4 Tasting Notes
MY FAVOURITE <3
LOOKS: Such beautiful chile threads dance across the green tea leaves as the tea steeps to a soft yellow colour
SMELL: Like real mango pulp, fresh and slightly grassy
TASTE: At first, your mouth and nose will play around with the sweet mango notes and as you swallow, the flavour will weaken and you will be left with a slight tingle in your throat from the pepper.
TIP: If you can handle heat, add some chile flakes of your own as I did (5 flakes more per cup) and drink within the first two hours of brewing. ( After too hours the flakes get way too hot) A great thirst quencher iced, in the summer, and so conforting and great for the throat in the winter!
Looks: Such a beautiful loose leaf tea! Gorgeous colours.
Scent: Nice, light scent however nothing close to caramel or creme brulee; much more floral
Taste: Nice, I brewed it strong (7min) as when I sipped it light I got almost no flavour. After drinking, yes there was a nice flavour, but nothing like creme brule at all. Its a good tea, but don’t expect a dessert in your cup as I did or you will be disappointed.