4 Tasting Notes
I was exceptionally careful to make sure I did not steep it any longer than 4 minutes. I used exactly a teaspoon per cup in order to make sure the lavender was not too overpowering. A medium amount of sugar to taste as well. All in all, I really liked it! The bergamot is not exceptionally strong, and instead is a more smoother, subtler flavor. The lavender is prominent as well, but not too astringent or “soapy”. I would describe the two flavors blending very well with each other.
It’s a really rich chocolatey tea. The rose flavors are hard to taste, but I believe that’s where the sweetness of the tea comes from. I find it comparable in taste to a good tootsie roll.
Brewed gong fu style (amateurishly). Sweet peach flavor very noticeable. Increased the steeping times and got very solid floral notes.