28 Tasting Notes
This blend is smooth yet nice and creamy without being overly so. It’s perfect for relaxing after a long tedious day. Not to mention it’s downright yummy.
I really wanted to like this blend despite,people saying it was too floral. The smell itself was pretty foul, in the sense that it was overly sweet. I decided to give it the benefit of doubt, but from first taste to last it was too sweet. Sadly Luna was not my cup of tea.
Recently I ordered a bunch of tea from Adagio and just recently got it in. Ever since I first opened the bag and smelled Sirius I kept wanting to try it. With the humid weather here, hot tea rarely mixes with it. Last night after it cooled down I finally resigned myself to make some. In the bag Sirius smells divine! Like red hots or cinnamon candy in general. It has a mellow taste at first, but seemed to sharpen the longer it was in my cup. There’s definite sharp notes of oriental spice with a lemony aftertaste. I have a feeling that this tea will become a favorite of mine. It’s just so good!!
I would have to say that this is my first successful tea blend I have made. I was able to bring out a nice even blend between the lapsang and the tiger eye. It’s quite smoky yet evenly so, which is smoothed out by the tiger eye and earl grey moonlight. Needless to say I find it absolutely delicious and I cant stay away!
It was very floral smelling and had a unique taste. It’s one of those teas that you cant nail down the taste to a t, yet you still end up liking it.
The taste was quite unique and at first wasn’t too sure about it. But the more I tasted I could defiantly taste the Earl Grey Green. The others teas complimented it well it wasn’t too mellow or too spicy. It was just right :)
I was expecting a bit more out of this blend since it had Lapsang in it. But it wasn’t the least bit smoky, the tiger eye was more dominant. It had more of a chocolaty taste than I cared for.