9 Tasting Notes
I enjoyed this one. I got to it mix with the white tea. I did like it mixed with it. Despite not caring for the white tea straight. I do like this on its own. This might be my last Teavana tea. I need to branch out.
It was okay. I had never had white tea before. So far not a huge fan of white tea. I will have to try another places white tea. I really need to branch outside of Teavana, but it seems to be the only brick and mortar place that is on my route.
Tea is pretty good. The orange is nice. I can’t really taste the lavender. I will have to make another batch and try it again.
So I got this new tea steeper thing from Teavana. Basically a french press, but without the press part. Just put the “pot” on top of the cup and it pour down (only problem is I can’t see how far it has filled up as it pours).
Anyways, this allows for the tea leaves to expand more versus the tea ball I originally was using and the tea tastes much better. Glad to hear the tip about the more expansion means more flavor, thanks guys :)
Had this served at Starbucks. This was really quite good. It smelled nice too. Had a sweet vanilla taste and fruity flavor, with a bit of spice. First time I had a rooibos tea and I was left satisfied. I will have to check out more rooibos tea.
Had this served from Starbucks. Smelled pretty good, but the taste just wasn’t my thing. Didn’t care for the bold bitterness. I don’t drink tea for bitterness, I drink coffee for that.
The smell of this Chai tea is very good. The cinnamon seems to be the strongest out of all the spices in the tea. Taste wise, I would have to say the cinnamon kind of overpowers all the other flavors. It tastes good, as I love cinnamon, but I think it’s just a bit too much for an even flavor of all the spices.
This is a nice tea if you want something simple.
First loose leaf tea I have had. It is wonderful. Fruity, citrus, and black tea are a nice combination. The smell of the tea is great!