9 Tasting Notes
I don’t do herbal infusions much at all. I seldom drink them, just like my black tea. However, I was very pleasantly surprised. This infusion is tart, fruty, with a hint of floral. It was very smooth. I did ice this one, and yum! It was even better. By itself, or maybe combined with a black tea over ice, it is very nice. Hmm, 3 very’s, must be good.
So, this was not a real favorite of mine. It has a nice aroma, especially the wet leaf. It was like warmed fruit from a hot oven. It has just a hint of fruit, with a little astringent after taste. May be better iced.
I liked this tea. It has a very pleasant, mildly fruity tea. It had no bitter after taste that green teas sometimes have.
Yum! This makes a very nice ice tea. This tea is mild, fresh, with a hint of mango, with a very pleasent aftertaste.
This tea took me by surprise. When I opened the package, I was a little unsure I would like it. The aroma was a mix of both pleasent, and a bit odd. However, once brewed, I was rather pleased. I did 3 brewings with the same leaves, and could have gotten a few more, I am sure. The first cupping was smooth and fruity, but not overpowering. The second cupping was milder, with a hint of sweetness. The third was similar to the second. Once totally cooled, I could tell this tea would be great iced.
I am not much of a fruity tea gal. When I opened the package, and caught the aroma, I was a bit wary, as it smelled really fruity. I was pleasently surprise. This tea I found to be smooth, with just a hint of fruit, and a hint of sweetness. It has a mild mango aftertaste, with little astringency.
I love this tea. It is one of the finer English Breakfast style teas I have found. It is a strong, yet smooth tea without being astrigent.
What a great cup of tea! With a splash of milk, this tea gives a lively, yet smooth cup. It was a hit at a recent cupping.
I recently offered this tea at a cupping I did. It was well received. I found it to be smooth, with just the right balance of Rose. Not perfumy at all.