125 Tasting Notes
Ok I’m calling it, this is the best tea Davids has come out with in a long long time. It has a crazy amount of depth to it. I love it hot, I love it iced, I love it in an iced latte (which I am drinking right now). I may bump birthday cake or pinapple oolong out of my top 3 davids. Its spicy, but its also lemony, it’s really something special. If you are a Davids fan, or if you just like flavoured teas, go pick this one up. I promise you it won’t disappoint, there are so many great ways to enjoy.
Oh and as far as steeping goes, I find its best to do a fairly short steep on this one. Not tooo short, and its a bit better than most of Davids whites, but you want to keep it under 3 minutes so that it doesn’t get bitter. Though even if I forget about it and it steeps way to long it is still good. BACK TO PAPER WRITING!!
Yum my 52 teas order arrived yesterday, so I am having this one as a latte this morning. It is quite delicious. Raspberry is one of my favorite flavours, and the creamy background that comes out when you steep it works really well. I wish this one wasn’t sold out :(
I’ve kinda chosen to make this my spring black this year because 1) Pom Power isn’t really better with milk, and I love my morning latte 2) Most of Davids spring collection seems to be geared towards icing. But I really like this one! It goes with the coconut heavy-ness of the collection. SO I am enjoying a cup of it this morning and will probably get a tin soon :)