4 Tasting Notes
I can’t say anything bad about this tea;
it’s sweet, pineapply, coconuty, not too artificial
The after taste is smooth and velvety.
But I don’t like it nor crave for it as much as all the raves.
That may be because I don’t like pina colada. Period.
If you are like me and am curious about the tea, I would recommend you to try,
Good, but not my cup of tea.
I love this tea sooo much!
I have tried Red velvet cake by DT as well, but Birthday Cake is much better in my opinion!!
When I first got this tea, I drank several cups everyday,
that I finished the 50g of tea within a week
Strong sweet rooibos smell which I personally love
While i was enjoying my cuppa, some people around me found it unpleasant
I won’t say it tastes just like birthday cake.
It’s sweet, and lovely as a dessert tea to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Oversteeped, it still tastes awesome! You can leave it in your tumbler and not worry about it getting bitter.
I would recommand this tea to anyone who likes Rooibos tea,
and if you are looking for a sweet dessert tea.
I will always have this in my tea stash!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE
I really wanted to try a mate tea, and I love honeydew
so I gave this a try as soon as the new spring collection came out
(along with Pom Tango)
Dry, this smells just like honeydew.
when steeped, it becomes an artificial taste like a honeydew bubble gum
It was nothing like I’ve ever tasted before..Definately different.
It’s not sweet enough, and felt like I’m drinking chewed up honeydew bubble gum.
Has a distant taste, (if that makes sense.)
Something I wouldn’t mind drinking, but probably would not have a craving for it.
I enjoyed Pom Tango much more than this tea.
I do not have a sophisticated tastebud for teas yet..so don’t rely on this review too much.
Plus, tea preference is really personal right?