4840 Tasting Notes
Interesting! A very interesting tea. I have tried the Genmaicha Chai from Yogic Chai in the past, and so I was excited to try it with the Lemongrass addition. It adds a nice dimension of flavor.
The Genmaicha is somewhat softened by the presence of the spices and lemongrass, but not so much that it disappears. A slight toasted nut note sits in the background. The lemongrass adds a light citrus-y note and a slight creamy tone to the cup.
This is really good!
Finishing off the last I have of this so that I can write a review for the SororiTea Sisters blog.
The more I taste this Pu-Erh, the more I like it. It has a delightful sweetness to it that reminds me of burnt sugar.
While it has been a journey of acquiring a taste for Pu-erh, I have quite enjoyed the journey. This is one of the more memorable Pu-erh teas that I’ve encountered.
Very nice! The tea is brisk and strong and vibrant! Hints of sweetness in the background, no bitterness. A very good, solid black tea.
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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.
It’s YUM! I like the way the orange and vanilla come together in the cup – it’s like a spiced creamsicle.
The black tea is the primary focus in this blend, it is strong and brisk! I needed that! I feel nice and warm and cozy now that I’ve finished this cup.
Thank you to Paul M Tracy for sending me a sampling of this tea!
This is really good! The sencha is lightly grassy but not bitter. The coconut brings out some of the smoother qualities of the sencha, I think, and there is a nice balance of spice and sweet.
The aroma that wafts from the cup is delightful. A deep sweetness from the coconut, a fresh quality from the Sencha and the distinct scent of ginger combine to create a very unique scent that is absolutely wonderful.
Thanks again Paul! I can see why this is one of your favorite green teas!
I held off on trying this for a while now. Pu-erh teas scare me. But, I had such a nice experience earlier today with a Yunnan Tuocha that I thought I’d be adventurous and try another Pu-erh today.
This is a pleasant Pu-Erh. Sweet with a rugged earthiness. Smooth mouthfeel.