623 Tasting Notes
This was very interesting. I tasted butterscotch the strongest, followed by the peach. The slight smoky edge gave it a sense of cooked peach, combining with the butterscotch to give an overall feel of a baked peach dessert. I enjoyed it, despite smoky teas not being my thing, because the smoke was really subtle.
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I haven’t reviewed a tea in forever it seems. School was crazy and I had a moment with coffee, and so I didn’t drink as much tea as I have in the past over this year. When I did, I was usually too zonked to think to log it.
Anyway, summer is here, and I am back. I like this one a lot. I love florals, but sometimes find them very strong. I like that there is a dessert-y quality, but also the soft floral. I have been starting out my day with this, very happily.
Warm and bready and vanilla sweet, but not super strong. Vanilla is definitely more of an undertone, but it is still there. I enjoy this a lot, but I probably won’t reach for it over other offerings from this company, or other vanilla teas I have supercharged by adding lots of extra vanilla. I like my vanilla to be more in your face.