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It’s been a while since I’ve had this tea. I believe it was one of the first teas I had ever tried from Davids Tea, back when I started with Steepster about 9 or 10 months ago. I’m impressed that I still like it almost the same as when I first tried it. It’s one of those teas that I don’t see myself drinking on a regular basis, but is thoroughly enjoyed when I have it on the rare occasion.
As I described in my previous log for this tea, hot, the smell and taste is like caramel corn, but as it cools there is a slight tartness that comes to the forefront that personally, I could do without.
It’s a unique tea, but not worth getting more than a sample size at a time. The taste is a fun novelty (or noveltea, if you’re like me and you laugh at cheesy puns). It’s certainly not a classic everyday option for me – that would be like watching the same movie every night.
Delicious! Tastes like caramel-corn. As a hot beverage I liked this one instantly. With a little coaxing, paired with the heavenly aroma, and the pure curiosity of a tea called “movie night”, I convinced my husband to take a few sips of this one – and even he (who is very much a non tea drinker)said that it was good. I also tried this one cold, and although it was still quite good, I prefer it as a hot beverage as the sweetness seems to blend more smoothly with the flavor when it’s hot. So good I give it 2 thumbs up!
Finally moved into my new place! But I’m coming down with a cold. It’s in the very early stage so my senses are still sharp enough to review this.
Ever since I was a young child, almond has been my favourite nut, so I just had to get this. The dry leaf smells like almond extract! The lapacho bark doesn’t seem to have any scent, or if it does, it has no chance against the almond. I would also like to point out that it’s genius to pair apricot kernels with almond to kick up that bitter almond flavour.
The taste is very bang on too. I haven’t had anything with amaretto in ever but this definitely conjures up memories of almond biscotti and Blueberry Tea (the cocktail). By far the most almondy tea I’ve ever tasted in my life. And the level of bitterness is perfect.
If you feel like a non-alcoholic drink that resembles alcohol, this could do the trick. I just wonder though, seeing that apricot kernels and lapacho bark can both be toxic if an excess amount is ingested, I wonder how much of this tea one could drink without noticing any side effects.
Meh. I’m trying to think of something awesomely clever to say about this one, but all that’s coming to mind is…meh. I just got my steeper in the mail, and this was one of the samples that came with it. It’s not bad, it just doesn’t strike me as all that great either. It’s green tea and jasmine, nothing extraordinary here.
Amanda THANK YOU!!!!
This is Watermelon, BUT, MORE than JUST Watermelon!
I can taste Watermelon, first, but then I can taste the apple and honeydew, too, and a little strawberry, AND even a bit of carrot.
This is really wonderful flavor-wise…just want I was hoping for! And NO Hibiscus! YAY!!!
I would say…why not just do a plan watermelon straight-up but I have done pure watermelon juice before and it does need a little extra sumpin’-sumpin’ and I think they GOT IT right at David’s! Nice job!
Amanda sent me some of this! Thanks so much! I have been wanting to try it for a while!
It smells a little like Birthday Cake, I suppose.
The post-infusion liquor is very murky green-grey-brown and texture-E.
The flavor is sweet from not only the rooibos(s) but the sprinkles and probably even the ice cream bits…which also makes this creamy. It’s not as cake-E per say but moreso reminiscent of the frosting.
Regardless – it’s tasty!