1349 Tasting Notes
Success! I can post this tasting note! Woot!!
Tried this for the first time last night, and will have some more again here shortly. Sweet cup of coconut bakery-ish tea. I’m missing the macaroon part, however it’s still very tasty. Interestingly, I would have said prior to this incarnation of my tea-drinking obsession that I disliked coconut, and yet I’m finding that about 80% of the time, I love the creaminess it puts in the cup.
Oh, wow! I can get a tasting note up. Here’s to hoping I can post it…
Tried this last night for the first time, both hot and cold. I much prefer it hot, although I can see how it would be tasty cold as well. Mostly a cinnamon licorice bent, although the dandelion was very present. Got little spice or heat out of it, yet it was obviously a medicinal, herbal tea.
Yay for sipdowns! (427) Also, a huge thanks to Janelle for sending over just enough so that I could try it. I really appreciate it!
This tastes very differently than expected. I used to have a thing for a yogurt tea several years back that the Tea Centre in Courtenay, BC sells. It had tiny yogurt chips in it, and it gave the tea a wonderfully creamy, slightly tangy feel. This is also something I would have avoided at all costs, until the owners of said tea shoppe gave me a cup of it and just said to try it. So glad I did! Anyway. This tea reminds me of that one, even though I see zero yogurt anything in the ingredients.
So I get a yogurt-y mouthfeel, and the flavors of lemon and hibiscus. It’s… okay.
Sil posting her tealog of this reminded me that I have some too, and I’m really feeling the pu-erhs these days. So, I wanted to give it another try. Unfortunately, I too only got orange out of it. Light, juicy orange, yet still just orange. There’s a bit of a dryness to it that I could attribute to chocolate, but it’s faint.