57 Tasting Notes
This tea looked like it was sitting in my cupboard waiting for me to enjoy tonight.
I found this tea very relaxing with just a slight taste of nut and spice tonight. As I continue my tea journey I like to come back to this tea (It is like a visit to an old friend).
I have been looking at this tea in my cupboard and thinking I should give it a try. This is a very enjoyable tea that was great as a breakfast tea, however, I think it would be just as good for afternoon tea break. Thnak you Lori for sending me this sample.
I probably only have one more cup of this one and I will be very sad when it is gone.
I am glad I took time to have a cup of this tea today.
Brioche’s astoundingly decadent aroma and flavor make it one tea that has dry leaves that perfectly capture the spicy-sweet aroma of a Parisian patisserie with intoxicating, beguiling, tempting aromas of nuts, spices and an unrivaled baked sweet note.
This made a nice breakfast cup of tea, however, I think this is a tea I could cuddle up with in the evening during my “Me Time” and tea.
I am not sure about this tea. I find it very hard to rate being a new person to the tea world. I liked the maltiness of the tea, however, I do not think I would drink this as a morning tea again (need to drink this later in the day when I am awake) lol
I need to play with amount of leaves steeped. I will rate this tea next time.
After hard day at work I rushed home to sit and relax with my new favorite tea. I plan to order some of this for my Mom’s birthday (Can not think of a better present) lol