4 Tasting Notes
This is my absolute favourite tea. When I first got it, I really liked it and then for some reason stopped drinking it for a while. Had it the other day and was literally sitting there thinking, “Why did I ever stop drinking this? It’s soooo good.” It’s vegetal and earthy with the right amount of nutty. It’s kind of naturally sweet but in the perfect way. It’s a nice tea for anytime.
They say that mulberry leaves are supposed to curb your cravings and I don’t know if it’s because I usually consume a large quantity or what but I do find that after a cup, I’m not really craving for sweets/snacks.
I would definitely recommend it. It’s truly magic :)
I’ve never had it hot but iced, it’s amazing. Everyone loves it. Just really great. Definite staple in my cupboard
This is the only tea with chocolate in it that I like. It’s sweet and a nice treat before bed or anytime. Kind of just hits the spot. All the ingredients come out in the brew and it wasn’t too coconut-y.
I really didn’t want to like this tea. I have a fair amount of Vanilla Oolong in a tin at home. I didn’t even want to look at it but I gave in and took a whiff when I was at my local DT. It was amazing. I had to try it. I couldn’t pinpoint the smell of it dry, which was extremely familiar, for the longest time. It smells like sponge toffy/crunchie chocolate bar (minus the chocolate). Brewed, it’s really good with the perfect balance of the vanilla and oolong tastes. Like someone else said, it has exactly what Vanilla Oolong is missing.