavour: No cloying sweetness here, here just a fresh and fruity sweetness that passes from the palate quickly and leaves the mouth refreshed and wanting more. The sea buckthorn brings its own distinct character which is lively and acidic.
Dry Leaf Nose: A warm green tea note laden with both creamery and chestnuts notes.
Liquor: The liquor sports a very fresh and excptionally sweet tea oil aroma which includes a dairy fresh cream note, with a hint of roasted chestnuts and warm butter.
Flavour: First and most striking is the smooth quality of the liquor which is augmented by the silky sweet nose of the cup. The fresh green tea notes are equally balanced by fresh cream and slight roasted chestnut nuances. The tea is excellent in both the first and second steeps – the second being extremely smooth and subtle.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet, with a guava and by tropical fruit notes.
Liquor: Delicate pink-gold colour.
Flavour: Very sweet yet delicate tropical fruits with a definite guava character.
Dry Leaf Nose: Pink lemonade.
Liquor: Pink colour with a slight cloudiness.
Flavour: The flavour is very reminiscent of pink lemonade. A slight tartness from the lemon, but overall sweet with a very nice citrusy aftertaste
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: Passion fruit aroma.
Liquor: Bright medium pink colour with notes of passionfruit.
Flavour: Sweet and tart with a heady passion fruit flavour.
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: An intriguing mix of sweet coconut and delicate white tea.
Liquor: Lightly coloured green/gold liquor with the very soft hint of coconut.
Flavour: Delicate and sweet with coconut and white Bai Mudan shining through.
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