260 Tasting Notes
I am very very picky about mango, which isn’t the tea’s fault. I thought I would give this tea a try. I think I dislike mango flavoring. The tea has a perfect balance of tea and flavoring. It is good iced. I just don’t like mango as the flavoring, I prefer mangoes only in Indian food where it’s mixed with something. Mmmm, mango pickle or mango lassi, that’s something I could eat right now.
Very smooth black tea. It makes a wonderful iced tea. I picked up the strawberry flavor. It ends with the coconut. The flavors blend well nicely. I really enjoyed the tea. I loved the cream like taste it has. Had to add more leaves to make it a good strong iced tea. I would buy this again. I can’t afford a cruise along the Caribbean, this will do for now! :)
I have never been to France which is truly a shame. But that doesn’t stop my love affair of French teas or French inspired teas.
I wasn’t sure if I would like this tea. Teas with roses seemed to be hit or miss with me. I LOVE this one. I love the black currants and lavender. It’s a wonderful blend, along with the light flavoring of rose. It’s delicious iced.
Smells great in dry state. And it’s one of the most colorful teas I have bought.
I took this tea for work. I love tropical black teas, iced while I work. It makes the work day go by better.
I like the fruity flavor. It’s in a good strength. I prefer the passion fruit flavor in the Hawaiian Islands tea. This has more background flavor along with passion fruit, with some floral. It smells amazing. Makes a great iced tea.
Key Lime YUM! I LOVE key limes, even though they are an annoyance to get the juice out of. There’s a difference between normal limes and key limes. This tea isn’t lying when it says it has key lime! I love the lime strength, this is perfect. I really like the black tea in it, reminds me of a Nilgiri. Perfect for iced, which is how I made it. Puts me in the mood to get down to the Florida Keys and snorkel. When I make punches, I usually add tea, this tea would be a great addition to it.
If you are a Key lime addict like me, this tea rules.
I am in such a mood for fresh warm peach crisp with some ice cream. But I shall settle with this!
I drank it iced. The peach flavor is in nice quantity. Aftertaste, I taste a little mint, very minimal though. It is on its own sweet. Beautifully colored dry leaf. It does tastes like it smells. I don’t think I am a fan of peach and rooibos together. I think I would rather drink it with black tea. I will go through the 1 oz sample with no problem.
I went on a spending spree at Culinary Teas. I started with this one, since it sounded the best. It is good, mildly flavored. I would of loved more berry flavor. It has chucks of blackberries, red currant, bilberries(wild blueberries), and cranberries. I was hoping for more yummy bakery taste that are with other pastry item named teas. I wouldn’t get this one again, but wouldn’t turn it down if offered.
The story behind the muffin is tasty! I do want to go to the location this muffin is made and try it!
I was not expecting to like it. I read in the reviews the word “smoky” and mentally wrote this tea off. Wow, this tea makes me rethink houjichas! Deep, robust, very chocolately. So dark and yum. It’s a sweet kind of smoky likeness. I’m going to try the latte recipe on Obubu’s website. That sounds pretty delightful with heat of the summer day.