It’s definitely growing on me.
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Mum recommends boiling water, and big pinch is enough. Taste and nose evoked memories of slithering into my sleeping bag with a nice, comforting coating of warm campfire smoke.
Big fan of this stuff. Admittedly the first Darjeeling I’ve ever tasted, but it still holds up well to other black teas in regards to flavor. I might have to try another type of Darjeeling after I’m through with this batch. 4/5
For some reason, I loved this when I first got it, but am getting sick of it.
I can taste the Green Tea but it lacks the aftertaste…which is a good thing…YUM!
I have a hard time steeping this for 7 minutes because it smells so good and I want to drink it right away! But I am waiting it out…impatiently…it’s good stuff that is for sure! YUMMY!
Oversteeped with more loose leaf and for longer. The first few attempts I didn’t see any blueberries but now I am now having a problem locating the lil buggers! Dee-lish!
Maybe it’s too strong, but this does not pair well with cantaloupe.
Nice and light. Drank hot but I know it would be tasty iced, too!
Another cup. This re-steeps VERY well! :)
Somehow improved…and I’m brewing it better. With 160F water for 30 sec, this produces a juicy cup with some nice chestnut, warm milk, and bright greenness.
I think I should have let this steep longer, but the tinier tea leaves were leaking through the little infuser spoon I used so I got a little impatient. This would be pretty decent if stronger.
On My 3rd Cup today…looking for a simple but good black tea. This is IT!
Lemony (is that even a word?!?!) taste. Enjoyable cup of tea.
6:28pm – I need a nice burly cuppa to get over my day. Sadly my schooling left me very sleep deprived and I need a boost o’ caffeine.
I drank a mug of this around 6 or 7 am as I finished up some rather intense schoolwork. Didn’t really solve my problems, but at least I had fun drinking it!