169 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Fresh roasting nuts.
Liquor: Gorgeous bright pink colour with a sweet and nutty aroma.
Flavour: Delightful with roasting nuts (fresh roasting – not roasted) as the predominant flavour note. There’s also a nice and sweet note coming from the apple pieces. The hibiscus adds colour and balances the sweetness.
Dry Leaf Nose: Strong and sweet cinnamon notes.
Liquor: Bright golden clear with a strong cinnamon aroma.
Flavour: Sweet cinnamon with a nice spicy note, like the type you’d find in cinnamon heart candies. The green tea offers a shelter from the heat and a retreat for the palate.
Dry Leaf Nose: Rich black teas with a slight honey note.
Liquor: Dark red-brown.
Flavour: Classic black tea flavour with a natural sweetness and enough body to withstand the addition of milk and sweetener. This tea has a delicate balance of astringency that makes it suitable as a self drinker.
Dry Leaf Nose: Rich caramel and toffee notes with a hint of coconut and black tea.
Liquor: Brown and clear.
Flavour: The caramel, toffee and black tea are prominent with notes of coconut in the background. The salt is noticeable as it cuts the thickness of the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet coconut and cinnamon with ginger & cardamom notes.
Liquor: Red brown liquor with a very spicy and enticing aroma.
Flavour: Spices hit first, followed by a coconut background. Cinnamon sweetens the blend, while the peppercorns add spiciness (the longer you steep, the spicier the blend).