427 Tasting Notes
Wow, very malty tea! It tastes very similar to that malted drink powder that you put in milk, without all the sugar. I mean that in a nice way. :) My husband just took a sniff and sip and declared it to be artichoke tea. I can see the comparison, but it still tastes malty to me. Never thought of artichokes as malty before. Huh. I don’t know if it is sacrilege to think of blending this, but I bet it would be fantastic with a strong chocolate flavor mixed in, just like a chocolate malty shake.
This tea is really quite nice!
I received a sample of this from Variatea! Thanks! :)
On the first sip, my immediate thought was “pickle juice?!”. What the? Even after reading that it is supposed to be apricot and cream, I still get that. There is this tang that is mildly pickley. When I sweeten it, it just tastes like a sweet version of what I was tasting. I don’t know what I did to this sample or what I had it next to that it may have been absorbing odd flavors from, but this is not right! It is actually making me laugh a bit. My husband tried a sip and said that he tastes fruit, but also what I was talking about. I will definitely give this another go someday and see what I make of it then!
Oh I get it now! It is a minty earl grey! It’s really very nice when cold brewed! I get the refreshing mint with the floral EG notes! Very lovely and great for summer time refreshment. Wow, really good with a splash of cream too! It has been a little while since a tea has blown my mind and this one is doing exactly that! This might have to be a restock! I can’t stop using exclamation points!!!! !! ! OMG SO GOOOOOOOOD!!!!
Super strong jasmine scent coming from this bag! Once steeped I get a fairly strong, clean, crisp and light jasmine taste. It isn’t a mind blowing level of jasmine, but it is really good! I’m not getting any of that soapy taste that some jasmine teas have. I like this one!
Huh, this says white tea, but all I see is green rooibos. This is interesting. It is tart, sweet, floral. I’m guessing that adding sugar would even out the tart, but I don’t want to mess it up and turn it into juice. I think Teavana actually did okay with this one.