9 Tasting Notes
I turned it into ice cubes to help combat the local heatwave. It turned out really well! It smells faintly of cookie dough and has a lovely carmelized flavour with a slight hint of chocolate.
A fantastic tea to start with. I decided to make iced tea with this by about 50% more tea leaves. After it steeped, I threw it in the fridge to let it chill then served over a glass full of ice. I like this tea a lot in the first place, but I may love this more iced!
I received a free sample with my DAVIDsTea online order. Brewed it for four minutes and it was undrinkable. It was incredibly bitter. I managed to get through two sips before I had to throw it out. The smell is great, but I am not sure if I’d ever bother buying a bag of this based on my experience with the sample.
A bit sour near the end, but otherwise not bad
Nutty and slightly sweet smelling. Good bit of almond flavour in the tea.
First infusion was bitter. Second was much better. I’m not sure if I screwed up the water temperature though.