2 Tasting Notes
When I first tasted it, I have to admit, I quite hated it. But today I’ve decided, a year later, to give this tea another chance, even because I hated the idea of a tea resting unused in my cupboard.
I read on the internet that I could be mixed with an Earl Grey, in a 50:50 ratio, to have a milder and more floral taste. Well, I brewed it this way, added sugar and milk, and it was excellent!
So, for those of you who tried it and didn’t like the strong taste, give it another go with a touch of Earl Grey, because, let’s admit it, who doesn’t like a nice cup of Earl Grey?
I was very intrigued by this tea because of the nature of this blend (Russian, of course) and because of the tin box.
A very fragrant and tasty tea, to be enjoyed any time of the day.
The best part of this tea is that, if you focus on one of the main flavours of the blend, you are able to taste each and every one of them.
I drink it sweet, with no milk or lemon. I tried it once with milk, and it wasn’t that bad. Still, I do prefer it plain and sweet.