8 Tasting Notes
This is one of my favorite and best (in my opinion) way to brew my tea. It is durable, doesn’t leak, doesn’t crack or doesn’t do anything bad. It’s really easy to use and works for all types of tea. It’s also pretty cool when you see all the leaves floating around and the darker tea at the bottom. Also, it is really easy to use and fits directly over any mug. I’ve had no troubles cleaning it or using it. I highly recommend for all beginners or people looking for a cheap, easy way to brew tea.
I actually really like this tea. It is fruity and slightly floral at the same time. You can taste the rose without it being overpowering and the strawberry is there too. I can also detect a bit of fennel. This tea is nice warm and blends well with Peach Tranquility (a sample in their stores). I bought this during their Heavenly Sale where it was 75% off so I got this for about 3-4$.
Flavors: Flowers, Licorice
I love this tea. It is chocolaty and minty and so comforting and relaxing. It tastes great with a bit of milk or even as a latte. The dry leaf smells a lot like chocolate with a hint of mint. Its appearance is adorable with the red lips and mini chocolate chips. This is one of my favorites and I would highly recommend for any chocolate lovers.
Flavors: Chocolate, Peppercorn
This is the first and only matcha I have ever tried. It’s actually quite nice, smooth and creamy. It taste stronger than normal bagged green tea. It has a slight vegetal or planty taste but not bitter. I like it best with a bit of agave and milk but that’s personal preference. I usually have a cup a day or every other day after reading about it’s many health benefits. Overall, great tea. I kept my rating in the 80’s because I have nothing else to compare it too but I do like it.
Flavors: Grass, Plants