36 Tasting Notes
It’s safe to safe that I am probably not a fruity tea drinker. I didn’t think I would be and after trying this it was confirmed. Like it’s namesake it had a very orangey smell as well as taste. It was far too sweet. About the only thing I did like was the color it gave off.
I preferred this one much more! While I haven’t tried all of them yet this will probably be my favorite. It’s very crisp and refreshing and overall has a nice taste. I’m becoming more of a white tea drinker every day or so it would seem. Which is kinda funny considering I didn’t think it would ever appeal to me. Since I’m mainly a black tea drinker.
I’ve been curious about the unsweetened iced teas for a while now. I finally got around to purchasing a couple. Personally I do not like unsweetened tea, so I added some sugar to this. I didn’t entirely dislike it but it wasn’t my favorite either. The aftertaste was probably what I liked the most to be honest. At the same time I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I hated it. In the future I might try it again, just to see if my opinion will have changed.
I really adore this teapot!! It’s easy to use and comes in handy. Now as others have said the color advertised is not the color it actually is. It’s more of a grape color than a plum color. Nevertheless I couldn’t be more happier with my purchase! I would consider buying another in the future.I also like how the scent of the tea doesn’t cling to the pot. With less than a few rinsings the smell fades away and best of all doesn’t cling to the infuser.
After annoying weather delays my adagio haul arrived today!! I got several new teas and a new tea pot! This is one of the first teas that I tried out of the batch. I really enjoyed the first taste to the very last. It’s a mellow tea and while the blueberry could be more prominent, it’s not completely unnoticeable. The tea is quite crisp like I have found most white teas tend to be. This will become a fast favorite I can already tell!
I’ve just gotten back into drinking tea after having a burn out period. Now I’m happy to report that I’ve been having anywhere from 2-3 cups!!
I have been wanting to try this for a while now. I must admit I was somewhat skeptical when I smelled it. It has a very earthy smell to it, similar to hojicha. I expected not to like it as much as I wanted. I’m happy to report that was not the case. This tea has a really unique flavor it’s not too dry and not overly sweet. It’s somewhere in the middle but still has this very appealing taste.
Usually I wait till after I’ve tried a tea a couple of times to review it. Personally within the first few sips I knew that I did not enjoy this blend. It’s far too sweet for my liking. I was hoping for more of an earl grey flavor. Which this tea did not deliver on. Plus the tea tasted more like cocoa but not in a good way. It reminded me of Tony Stark but not as strong in smell like the Tony tea was. If you like dessert teas then this one could classify as that.
This is a good tea don’t get me wrong. But as a fellow cancer I just have to say it’s far too mellow. Although it does have a charming taste to it, that’s not at all bad. It just didn’t do it for me as well as I had hoped. To me it’s not a tea I would drink every day, but every so often.