52 Tasting Notes
My third bag of tea purchased from Julian tea cottage.
Best way to d describe this tea is “balanced” I can’t seem to find a time when this tea isn’t suitable… bedtime, morning, dinner, and mid-meal; this tea goes with everything. Not particularly flavourful, but that’s most likely what gives it this versatility. Very much recommended.
Bought from Julian tea cottage.
Oh yeah! This is the stuff! My first Lapsang Souchong and it’s brilliant. Lovely woodsy, Smokey, tobacco, Whiskey aroma and taste. This has just become a staple in my cupboard and apart of my morning routine. I like everything about this tea; everything.
This was a free sample from the Julian tea cottage. Overall it’s not impressive. Couldn’t taste much apple or cinnamon, but the black base was quite nice. There could’ve been more apple or cinnamon to justify its namesake, but then again these fruity teas aren’t my thing anyway..
Relieved a certain office of a bag of this, and a few other Bigelow blends. It’s not really my thing, but I wanted to try it, just to say I did on here. Chamomile isn’t anything I care about so my review will be biased.
Dry bag smells mostly of mint, and a tad bit of chamomile. Steeped is mostly the same but the hibiscus really comes out. Brownish liquid with chamomile aroma.
I used the bag because I wasn’t in the mood to clean up after making a proper tea, so, meh…