59 Tasting Notes
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!
I bought a 50g of this tea from David’s tea website because I thought it could be awesome. It’s not. I don’t think I would buy it again, not because it tastes bad, but because it’s not tasty enough. I would’ve liked more vanilla taste. I’ll try it again with different temperatures and update the note.
Last week,I placed an order at David’s tea. I’d decided that I didn’t have enough rooibos in my collection, so I took 2: Jessie’s tea and Pure vanilla. And then I found this tea rating website and found out that Creme caramel seemed to be liked a lot, so I added it to the order, just to know what it would taste like. Tried it yesterday before I went to bed. I actually liked it a lot. It doesn’t have a strong caramel taste, just enough to be comforting. It’s a good tea to enjoy in a blanket, on a cold night. Thumbs up!