19 Tasting Notes
Well unfortunately I’m not a fan of birthday cake tea. I’m not sure why but I really didn’t taste birthday cake or icing or anything remotely cakey. It was just sweet. Mind you, it was NOWHERE as sweet as ice cream cake tea yet it was still too sweet for my liking. Of the three cake teas, I do like chocolate cake. It’s very odd how one can appeal to me but not the other two. Not wanting to waste my 100g tin of it, I gave it to somebody who was more than happy to take it off my hands. It makes me happy to know it went to a loving home. :-) So sadly I must say no, I would not buy this tea again.
Jolly Jellybean is a tea that I wasn’t certain I wanted to try because I thought for sure it was going to have a candy sweet taste to it and I’m not a fan of sugary teas. However, my curiosity got the better of me and I bought 50g. Can I tell you how thankful I am that my curiosity took over! It’s so tasty with or without a jellybean. I have plenty of those little guys in my tin but I use them sparingly because it just seems like an extra treat when I add one to my tea. The flavor of this tea is fantastic. Will I buy more? You bet!!
Ice cream cake tea smells like equal sweetner and tastes like equal sweetner. Sadly I purchased 100g of it and disliked it after the first sip. It’s way too sweet and the taste made me nauceous. I’m sad about it because the idea of it seemed so appealing. Oh well, one tea out of a few hundred isn’t bad. Lol!