66 Tasting Notes
Hmmm this tea is pretty disappointing to me. It’s not that it tastes bad, it’s just that it’s not impressing me at all and I’m still looking for that lychee taste. I like when fruity teas have a strong fruit taste. This one doesn’t. To give you an idea, I’m gonna finish the little bag I bought, but I’m not gonna buy it ever again.
At first, I wasn’t attracted by this tea. It didn’t seem special. But a friend of mine had it and when I smelled it I instantly wanted to buy some – what I did. It’s so good and comforting! Try it with some brown rhum, a spoon of brown sugar and a bit of milk. Yummy!
Hmmm? Taste? Where are you???
When I first tried this tea, I did like it was written on the little bag. Wrong. Very wrong. No taste came out of it. I actually needed to let it steep for about 45 minutes before the fruit taste becomes strong enough.
Then I tried another method: I made a pot of iced tea. There it was.
Try it cold on a hot summer day and there you go. It was way better that way!