21 Tasting Notes
Yay! I’m pumped! I bought a small quantity of Matcha Matsu from David’s Tea months ago but it wasn’t until this morning that I figured out how to turn it into a tasty Matcha Latté!! I heated some milk to the recommended temp. In my cup I had a spoonful of honey. I poured the milk over the honey and sifted 1tsp of the green goodness on top. Whisked it all together and then added a couple shakes of cinnamon. Then I whisked some more….it’s GREAT! ………..then my fiancé asked me why I was drinking shrek juice……. Lol ugh!
Very impressed with this tea. I steeped it exactly as the packet suggests and it isn’t at all bitter.
My Mum bought me this tea and it is really yummy. I really don’t like artificial apple flavour but I don’t get any artificial apple flavour from this tea at all. It’s very fresh and fruity! Yummy. :)
Enjoying my first cup of this fruity blend. I’m not blown away by this. I think I prefer fruity peach teas with a jasmine green base as opposed to the oolong. I just find that it’s missing a layer of flavour. It’s a pleasant cup of tea and it glows in my cup which is nice.
Hibiscus ruined this for me. My nose never detects my dislike for hibiscus and I thought by the smell that I wouldn’t mind its presence. I’ll know better next time.
Today I was in DT and the lady didn’t know what I was talking about when I asked about the pu’erh pressed tea nuggets (not sure what the proper term is)……so I was amazed by this… Needless to say they obviously had none in stock…. Lame :(
Love the licorice flavour….sweet and spicy.
Not one of my favs mainly because I don’t think the chili strings have any place in this tea. That being said, I find the rose to be very balancing and calming.
Blended with teavana’s
Phoenix dragon pearls…..perfection :)
Nice green tea. Delicious when blended with a fruity herbal tea and I love watching the pearl unravel!
This “tea” smells great but honestly seems that it would be best suited as a topping for a yogurt breakfast granola deal. When steeped its a bit gritty and not really my “cup of tea”….. Something I would serve to children or non-tea drinkers.