11 Tasting Notes
Smoked tea is so nice in the fall and compliments a camping trip in the mountians. It reminds me of the scent of tanned leather, which I love. Smokiness pairs well with black tea. It’s comforting and woodsy.
This tea has become a summer time staple at our house. The black tea is very smooth and the passion fruit adds a sweetness and full flavor but does not compete with the tea itself. It’s great sweetended and we prefer it cold. One of Anna Marie’s BEST!!
My 7 year-olds favorite tea. It’s very fruity and tastes great with a tad bit of stevia. You pick up hints of tropical type fruits like mango or papaya. We drink it hot or iced, very versatile. I love it for the health benefits of the green tea.
This is probably my favorite of all the green teas I have ever tried. Very versatile. It doesn’t taste too “green” (bitter might be a better word there). I feel it’s smooth and not too mellow. I like it iced and hot, sweetened or not. It’s a nice one to mix with florals or herbs. I have used it to make a nice remedy for sinus infections/congestion and have mixed it with clay to make a facial!
The black adds body but the white gives it a subtle sweetness and mellows it out. The pomegranate is just right, not too pungent. I don’t get the cream so much…maybe it’s making it smooth rather than giving it a cream flavor. I typically sweeten my tea but didn’t feel it needed it at all. Very nice treat to wake up to.
I really wasn’t expecting it to be this good! My daughter loves jasmine and this was a gift from a tea party we threw last week. The florals weren’t overpowering and the green tea wasn’t too bitter. Added a hint of stevia. Very nice!