430 Tasting Notes
Drank this with Mom – yes! I got her to try looseleaf! And enjoy it! Her favourite flavour of anything is chocolate orange, so I thought this would be a great tea to coax her over to the dark side with. No luck yet, but I will keep trying.
Oversteeped this cup, sadness. Got a little too tart and a little too overwhelmingly rooibosy. Nevertheless, was a nice shot of sweet into my afternoon.
Bleh. The oolong tasted old and stale, and I got absolutely no peach flavour from it. Sad and disappointed.
This was my bedtime tea last night. I just love it, it’s like rolling a lime candy around in your mouth. My tongue was tingling a little, it was sweet and a little tart, it was just tasty.
I liked this tea even more this time around, I really really need to stock up on it. This steep tasted like a cinnamon roll with a coconut lemon glaze, it was delicious. Usually I don’t care for cinnamon in my tea, but this was such a natural, raw cinnamon flavour, and it was perfectly balanced with the sweet and spicy. Om nom nom.
This was a really delicious black tea with a full sweet fruity flavour. I love it. The only question that remains is do I restock this one, or instead pick up some of the green version of this blend? Only have a couple weeks before our Tea Party trip to the Tea Haus to decide!
I enjoyed this, it was a little bitter and a little tart but that may have been the steep time.
God, this was tasty. It was a very nice earthy oolong, not too floral, and the coconut added a sweet note to it without taking over. I was expecting more of a coconut tea with an oolong kicker, but it was the other way around, which is awesome. This was just delicious. I wish I had more!
Ooops, forgot to log this one! Drank it Sunday morning.
This was a sweet and tasty cuppa, with a strong cherry flavour that I find is lacking from a lot of cherry teas. As it cooled, it brought out more of the tart and perfumey floral tastes, so I finished it off quickly. Don’t think I’ll reach for it again, but I enjoyed this cup.