5 Tasting Notes
So delicious! Just smell it’s like a cafe moka. I had to give up coffee but was addicted to Starbuck’s mokas. I discovered this tea and it’s awesome. I call it my Monday tea :) I steep it strong and like it with a bit of milk.
Really good, BUT I find the Jazmine way too strong. Maybe I’m not steeping it right. My solution is to add in some plain green tea. Then it’s just right for my licking.
I don’t think I have ever managed to finish a cup of this tea. I love the taste, but it knocks me out! It’s a mystery because I’ve had lavender in tea before. And I’m not even a fan of coconut but somehow in this tea it just works for me. There is just something about this tea that relaxes me right to sleep and I wake up to a half full cup of cold tea.
This was really smooth and tasty. The first time I tried this tea was when I arrived home after night skiing at 5am got 4hours of sleep and was getting ready for work. Caffein doesn’t sit well with me but this tea got me through the day without any jitters, nausea, heart palpatations, sweating or after high crash. This one is going on my list of must haves for those emergency situations.
This tea is addictive in the sense that every time I have a big meal, I feel I NEED to have a cup. Not because I’m worried about gaining weight, but It’s just so refreshing and will cut down any bloating or digestive upsets. Did I mention refreshing? So refreshing :) I usually don’t like fruity teas unless they’re cold, otherwise I feel like I’m drinking hot juice, but this has just the right hint of orange flavor. I still haven’t mastered the art of steeping. But I find 4 minutes for this tea to be plenty.