A touch of white agave instead of sugar and a dash of milk. that’s the sweet spot
35 Tasting Notes
over ice with a slice of orange. mmm… perfect summer drink.
this is fast becoming my current favorite, which is unfortunate since my supply is dwindling fast.
This has become my favorite White Tea. Even with such a long steep, it is sweet and unassuming. It is mildly fragrant and I love the aroma. It is perfect for early morning tea.
A little bit of ginger, a little bit of orange peel and a thick earthy Pu-erh. If I don’t have a cup every few days, the next time is like experiencing it anew. My favorite breakfast tea.
I’m still exploring the white teas and generally don’t care for peach flavor but could not resist a pot of this one with the honeysuckle. It is a very nice, light tea but with a full flavor. I highly recommend this one. I’m adding it to my shopping list!
I only had a sample but I may have to change that. I like it. It is a very smooth tea with a little woody flavor, but also nuts and cocoa. I had it with my buttered toast and bacon this morning. Very nice.
I accidentally steeped twice as long today and it yielded a richer creamier taste, which is I like better.
Sometimes I forget just how sweet and smooth this Puerh really is. BTW, it really does go great with a bowl of ice cream. French vanilla, if you please.
The only previous experience I have with Peach “Tea” was a blossoming flower tea and didn’t really suit my taste. However, this white tea with peach is very subtle and is much more to my liking. The peach flavor does not overwhelm the tea and is definitely on my “recommend” list. BTW, it went well with cookie this afternoon.
Although this is a fine, bold black tea, I find it to be a bit much for my tastes. I haven’t compared it to others in the same class and might find them overwhelming, as well. As a fan of more of the lighter, less intense teas, I recommend it for those who like the heavier flavors and not so much for others.
Went on holiday without any tea and picked this up to get by. Although it is good hot, everyone seemed to like it strongly brewed and iced.
Oooh! This is so great with some toast and fruit at breakfast. This Rooibos Chai has moved up the list to one of my top 5 daily teas
It is a beautiful day to sit on the back porch, listen to a book and enjoy the sun. So I decided I needed some iced tea. In particular, a pitcher of Moorish Mint. Great idea. As for most iced teas, I doubled the tea. No sugar, though. It’s right enough as is.
This is the last of the Rooibos samples, but it is one of the best. It has a very pleasant nose and feels perfect for morning tea. We’ll see how it weathers the morning.
Is this dessert or tea? Either way is fine with me. I would be afraid to add sugar because this is plenty sweet without. I used to make sweet iced-T with a stick or two of cinnamon, but this is much better hot. Maybe I’ll try it iced on a hot afternoon.
Since I happened on this sample and don’t generally favor flavored teas, I wasn’t expecting much out of this Rooibos that instead turned out to be quite nice. I’m thinking the strawberry flavor would go well with bananas, cream & ice in a smoothy, sort of.
My second pot (thankfully I started small) was much better today. The second was lighter on the black tea (1 tbsp instead of two) and white agave instead of sugar. I much prefer the agave instead of sugar or honey.
great for breakfast, too
I steeped quite a bit longer this time to see what the effect would be and this Wild Pu-erh does take on a very creamy taste and is very different but also quite nice compared to my usual lighter steeps.