9 Tasting Notes
I know I shouldn’t have caffeine tea this late, but I couldn’t help myself. I had one of these guy’s blooming teas lately at a friend’s party and so I had to try the straight up Silver Needle. It’s divine. A very mild sweetness that you can’t get enough of. I’ll stay up late for this.
I’ve been drinking Rooibos only lately, but I guess it was time for a change as the weather got a little cooler and my mood changed with it. I have to say, “I’m glad I did!” This tea makes a delicious cup – very full and a very slightly malty aftertaste that makes me always feel like I need another cup.
There are a hanful of ‘iron Goddess’ Oolong’s out there, all of which are good teas. It’s almost hard to go wrong. This one is somewhere in the middle of the ones I’ve tried.
Just the right tea for me today. The taste is just as good as it smells.
I don’t know why I pay a lot of money for chocolate milk these days. It’s good, don’t get me wrong, but it’s glorified chocolate milk. I’m going to stick to my Oolongs for awhile.
Such a simple, smooth and slightly sweet tea. I’m on 5 days in a row with this Peony.
I’m about half way through my Harney’s. It’s a good solid Oolong. The first steep is always a bit nutty for me, but the second is really good.
I feel guilty drinking this! Very tasty.
I started to add milk thinking it might be even more like a chocolate shake, and then I realized, it would be a chocolate shake.
Earthy and toasty. A nice breakfast tea for me. The 2nd steep was a little smoother and better than the first.