9 Tasting Notes
I’m not a big fan for Charleston Plantations tea when it’s hot,but this raspberry tea… When you ice it,my god is it good! For a specific workout tonic; I brewed this hot,then added it to a gallon of cold water along with 2 scoops of iced tea mix and a scoop of sugar. If the initial taste of iced tea isn’t enough,take a moment to ponder a raspberry aftertaste that lingers to the last sip (in a good way)!
Had this with a friend,he brought it over so we could try it. During the first steep,it was very fruity in taste,then for the second steep;it had more of a kick to it,with a taste of spice like cinnamon. It was definitely enjoyable and took the tastebuds on a trip,no sugar added.
Ever since my first cup,Oolong has always been one of my favorites. Despite being my favorite,Oolong wasn’t so great for me at first;but that’s what made me curious to try and let it grow on me. With risk came rewards and it was a delight. It’s always good to have some Oolong in your cupboard and Bigelow makes a good blend.
THis was part of the sampler given to me as a gift from the south. It has a really odd taste,as if I were to eat the plant straight out of the dirt. It feels more like a tea I would have to be in the mood for,so i’ll keep it tucked away for a good breakfast, Who knows? It might be really good then!
Bought a box of this at the supermarket in town. I was in the mood for a good black tea and an orange flavor,so it was either get some Earl Grey,or Mandarin Orange. But when I saw this;I knew to get it immediately. I brewed a cup with 2 teaspoons of sugar and let it sit for 3 minutes or so,it was really good and i’m looking forward to buying more!