6 Tasting Notes
Not an especially tasty or exciting tea, though not hard on the palate if you’re looking for a herbal tea that won’t overpower your senses. Could be mixed with something sweet, though there seem to be enough ingredients already.
It’s a fairly average ‘properly done’ loose leaf Earl Grey. With big bits of ingredient like the other adagio teas. It certainly makes a tastey cup, though I’m personally not disposed towards the strong citrus kick of proper earl greys like this.
Sour fruity taste, though nice to look at. I let is steep till the red and orange leeked out of the orange peel and petal bits included. would be better sweetend or for those looking for a sour taste.
Very strong smell from the oil when you open the package. Pretty good when in makes it into the cup though. decently strong.
My favourite Earl Grey, and I really like my earl grey. Not as overpowering or sharp as ‘traditional’ brands, but still a full flavour, and thats why I love it.
My first try at jasmine. It smells wonderfully sweet, and has no bad under/after tastes. I don’t usually like flowery teas but this one tastes good even drank straight.