6 Tasting Notes
I don’t get much of the lavender but what I do get is a unique taste that is really wonderful. I always add milk, so that could be a huge contributor to this wonderfully creamy brew.
Excellent. I steeped for about 6 minutes. It is the best lemongrass I have ever tried. It’s smooth, not astringent at all. This is blended with bay leaf, which I did not get a hint of but I assume is the secret to its success. I’ve been looking for something to drink after dinner and this fits the bill. I did add some cream and honey – I was worried it might curdle, but it didn’t at all. It’s also great for the digestion and skin.
I too thought this was a tea, I am thrilled to know it’s considered an herbal infusion. That makes it a wonderful nighttime treat. I smell cornsilk and earth. I added milk and cardamom. I think this will be a staple in my cupboard.
The smell of the dry leaves is worth the price of admission – the apricots and buttered popcorn scent is strong. The tea is bolder than other oolongs. I’ll have to try a shorter steeping time.
Outstanding. A delicious coconut – not subtle, not overpowering. I expected a more artificial coconut taste, but I was pleasantly surprised. The blend is wonderful. With a bit of milk, so good.
Really lovely. Subtle green tea taste. Peaches and cream scent – not so much of a butter smell. Much smoother than others I’ve tried.