25 Tasting Notes
Not so much — has a strange aroma which makes drinking a little difficult. Great company but this one’s not so great.
Initial Review: http://www.witheringleaves.com/vanilla-chamomile-tea
A yummy black tea – simple, light, and great base tea for teapot combinations!
Initial Review: http://www.witheringleaves.com/red-rose-original-black-tea
Tasty Green Tea — good for a quick cup. Nothing exquisite or anything.
A light tea that is easy on the eyes but strong on the taste-buds. Produces a cloudy concoction. Its so-so on it’s own, but a wonderful addition to any cup of black tea. Be careful when steeping, it can become overbearing if left to steep for long periods of time!
Initial Review: http://www.witheringleaves.com/lemon-ginger-tea
This is one of my favorite teas of 2010 — great combined with lemon/ginger infusions or on its own! Some may want to add a dab of sugar, but I prefer mine black!
Initial Review: http://www.techtea.tv/bengal-breakfast-tea/