24 Tasting Notes
Aw yeah. Talkin’ bout dat Masta Collection.
This is some black tea from the Wuyi mountains in China, and it tastes divine. You haven’t had black tea with so many flavors in it. I could sip this all night while fraggin’ and PvPin.
Full bodied, smooth texture with slightly woody and fruity flavor.
Pretty darn good for a bagged tea. As soon as you take it out of its paper pillow the lemongrass/spearmint hits your nose. Luckily it tastes as good as it smells. One of the better bagged greens.
This one takes tweaking to get a good taste. Use only 2.0g for 7oz water.
Not for me.
Tasted better than normal Genmai, to me. It must be the added Matcha that kicked the taste up a notch.
2nd infusion just tasted like regular Genmai, as most of the Matcha got washed away.
I had high hopes for this tea, but they weren’t met. It’s almost like hot water with a hint of dark chocolate. You might as well take a pass and go for some hot cocoa instead. ;)
That said, the leaves themselves smell amazing, a rich chocolate smell. But in the end, taste is what matters and I wasn’t blown away.
I’ll try some variations in the steeping method later.