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It smells more blossom or floral than tangerine to me…but you can get a hint of tangerine just not as much scent as I thought based on some of the other Adagio Teas. After steeping there is little scent but you can grab the white tea aroma. The color is a typical white tea color with tint of color to it. The taste is more white tea than tangerine…there is only a hint of it there. This would be a good tea if you are new to white teas or aren’t into extreme flavors or heavy tea tastes.
A nice spice scent prior to steeping. While and after steeping it’s a slight spice with almost a citrus hint or two. Looks like a pale black or herbal tea when it comes to the coloring. I kind of thought this would be spicier but am glad it isn’t. A nice change from the over the top and dark spiced bagged teas. I like this one – glad I got it!
You can sure smell the Apricot prior to steeping. While steeping you can almost smell what seems to be a hint of chocolate even tho I know it’s not…and maybe even a very little bit of fresh wood or bark even…but just a pinch. After Steeping it’s more of a earthy and apricot-esque smell. Nice. The coloring is a rich reddish-brown. The taste is a great blend of Honeybush and Apricot – neither too overpowering. Very pure tasting.
Well, it’s been a while since I had Foxtrot so I decided to have a cup last night. I have had my 4-ouncer for a while and have been supplying my father’s new found love for the stuff, too, so it has been used, but I am beginning to wonder if the actual storage life isn’t as strong to stand on as other teas can be. It tasted a little off last night…for some reason…a little funky…not sure…maybe it was just human error…totally possible considering I was the human who prepared it! LOL – anyhow…it wasn’t bad, just not as good as it usually is. I am backlogging this from last night – but I wanted to make sure I logged this finding for my own records…