4833 Tasting Notes
Finishing off the last that I have of this chai blend – it will be missed! I am going to have to make it a point to visit the Tea Chai Té tea shop someday soon!
I divided the brewed tea into two cups, and the first I simply sweetened with a little honey, and the second, I added a little bit of warmed milk. I like this both ways. Without the milk, the star anise becomes a little muted, but with the milk, it becomes really decadent!
Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea!
This is really delicious. The rose and the white tea unite deliciously in this cup – creating a very luxurious and relaxing beverage. The rose is sweet and the white tea is soft and fresh. A wonderful combination.
Delicious! I do love this… it’s been a while since I’ve had it, and I’ve missed it… just came across it as I’m attempting to go through my tea stash to restore some semblance of order to it.
Sweet, spicy and delicious. If I could change anything, I guess I’d want a little more flavor from the cocao kernels. Too bad this one appears to be no longer available.
Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea to try!
I LOVE Bolivian Black teas. They have a flavor that is very similar to Dawn (from the Simple Leaf) to me… sweet, savory and very delicious. So when I got this tea from a recent package from TeaEqualsBliss, I was very happy!
The flavor is indeed sweet and savory, with hints of savory cocoa and a sweet caramel-y undertone. It is rich and soothing. Delicious. Something about this tea makes me want to just curl up with it and be alone! I love it!
I really am liking this!
The coconut flavor is strong, but the black tea flavor is stronger. It is very luxurious tasting – smooth and rich and creamy, but at the same time it is soft and light. That is to say, it doesn’t have a very heavy presence even though it is smooth and rich and creamy.
One of the better coconut black teas that I’ve tried!