157 Tasting Notes
Best chamomile tea I’ve had. Fruity and creamy. Vanilla frosting and butterscotch notes.
Chamomile seems to cause really insane dreams for me, some really disturbing.. to the point where I stopped drinking it… but this is so good I’m giving it a chance. We’ll see what happens lol.
http://i51.tinypic.com/2w74dxh.png :) lovely Bodum glass.
I absolutely love green tea lattes. This makes the best green tea latte I’ve EVER had. Totally smooth! No fishiness, no grittiness… this is so amazing. I ♥ you, David!
I’ll be stocking up on this for sure, I’m going to put it in everything! haha. So happy to have found a good organic matcha! For the health benefits and the sheer yumminess!!
Oh oh I forgot to say how I prepared my latte…
1 teaspoon whisked in a tiny bit of hot water until dissolved, then steamed coconut milk poured up to the top. Spoon of sugar. Perfecto!
listening to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb61AVsxD34 ♫ ♪ ♪
I’m totally obsessed with this tea. Today I tried adding brown sugar & a splash of coconut milk. (At David’s suggestion of making it into a latte,) and oh my gosh… Makes it a million times better. Wow. SO comforting.. Try it!! Oh and not to mention how pretty the milky pink color is :) You will melt into a puddle of happy goodness. c:
I have died and gone to tea heaven.
Steeped this up for the max time, added cream, brown sugar, and a pinch of white sugar.
This…is better than…. most things.
I really don’t understand how this is so amazing.
I’ve had pumpkin chais. And they were always weak crappy chais with no pumpkin flavor.
But this? ..Wow. That’s really all I have to say at this moment.
I have to keep this stocked up, for the rest of my life.
I really, REALLY can’t get over how PUMPKINY this is. Flipping pumpkin pie in a glass. Not just the spices that go into pumpkin pie, this tastes like amazing ripe pumpkin.
Mmm!! Excited to finally be trying this. :) I see why everyone’s in love. Best apple tea I’ve ever had. David’s teas are so perfect in every way – dry leaves always smell wonderful, steeped tea has an amazing aroma and the taste always matches. And they never need any additives. You amaze me, David! As if I didn’t already want to take off for Canada, but you’ve got me packing my bags.
My morning is going much better now. :)
Since I woke up so early I decided what else to do than make some fluffy chocolate chip pancakes. This was my morning cuppa.
And I have to say it’s much nicer than I expected it would be! My first white earl grey. I usually always have to add a lot of milk or cream to traditional black earl greys to love them, but you can’t do that with white tea, so I was wondering if I’d like the taste without any additions.
Surprisingly yes! Very much so! So interesting to taste earl grey flavors in a white tea. Much less harsh, but still a good punch of bergamot in the face.
I added a bit of honey and that tasted lovely, and then I did something unthinkable and added a spoon of coconut milk… yes. Milk. To white tea.
And it actually just added a creamy note, and the flavors still held up quite nicely. Cool! Makes me want to find a White Earl Grey De La Creme!