167 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Cocoa and hazelnut with a hint of the oolong tea.
Liquor: Rich brown with aromas of cocoa and hazelnut.
Flavour: All of the richness and complexity of of a chocolate/hazelnut spread. The chocolate is prominent while the hazelnut brings a deep nuttiness to the blend.
Dry Leaf Nose: The fresh exciting aroma of berries and the warm roasty scent of roasted mate with a slightly pungent note of juniper.
Liquor: Dark rich brown-red liquor with an exciting aroma of berries and the warm roasty scent of roasted mate.
Flavour: Delicious and intriguing flavours of mixed fresh berries and drome fruits (cherries) with an underpinning roastiness from the mate and coffee beans. The lucuma brings a richness similar to maple and yam. It is a very complex and luscious cup with a lasting, sweet finish.
Dry Leaf Nose: A full, sweet, pistachio and cream aroma.
Liquor: A delightful dark green clear liquor with a heady pistachio-cream aroma.
Flavour: The balance of mulberry leaves and pistachios is both delicious and complex. Nutty, sweet, and simply scrumptious.
Dry Leaf Nose: Similar to a spice cake. Sweet with notes of spice.
Flavour: Very similar to a piece of spice cake (minus the frosting). The sugary sweetness and sweet spices notes are prominent, well balanced and linger without being cloying.
Dry Leaf Nose: Ripe mango aroma with a very creamy note.
Liquor: Yellow/orange in colour. Clear and bright.
Flavour: One of the best mango teas we’ve ever experienced. The mango flavour is fresh, sweet succulent and very up front, with prominent notes of vanilla and cream.
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.