8 Tasting Notes
Very harmonic blend. Not too much of the lime, mint or anything – but that also makes it slightly boring. For those days when you want a low-key tea.
Found this tea horrible. The scent is filled with coconut, but the taste… ew. Very synthetic. Stay away.
Well balanced, clear aftertaste of licorice. Very enjoyable.
It smells like Lipton Yellow Label, which made me very sceptical at first. Once in water for about three minutes however, it’s nothing like that horrible would be-tea. The taste is hard to define but it’s not bad at all. I’ll return to this one to explore it further.
A pretty exciting concept. The taste is balanced with lots of cinnamon and a secondary chai tone. I’ve never been a fan of either which makes for a mediocre rating, but people who like this stuff probably won’t be dissapointed.
Gen Mai Cha is without a doubt one of the best teas I’ve been able to pick up on my home turf. It’s got a very natural flavour – no additives – and the roasted rice blend perfectly with the green tea. Very enjoyable.
I’m not sure which brand I’m drinking since it comes from a rebranded package, but to be honest I’ve not sensed much of a difference between different Gen Mai Chas.
Best enjoyed with a purring cat in your lap. A perfect complement.
A pretty good herbal tea made even better by the awesome name.
The only tea we had left at the office, this tea isn’t anything special. The bergamott shines through okay, but all in all it’s a pretty subpar Earl Grey.