6 Tasting Notes
I had this tea in my cupboard for a good five or six months before trying it. It tastes great! One of the better black teas I’ve had.
I didn’t think I liked black teas — then I tried this one, which immediately shot to the top of my favorites. It’s nice and smooth, as lovely to gulp as it is to sip. Tastes good on its own or with a little honey.
Cinnamony! I’ve never tried chai tea before. I don’t know if I steeped it too long, or if you’re supposed to add something to it, but I found it a bit bitter. Still, it’s good enough that I’m not averse to drinking it again — perhaps a different version.
Currently my favorite kind of tea, but I drank this particular version while I had a cold, so I can’t quite remember how it tastes. I assume it was good.
I picked this up at the store because 1) I like red teas, and 2) I fell for the marketing. “Get Happy”? Sign me up! Turns out I like it a lot. It’s nice and fruity and sweet. I can usually reuse the bag 2-3 times.
Tazo Zen Green Tea got me into tea. It’s light and minty, which I like. And I can usually get two steeps* out of the teabag. It’s my go-to workplace tea.
*Is that proper lingo? I have no idea — I’m still new to this whole tea-drinking thing.