8 Tasting Notes
Hands down my favourite tea of all time. I’ve been drinking it for many years, even before I was “into” tea. It is one I can drink every day and never get sick of it. Other teas come and go but this one always remains in the cupboard.
Very subtle and pleasant white tea with mild fruity characteristics, has a hint of sweetness. Very easy to drink and enjoy, but might be a bit on the mild side for those who prefer a more robust flavour.
A very delicious, complex flavored Darjeeling.
Wow! This tea is incredibly fragrant. The leaves and brewed tea smell like “strawberries and cream” lollies. If you feel like a super sweet fragranced, delicious tea, it would be hard to go past this.
At first I thought this would be similar to Melbourne Breakfast, due to the vanilla aroma. However, this is a lot lighter and less sweet, much better for drinking on it’s own. I wouldn’t drink it every day, however, it is very pleasant and is a fairly regular tea for me.
Delicious twist on the classic Earl Grey. A nice peachy aroma and aftertaste, strong enough to be noticeable but not overpowering, and not too sweet.
A very warm and sweet flavored tea, meant to be drunk with milk and sugar, but I find it is also quite good just on it’s own. Probably a little too fragrant and sweet to have all the time, however it is nice to have now and then.
My wife bought this tea for me at the local Asian supermarket. After just a few pots it has become one of my all time favorites. It has an amazingly smooth, almost “creamy” or “velvety” flavor and aroma. The Ginseng is very subtle and only helps to enrich the aroma. Best part is you can easily get 3 or 4 draws from it which actually makes it quite inexpensive.