164 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf smells of fresh mown hay/clover which brewed a beautiful amber colour tea.
Tastes sweet and slightly malty with a smooth, rich flavour of honey and sweet potato.
I did a comparison with the GM from Teavivre and found theirs to be more fruity and lively in taste with a definite light smoky note (which is my first time recognizing any smokiness in a tea) as compared to h&s. The Harney & Sons seems heavier with more sweet malt. So, to me at this time, Teavivre has more fruit and smoke and H&S has more malt and honey. Both delicious and if I hadn’t done a side by side comparison probably wouldn’t have noticed a difference as it is so slight.
This was a teabag sample that came with a Harney & Sons order.
It tastes just like the red cinnamon heart valentine candies and is quite sweet. I actually like the taste of cinnamon but more of the softer side of it – not the robust candy like cinnamon. I wouldn’t have this again but can see how people fond of strong cinnamon flavour would enjoy it.
Dry leaf smells of clean dry hay.
Brewed aroma is fragrant and sweet with light fruity potato and malt.
Tastes smooth and sweet with fruity sweet potato and mild malt.
This is a very tasty and mildly sweet tea; it is mouthwatering and refreshing and somehow sparkling without any bitterness.
I did 3 steeps and could likely do more. I do want to compare it to the H&S’s golden monkey that I have, but Teavivre’s is really delicious.
Thank you Angel and Teavivre for the generous samples!
I purchased 25 grams of this to try out and found it to be quite a tasty treat.
It tastes of sweet pumpkin pie and spice to me and reminds me of the Starbucks pumpkin spice latte. I find it fragrant and sweet, and the spice blend has a creamy softness to it which is delicious.
I’d buy a bit more to have again.