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Had this with dessert at Per Lei. I wonder if my review may be affected by the large glass of bordeaux I had with lunch. At this point I may think everything is “wonderful”!
I didn’t get a strong aroma off this- Slightly fruity and malty. The liquor is reddish brown in color.
The first note I taste is fruity and then the taste darkens into something maltier. As it cools I’m picking up even more malt and even some chocolate tones.
The end of the cup when it really cooled down got a bit bitter. The fruit tones were lost altogether.
So delicious! Queen of Hearts has a subtle flavour to it, which does not overpower the green tea itself. It’s very light tasting, and the added sweetness masks the more grassy tones of green teas. It’s quite nice if you’re looking for a flavoured green tea that is only lightly flavoured, so you can still get the essence of the green tea base.
I’ve only got a few white teas in my cupboard right now, and this is one of them.
Lightly and delicately flavoured, it’s a delicious blend of white tea and berries. Though I’m not one for buying into “super foods/fruits,” like acai, I still enjoy the taste of this delicate white tea. The flavour is definitely unique to acai, as it is no where near as sweet as some of the other berry tea infusions I have tried. This tea is more mellow, with a very mild, almost tangy-like aspect that brings out the powerful, yet delicate, aspects of white tea. Definitely a great choice if you’re into lightly flavoured white teas.
Nursing a cold, I’m actually on my third cup of it right now. Definitely helping with the pain in my throat and the soothing flavour is exactly what I needed!