7 Tasting Notes
I admit, this is not a great tea, but it is a pleasant blend of black China tea with spices that remind me of the coming winter. The aroma is worth buying the tea.
I like this tea especially on a chilly, “ugly,” overcast or rainy afternoon. It is a nice, strong, tea to sip in front of a fire. The “Sunday” blend with vanilla is also quite nice.
It actually took me a few tries before I was sure that I did like the tea. It is best prepared when you want something light; it is not, therefore, a good tea for breakfast or with a heavy-with-flavor meal.
I sometimes enjoy a rose tea, but I have to admit that I prefer Harney and Sons for this. The rose flavor was a bit too strong for me; I like something a little more subtle.
A wonderful tea for the afternoon. I especially enjoy it on an overcast day when I want to just sit in a comfortable chair with a good book and cup of tea. The flavor is fresh and uplifting.
A very pleasant tea for a summer evening. The flavor is delicate and the aroma reminds me of moonlit nights in a garden. I usually let it steep for up to five minutes.
This is a favorite morning tea for me…strong but not over-powering.