254 Tasting Notes
So fortunate to be able to try this. Leaf is gorgeous. Compared to the #5, I would say this is more delicate/less bold but just as flavourful and delicious. This one seems lighter on the spicy fruitiness but is even sweeter and more floral. The aroma really is incredibly beautiful! Another tea I could easily drink everyday. :)
I haven’t been reviewing much but I was excited to get to try a few of joseph Wesley teas, thanks to a generous tea friend. This was the first I chose, and wow, now I know what I have been missing all this time – this tea is fantastic!
It brewed a rich and fragrant cup that tasted of spiced fruits and caramel with some smokiness and very light floral – so sweet, so tasty! Resteeped for a few cups which were all delicious.
This is a tea I would easily drink everyday!
Brewed hot then chilled.
This turned out to be a lovely blend. For me, it is different from other similar fruity infusions due to the addition of lavender, which I have not had in tea before that I can recall.
Tastes somewhat typically fruity and tart from the hibiscus but not overly so. But most interesting is the spearmint and lavender which add a lot of interest both in aroma and flavor. A bit of rosy floral as well.
I enjoyed the small amount I picked up to try and will likely get a bit more to have over the summer. I also want to try a cup hot which is something I do not usually do with fruity tisanes but hoping this will be a nice evening drink once in awhile.
This turned out to be quite a lovely vanilla tea.
There is a smokiness to the golden monkey base in this which is especially noticeable when the cup is hot, and I initially thought this had keemun in it. As the cup cools, the vanilla becomes more prominent and is smooth, sweet and fragrant. A hint of tanginess remains throughout but is quite delicious and dessert-like. Vanilla still noticeable in the resteep but the tea is weaker.
A nice afternoon or evening treat.