256 Tasting Notes
Firstly, why is there pineapple in this? I have never used that to make gingerbread. Anyway, it has a good spice scent. The flavour is good, but not really like what I expected from the name.
This smells like pineapple. And also like another tea I really like. Though the flavour isn’t as strong. Feels like it’s trying to hard to be the other tea.
This was one of my free samples recently. I like their strawberry, not so much the chocolate. It smelled more like chocolate, and tastes more like strawberries. Not sure what I was expecting, but hopefully it’ll be good cold.
Just got this today. It tastes pretty good. Mostly like spice and citrus.
Alright, so this one smells nice. It’s mint. The peppercorns add an interesting flavour. I didn’t really taste the white chocolate though.
On the plus side… there was no liquorice.
I wanted to like this, I really did. It smells like it’s trying to be Nutella. The flavour is little hazelnut, but mostly liquorice. Don’t even know why that was added, since it gives the tea a medicinal taste.
And I can’t really taste the oolong or the chocolate.
Watching Doctor Who always seems to make me want tea. This still smells awesome. I love the creamy lime flavour. It goes really well with the Witch’s Cauldron as well. In the words of Nine… that’s fantastic!
It’s a cold rainy, day here. So I needed some tea to warm up. I do like the smell of mint brewing in the afternoon. There is such a nice mint flavour too, it even goes well with my peppermint bark chocolates.
And I can now acknowledge… Winter is coming.
This is actually my first tea this weekend. I’ve been drinking hot apple cider and apple juice a lot. It kinda tastes like a more mild breakfast tea. Though that could just be a sign I need to try more pu erh.
Anyway, it’s good to have on a windy Autumn day.