443 Tasting Notes
Oh wow. Opening the sample packet, and I’m blown away by how beautiful the dry leaves smell. Rich and cocoa and sweet and delicious. That’s how it smelled.
The tea wasn’t as sweet as it smelled, but once I added a teeny tiny bit of sugar, it turned out pretty dang good.
Okay, it was harvested on my birthday, so that’s why I’m calling it birthday tea.
Open the packet…wow…smells………AMAZING. Rich, fragrant, delicious.
The tea is pretty good, but not as great as it smelled when it was just the dry leaves.
I’m not sure about this tea. The dry leaf sure is pretty. The liquor sure is beautiful. The aroma is outstanding.
The tea itself…it’s a tad too astringent for me.
It’s kinda bready, but not sweet at all. And now my mouth feels funny.
This sample I had from @boychik with a little bit from @Cameron B. thrown in for good measure….well, to get a good measure so I had enough to try it gongfu.
I really liked it western. I really liked it gongfu.
This was good. Very good.
Malty and bready, but very chocolaty and almost sweet. I didn’t get sweet potato from it, but I could see that maybe that was supposed to be there. (I think I got that when I had it Western…I dunno.)
I’m enjoying this.
I’m trying to stretch it out, but I think most of the deliciousness is gone.
I just have a sample of this, and I’m disappointed that now the smallest size it’s available in is 15og that I will not be getting. Too much tea.
I like this tea. Floral. Creamy. Buttery. Sweet. Tasty.
I’m trying to battle the sore throat that has come from out of nowhere, and this seemed like it might help. Not sure that it is, but hey, it tastes good.
I decided I wanted to enjoy one of my teapots today, and I picked this tea to play with.
buttery, sweet, floral, delicious.