100 Tasting Notes
When hot it makes me think of a toasty Macallan scotch. It’s kind of apple-y in the way that some of the lighter, sweeter scotches are. The mango flavor is outdone by the nutty and I have a hard time finding any of the coconut in it. It’s interesting but not great.
Light, sweet taste, kind of flowery finish. No bitter at all, very smooth. Sweet aftertaste that lasts.
Medium cherry flavor that is much tamer than the smell. Nice clean finish.
(Disclaimer: I just ate a bowl of chili.) Fairly light flavored, almost makes me think of something with a little lemon in it. As it has cooled, it’s gotten more bitterness through it. It’s pretty good but nothing really jumps out at me.
Soft texture, rising pepermint flavor to a smooth end. Naturally sweet but yet nothing similar to an overly sugared peppermint candy.
Pretty good tea, a pretty smooth ending with a bit of astringency but is smoothed out, perhaps by the addition of milk. My uneducated palate says “tastes like tea.”
This tea is interesting – good interesting. Tastes like very smooth Yunnan, but the end has a bit of….cream. And a bit of astringency…but the flavors are separate so it is not a spoiled cream taste.
This tea is like a milk oolong, but instead of milk, put in rice. And then eliminate any aftertaste whatsoever.
Fairly quick flavor, not much body, slight astringency at the end.
What flavor is this? It’s kind of refreshing and a good change of pace tea (well, not real tea). Has the more delightful elements of Thera-Flu, the cherry flavored. It’s just crisp and nice.