Strong, sweet Jasmin taste. Smells very nice. Excellent tea.
13 Tasting Notes
So, this is black tea from China, India and Ceylon mixed with cocoa bean’s and full sultanas. This tea has a very strong smell. It took me quite some time to get the Rum smell out of my room. The taste is okay, tastes a little bit creamy but nothing special. I like to drink this tea on cold days as it will get you warm fast.
This tea looked very nice, especially the various green tones of the grass. However, the lemon taste was too strong for me. I prefer lighter variants.
This green tea from China/India is mixed with guava, lemon and some flavour. I didn’t like it very much. The lemon note is too strong. It tastes similar to lemon grass tea.
This is a green tea from India with vanilla. The water temperature needs to be at 70°C, otherwise the vanilla note will not get through. It’s okay to drink this once in a while but it’s nothing special. I personally prefer black teas with a vanilla note.
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I tasted almost all Earl Gray variants from TeaGschwendner and this is the one that I liked the most. It’s a very light tea because of the First Flush Darjeeling but has a strong citrus note.
A little bit stronger than the 2009 First Flush but still a great Darjeeling. I drink this almost every day.
This is the best Darjeeling that I’ve drunk. It had a very light taste and you could drink this all day long.
This green tea looks nice and smells very fruity. The rose blossoms were the dominating note when drinking. Nothing special (I’m not really into rose blossom tea’s) but okay to drink once in a while.
It’s interesting how this tea is made but, honestly, I couldn’t drink this. It tastes way too earthy for me.
This is a strong Earl Grey tea that has a light citrus note. It’s okay but I prefer lighter tea variants such as the Earl Grey Imperior which has First Flush Darjeeling in it.
I’m no expert at Oolong teas and this was the first Oolong tea that I drank. It tasted a little woody and had a hint of peaches. I liked it.