Thank you Angel and Teavivre for this Sample
I had all three granddaughters helping out on this review and we went through three steepings using a french press (of all things..this was big enough to brew for 4 people).
The first pour was the lightest colored. Light golden brown and toast scented. Schey said the taste was grassy and the other girls thought the flavor was good but tasting like earth and somewhat astringent.
The second pour was medium honey brown and smelled like wheat bread to all of us. We sweetened the tea and enjoyed the sweet bread and honey flavor. Megan noticed that there was a little saltiness.
The third pour was the most interesting. We labored to find the words for what the flavor was.
“Sesame!” I said….“Exactly, yes”, was their reply. But I couldn’t just stop there and leave well enough alone.
“Sesame Street!” I cried! (I meant to say Sesame Tahini!)
We rolled, cracked up…cried…laughed till we hurt…what a goofus!
So, ok ok ok…I thinketh this tea tasteth like Sesame Tahini and Honey!
We all liked it. We had a good laugh!
The next review I PROMISE to be serious Teavivre! Really!