I got a late start today. Hopefully this will kick in quick. yum.
83 Tasting Notes
Nice sweet, smooth, buttery and good. I think I enjoyed it even more this time.
This worked wonderfully as my desert. I am satisfied.
I love me some black tea. I was really in a black tea mood this morning and this fit the bill.
This time I made this one a little stronger. The fruit really stands out more but it remains smooth and doesn’t become tart or tangy. Just really good.
I really like the vanilla and cream in this one. Even though I really enjoy Earl Grey straight up, this is a nice mellowed out way to get some earl.
Fisrt cup of the day. I love starting my day this way instead of coffee. It is so smooth and nutty. Watching the cornflower petals unfurl and to smell this while steeping builds the anticipation of a great cup of tea. I also love to get to the bottom of the mug for all of the yummy goodness that awaits me. Its kinda like a journey of deliciousness.
This is a good tea. Not something I would be willing to pay for often. It is smooth earthy and a little nutty. This is my favorite Oolong that I have had. I do love that it is buttery smooth. Watching the whole leaves unfurl while steeping is pretty glorius. I would be more likely to drink this more if the price was right. Don’t get me wrong this is a really nice tea but not as good as the price would suggest.
Love this tea. Smooth and sweet. The aroma is a little earthy but the taste is very mild. Just so smooth, its always a pleasant cup.
Great cup for starting my day. Not as sweet as My Morning Mate, its a little nuttier but really similar overall. I would like to know how to make these blends myself.
Brewed this even stronger today. This tea punches you in the face with how earthy it is. Not for the faint of heart.
Second cup for today. This one steeped for well over ten minutes and it has more of the mate coming through. I enjoy it even more that way. Its more nutty and dry after the longer infusion.
This is a really interesting tea for me. The mint is the star of the show. The chocolate is more of an undertone than a starring flavor. As this tea first hits your tongue you get the chocolate and the smooth tea flavor, then the mint flavor builds and as you swallow it leaves a tingle on your tongue. This is a great black tea by itself and perfect for blending. The tingling mint always leaves me longing for more.
The stronger I make this the more I like it. Thats how good it is. I love the peppery finish.
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2nd Infusion. Has more of a nutty smell to it. The taste is just a nice smooth, nutty and buttery taste. This has been one of the few Oolongs that I have really enjoyed.
Rich and Sweet. I totally made this strong and love it this way. Makes the earthy taste more bold. This is what I like in a black tea. Simplicity and taste.
I am enjoying this tea. It is delicate and light with some sweetness mixed in. New to Oolong but like this one so far.
This is the last of it. I am actually a fan of rooibos tea just not som much this one. Just not for me, too floral.
Cannot and Will not stop drinking this in the morning. So malty and smooth. Is there a better way to start the day than mate, chocolate and some nuttiness?
To continue with “Mate Day” I chose this one. To me this definitely gives the my morning mate a run for its money. The my morning mate has the edge. Its almost like choosing between children both are delicious and this one will probably appeal to more people because of the depth of flavor. It is nutty, chocolatey and smooth. It still provides the boost you will always get with mate. This is a little more “friendly” than most mate teas.