8 Tasting Notes
I would never have thought fig and watermelon would pair so well with an oolong, but they do. thank you david for proving me wrong :)
the combination of the fig and the melon pack a magical punch that leaves you speechless upon first tasting it
the oolong is perfect. it’s light yet rich, and really enhances the fruity notes
i also love the addition of the carrot, it complements the oolong rather nicely
and finally the safflower petals serve in making the tea all the more beautiful
this tea is perfect :)
the smell evokes memories of crisp autumn days, and thanksgiving dinners.
pumpkin chai smells and tastes exactly like spice cake
again, it’s perfect.
beautiful looking and tasting tea
could do with a little less bergamot, but otherwise it’s makes for a lovely cup of tea
p.s total fail on the name, it’s princess.
this is easily my favourite tea from teaopia
it has a mellow flavour, but it’s anything but boring
my only complaint is that it could do with tad more of the creamy flavour
almost perfect though, nice work teaopia ;)
i think i totally have a crush on this tea le sigh
I don’t know what it is about this tea, but just the smell of it is enough to make me happy as a clam :) upon drinking it i feel a rush of pure happiness, from head to toe.
it’s the perfect winter drink, as i am reminded of summer every time i enjoy a cup of the earl’s garden.
this tea tastes simply magical.
drinking this tea is like witnessing the birth of a unicorn, and said unicorn looks into your eyes and says it’s first words…and it’s your name. oh and for the purpose of this review, i’m going to say unicorns are born without the horn because…ow oh and i’m also going to say that they’re totally real. totally…
sidenote: forever nuts brews PINK and tastes like an apple pie baked by jesus himself.