51 Tasting Notes
I got a sample of this with the catalogue, and it was quite good I must say. I mean the taste was comforting, and soothing. I don’t really taste honey, but it has a unique flavor to it that left me feeling good.
So today was evidently maple day on steepster? so many maple tea notes today. I decided I was gonna grab a cup of Oh Canada again. Did I ever tell you how much I like this mix? Oh yeah, like four times. I’m serious though, it gets better everytime….
Maple and tea go well like peanut butter and jelly. Speaking of peanut butter and jelly…. YUMMMM, Im in that sort of mood now. Comfort food friday!
Anyone daring enough to make peanut butter and jelly tea? I think it would be awesome. If it doesn’t already exist. it might becauseb theres so many smart tea people out there.
oh where was I? MAPLE TEA IS AWESOME!
Simple. Mint & Vanilla.
Why do I always think of toothpaste when I smell Mint tea’s?
I have no idea, but this was pretty refreshing this morning, so I will give it a thumbs up.
Had this tea this morning. The flavors were a little dull of me, but it still hit the spot for the morning. The japenese green tea is a great tradition in the tea world and a definite must for all tea enthusiasts. Like I have said before, the flavors weren’t as esquisite as I would have hoped. but still good for the morning :D
Hit the spot. My mom asked me to go do some gardening, so I did. And rewarded my goodness with super chocolate. That’s right!
As mentioned in my other tasting note for this one, it has the chocolate aroma but not as much chocolate as I would have bargained for. but today it hit the spot just right!
gottaaa love maaa chocolateee.
I bought a tin of this tea as I like it a lot, and surprisingly every cup produces a flavor that grows on me everytime. This is a maple tea so I had the genius idea of having pancakes and maple syrup this morning, with nothing else but a nice hot cup of OH CANADA!
What can I say, the contrast of flavors between the hot tea and the pancakes was fun and intriguing. If your Canadian ( Like me ), be patriotical and drink OH CANADA, and watch hockey ( because hockey is an awesome sport, go habs go ).
This tea is a very simple, authentic japenese green tea. It doesn’t have the exquisite flavors that the company promises but it’s still pretty solid in my books.
Drank this one again this morning. Aaahh So goood. I love Oh Canada. Maybe thats because I’m canadian but its good!
Moroccan Mint tea is a classic of all teas, especially as it was the first tea I ever had.
My grandmother makes it all the time with sweet deserts and pastries. I am not the biggest fan of mint, but I think with deserts and a little bit of splenda sweetener it’s pretty unique.
The perfect way to do this custom tea is to use actual green tea leaves and mint tea leaves, once again this one is a classic.
This tea is pretty much how the company describes it, a chocolate aromatized tea with just the right amount of cinnemon. I was pretty happy with this cafeine free tea, it’s really one of those mood boosters that leave you wondering how did they get that unbelievable aroma of chocolate in an organic, cafeine free tea. I never add sweetener to tea, so maybe that’s why it wasn’t as sweet as I would have liked it, but it was still pretty interesting.