282 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf: Very sweet, candy-like almond smell. Lightly floral, fresh and delicate.
Liqueur: Clear green with a tinge of yellow. Almond aroma.
Flavour: Smooth and velvety texture. Sweet almond notes are up front and compliment the floral and nutty notes in the green tea base very well.
Dry leaf: Nice balance of mint and chocolate aromas.
Liqueur: Orange-brown color. Has a cooling, powdery mint aroma with chocolate undertones.
Flavour: Cooling, powdery mint is pleasant, not sharp. The chocolate adds a creaminess that ties the blend together.
Dry leaf: Cardamom aroma layered with baked bread, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Liqueur: Deep orange. Smells like baked bread and brown sugar.
Flavour: Baked bread with a pronounced cardamom flavor and cinnamon. Brown sugar and some orange flavor are prominent as well.
Dry leaf: Hints of dried apricots, fresh foliage and clean earth.
Liqueur: Pale yellow-green. Smells like misty, mountain air and wildflowers.
Flavour: Clean and vibrant flavor of apricot with a hint of muscatel. Lightly vegetal, crisp linger.
Dry leaf: Melange of very classic chai spices – ginger, clove, cinnamon, pepper – with a hint of vanilla.
Liqueur: Brown with a red tinge. Smells like a very traditional chai, but with a hint of vanilla.
Flavour: The black tea gives this chai a bold base. The vanilla sweetens it up a bit.
Dry leaf: extremely ginger with an almost effervescent quality
Liqueur: golden yellow and clear with a very bright sweet ginger aroma
Flavour: very lively spicy ginger flavor with a sparkle that brings a carbonated character to the liquor – the raisins add both a sweetness and a body similar to its namesake