464 Tasting Notes
Thank you, Teavivre, for this sample!
This is a very nice blueberry tea. Not too tart, but not so sweet that it taste like Kool Aide. I could taste the grape at odd moments which I thought added to the fun of the tea. Definitely enjoyable and something I would try again. Next time I’ll also try it iced.
Happy day after Thanksgiving, everyone. I woke up this morning, and my stomach rebelled at the very thought of food (note to self: pie at 11pm is a bad idea). After looking in my pantry and seeing this sitting on the shelf I knew it was what I needed. Delicious, tummy soothing wonderfulness. It may be a day late, but I am seriously thankful for this tea – and for tea in general!
So happy to sit down with a mug of this tea. Spent the better part of the morning cleaning my yard of branches that came down during the hurricane. Thankfully, that was the worst of the damage for us. Anyway, it’s great have a warm cuppa in my hands. The peppermint is perfect. It relaxes and invigorates me at the same time. As far as bagged teas go this is one of my favorites. I’m going to have to stock up on it this year. Last year I threw myself a little pity party when the stores stopped stocking it.
I’ve had quite a few mugs of this tea today. The black currant is nice, but what I really like about this tea is the base tea. It’s strong, smooth and rich. There’s no bitterness. The black currant flavor is nice. It’s not over the top, but it is constantly present.
The more I drink fruit flavored black teas the more I realize I want to taste the fruit, but I don’t want it to drown out the flavor of the tea. Especially when it’s such a good tea.
A friend of mine who works in Philadelphia picked up some really great teas for me from Premium Steap. This is the first one I tried, and it is delicious. The coconut is heavenly, and it gives a creamy decadence to the tea. Such a treat! The base tea is bold and rich. I’d like to know what tea it is because I think I would like it on its own. The base tea does not get pushed back by the coconut, but rather works with the fruit beautifully to make a complex and very satisfying tea.
This one’s a winner. I might even be willing to pay the toll to cross the bridge and buy more once my current stash is gone. Coming from me that’s a big deal. ;)
Hmmm, so I did not taste gooey butter cake with this tea. Instead, I tasted lemon pound cake. It threw me for a loop at first, but I really, really like it. Every now and then there will be a floral overtone to the sip which is also very nice. I guess that would be the marigold. I like. More of the cake/butter flavors come out as the tea cools. It’s nice, but I think I like it the most when the lemon is a bit more present.
I went to Target to pick up a few things and saw that they’ve started carrying H&S teas. Yay! They only sell the pyramid bags, no loose leaf, but still! I thought about grabbing one of each tin (there were eight different teas in stock), but my husband would be less than thrilled with me, so I choose the Vanilla Comoro. I plan on going back and picking up a new tin each week.
This tea is good. Really good. Real vanilla taste, great tea base, and it’s decaffeinated. What’s not to love? I can see this being a go-to tea for me in the evening, and I’ll make sure I have it on hand to offer the next time I have company over for dinner.
I received this sample from teajo teas. Thank you!
If you like raspberry you will like this tea. Teajo does a wonderful job creating fruit flavored teas that actually taste like the fruit they’re supposed to taste like. This tea doesn’t taste like raspberry syrup or raspberry Kool Aid or raspberry candy. It taste like raspberry. And tea. I don’t know what tea base Teajo uses, but it’s good!
I drank one cup of this plain and one cup with sugar. Both cups were enjoyable. I liked the tartness of the tea when it’s plain, but a little sugar really brings out the fruit flavor.
My daughter will be home from school in a few minutes, and I’m looking forward to sharing this tea with her. It seems like something that would be right up her alley. :)