8 Tasting Notes
If grass could be baked into buttery croissants, the taste would come something close to this. It’s so fresh and creamy and outdoorsy. Sublime.
Ecstasy is all you need to know about this pu-erh. I just had a friend bring me some back from San Francisco and I’m in love. I drank a huge pot all by myself tonight and am half tempted to make more.
Such a beautiful, rich color, and beautifully balanced in taste.
Though the taste gets some getting used to, this tea does make me feel healthier and more detoxified when I drink it regularly.
Great as a digestive aid right after a meal, or if you need a quick pick me up. This is a very strong ginger tea.
Maybe it’s that I associate this tea with hand massages and haircuts but this tea always takes me to a peaceful, calm place. With artfully matched flavors, this tea is beautifully balanced.
I adore this tea. It’s my go to when I’m feeling indecisive or just want something comforting.
For any licorice lover, this tea has an even, smooth flavor. The hints of peppermint and orange peel balance out the strong anise and licorice.
So smooth and creamy with a little milk and sugar, the coconut is warm and nutty and incredibly flavorful.