22 Tasting Notes
I got this tea through a foodie pen-pal swap. This tea was just not for me, unfortunately. The smell reminded me of cleaning products and I disliked the taste. I even tried it iced as the label suggests and did not enjoy it. I’ll remember to avoid lime-flavoured teas in the future.
This tea has a very strong jasmine flavour, which I love. I lost track of time and steeped for far too long, so my cup today was slightly bitter, but it did not ruin the jasmine flavour.
I had a free sample of this tea at the Teafarm today. It’s nice and minty and has a nice sweet aftertaste.
My husband and I shared a pot of this at the Teafarm (which, by the way, is a fantastic spot to sit and have a cuppa). I knew after the first sip that I would walk away with a 200g tin of it. Persia is a tea with some depth. The mixture of the different blacks lends complexity and the bergamot and lavender add fresh floral and fruity notes. I can’t wait to see how it pairs with milk and/or honey.
A nice, basic chai. Nothing fancy, but still delicious.
I found that the licorice root flavour tended to overpower the other flavours in the tea, but otherwise a very nice chai blend.
This tea is just straight-up jasmine blossoms. The owner of the tea shop said that he often blends it with other teas, but hadn’t tried it alone. It makes a lovely, fragrant cup that has a light flavour. Perfect before bed.
I’m not usually a fan of rooibos tea, but I like this chai blend.
A nice, spicy seasonal tea. Perfect for warming up on a chilly day.
I love a good spicy tea, and this definitely satisfies.