666 Tasting Notes
The dry leaf of this tea smells incredible with a sweet deep chocolatey aroma. The flavour doesn’t transfer perfectly from the aroma and the mouthfeel is rather thin. Still, it is much appreciated that a good quality black tea is used for the base and the chocolate flavour is there as a good complement.
Both dry leaf and brewed tea have a barn-y aroma that I am not familiar with in a white tea.
Medium mouthfeel and strong white tea flavour- reminiscent of the Scottish Daleroch tea I tried a few weeks ago. Very soft and delicate sweetness trails into the aftertaste. Leather note.
Flavors: Barnyard, Leather, Sweet
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The use of stevia in this one is unfortunate as I found the other flavours in here to be quite nice. I am sensitive to stevia and it has a anesthetic-type freezing effect on my throat. The taste of the apple on the aftertaste is okay.
Flavors: Apple, Sweet
The aroma of this tea brewing had a strong smoked salmon aroma with the sweetness of the white was able to come through.
The smoked salmon note comes through strongly but the white tea taste is robust enough to come through on its own as well. The tea has both sweet and savoury notes which are typically quite difficult to balance. Mouthfeel is medium. Sweetness is soft and dull on the sip but had a sharper edge at the back of the throat.
Flavors: Smoked, Sweet