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What doesn’t this blend have?
This is a mix of black, white, oolong, yerba mate, peach flavoring, and flowers! WOW! Normally that would make me nervous…but whatever mathematician came up with the percentages for this combo is pure genius!
EVERYTHING makes sense in this blend. All of the ingredients play nicely and smell and taste good together!
Not to mention the health benefits in this tea! WOW! Nicely done, Compass Teas, Nicely Done! :)
Have I Told You Lately…That I LOVE You??? Ahhhhhh! It’s been too long since my last cup of this! I’m saving a little bit for my stash but send a few samples to friends to spread the joy! In the meantime…read previous notes…this time around…additional notes include…
Cookie-like, almond-esque, black tea-base is A O K. Hints of Cinnamon. LOVELY!
This dry ‘mix’ looks like Almond Cookie by SpecialTea and The Spice and Tea Exchange. It smells really close to it too! I’m excited to try this and my infusion is almost complete! (insert giddy/evil laugh here)
Oh yeah…THIS is NICE!
I’m thinking the Almond and spice is a little bit more prominent thank the black tea in the other tea companies take on this…and I’m not sure if there is as much ‘cookie’ type taste but regardless this is darn tasty! YUM!
I can’t believe this one wasn’t in the steepster database!
This is a very creamy/vanilla-scented Earl Grey. I always look for twists on earl greys because I like to see how different they can be but still be classified as an earl grey. I know there are some people out there that stand by the phrase “Leave My Earl Alone” but not me…I love the variety, the creativeness, the uniqueness!
Again, this aroma is delightful! black tea, bergamot, creame, vanilla, ahhhh!
The taste is VERY creamy! The cream and vanilla both town down the bergamot and I really like this. Lately I have had a lot of EG’s that overdue it with the bergamot or use a really REALLY funky bergamot flavoring and it tends to be bitter or leave that strange aftertaste. Not this one! This is pretty darn good right here! VERY smooth…darn near the smoothest tea I have ever had. Some may say the bergamot isn’t strong enough but I really like the way this one plays out!
I received some of this in a swap with a friend of mine.
Nice and fruity. I prefer green rooibos to red rooibos, the green rooibos seems to have more of a fresh, light taste instead of the woodsy taste I get from the red. I also find that there is less of that artificial saccharine-y taste to the green rooibos.
Very pleasant tropical flavor. Sweet. Nice.
This is another one of the teas I received in a trade with silvermage2000/Ashley.
The smell of this tea…wow, it’s just incredible. I open the bag and instantly I’m bombarded with scents of luscious mango, peaches, and papayas with undertones of rose. If they made a perfume out of this tea I would so totally buy it!
I’ve never had a green rooibos tea before – I’m not a huge fan of it’s red cousin, but people have said that the flavour is considerably different, so I was willing to give this tea a shot. The taste starts out similar to a red rooibos tea, though not as woody or tart, and then it changes into tropical fruity goodness (yum!). The tail end of the flavour has an refreshing taste with ‘bright’ notes. Seriously, I don’t know what words to use to describe them. There’s a lingering floral aftertaste, just a faint hint of rose, nothing artifical or unpleasent.
This tea gets a solid thumbs up!