9 Tasting Notes
Absolutely delicious! Funny story, I got this tea for my birthday a while back and despised it. (I also didn’t know how to make tea as well back then, so that might explain something.) I had half a mind to toss it out, but couldn’t bring myself to do that. So, I brewed up a cup with cream and sugar this time and found it to be divine tasting. It has a very mellow chocolate undertone, with a hint of fruitiness. Add the creamy taste I added in, and this makes a wonderful dessert tea.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cream, Stewed Fruits
Absolutely delightful! One of the tastiest teas I’ve ever had, hands down. It has a nice aroma and taste of fruit, – I get more of a peach taste than pear though, but I like that-, and the ginger was very subtle while still being present. I took it with some honey.
Highly, highly recommended.
This tea was very mild. Well, really it was just weak. Granted, I might not have gotten the water to /exactly/ the right temperature, because I don’t have a kettle or or stovetop with which to boil water right now. (I rely on cruddy microwaving techniques to get by. Oh, dorm life…) This tea was minty with a hint of citrus, and I caught the faintest bit of vanilla as well. Even so, most of these flavors were subpar, even the mint. It was almost as if they weren’t even there. (As far as the aroma goes though, it had a lot of minty zing.)
But it’ll certainly give you fresh breath!
I likely wouldn’t try this again. If you’re a fan of mild minty teas, this might be for you.
This will certainly give you an energy boost! It has a very rich scent and pleasant taste to it. Nutty is the best way I can describe it. I’m not a coffee drinker, but out of all of the teas I’ve tried I’d say this comes closest to my imagining of it. I drink it with either a bit of German rock sugar or honey. Both are lovely!