Recent Tasting Notes
This is one of my favorite teas. It can be light or loud, depending on how long you brew it. I only wish I could buy it (by the tin) online. The nearest restaurant is 45 miles away and my car died.
This is quite an intense tea! and a mood tea as well. This is not something that I would have often, but when I reach for it, I will savour it.
Anyhow, in this minute, I’m really enjoying it. Yum!!!
I oversteeped it a tad so the flavours are stronger than I’d like, but that is my bad.
It’s spicy, to be sure, and sweet… and relaxing. Hmmm, I think maybe I will actually catch up on some sleep tonight :)
The cinnamon is strong, but leaves room for the orange and something flowery that I assume is the rose-hips. I’m getting a lingering hint of chamomile/orange in the finish as well.
There is a frog croaking outside my window, rather loudly… but I think it’s kindof soothing, the chatter lends a fitting ambiance for my tea moment :)
Thanks again QuiltGuppy for this tea experience, this is lovely!
This is one of my favorite teas when I am sick. I can tell it is spicy from the way my tongue is hurting and I can faintly make out the flavor, but other than that, I smell nothing and taste nothing. :)
Usually, this tea is a real treat. It’s caffeine-free, which is lovely at night. It helps a lot for tummy troubles. It’s a surprisingly spicy but naturally sweet tea. The cinnamon is what creates the tingly sensation, but then the other ingredients help smooth it out and make it taste full and delicious. It’s a really unusual tea for me, but one that I enjoy a lot.