6 Tasting Notes
This is a great tea. It has a nice creamy taste to it and a great scent too. It’s not too strong and any edge it has is a little worn by the creaminess. It’s a really great tea for anytime.
This tea smells amazing. A little on the cough-syrupy side in terms of smell but it made me look forward to tasting it. That’s where I was a little disappointed. It is a lot more sour than I was expecting. It’s a little overpoweringly sour but the other tastes are there, just hidden. I’m not too pleased with the aftertaste either. It’s a little bitter, in my opinion. All in all, not what I expected to get but if you have a habit of making tea and letting it sit around to fill the room with a nice tea smell, this is a good one :)
This tea is distinctly rooibos but not distinctly much else. You can get the hints of citrus and vanilla throughout but they stay soft. I was looking for something with more of a kick but this is very… quiet in terms of taste. It kind of tastes like bubblegum and I’d recommend it for a cheerful evening tea.
This is a very nice tea. It has a great fruit flavour with the refreshing undertones of mint. A thoroughly enjoyable combination of flavours and indeed perfect for a midsummer’s night.
This wasn’t a winner for me. I found that the coffee made it more bitter and sour than I like my tea. I generally wouldn’t put milk in my tea but this called for it. I might as well just get a coffee instead of drinking this one.
A good combination of tastes that doesn’t need anything added (no need for sugar or milk). It’s a good tea to wake up with.