Eastern Shore Tea Company
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This is my first tea with rose petals so I was very exciting my this purchase. I love roses so this may be a tad biased. This tea is delicate and would be great for an afternoon tea with scones. It smells really good as well. For my net cup I may steep it for a couple of more minutes. If you love roses, this tea is for you!
I’m so excited to drink a local tea! I was pleasantly surprised this morning with drinking this. Subtle hints of vanilla and cherry makes this black tea enjoyable to drink. I steeped it for 5 minutes and it wasn’t bitter so I’m thinking if you left the bad in it won’t turn bitter. I’m glad I picked this up.
This was the most flavorful of the four Eastern Shore teas I’ve tried, but that isn’t saying much. I’m surprised this was a black tea, looking at the description here. It certainly didn’t seem like a black tea. There was a spice flavor but it wasn’t too strong.
This one didn’t have too much flavor, but I could have swore it was lemongrass. It isn’t listed in the ingredients. Maybe it was a weak orange. I didn’t taste cinnamon either. I like my tea with a ton of flavor. This isn’t it.
SIPDOWNed my last bag last night…so sad to see it go…
backlogging from over the weekend…see previous notes…
This tea is a bit strange. The smell is definitely chocolate. The initial taste is undeniably hazelnut. Unfortunately, the black tea gets lost somewhere in the mix. As the tea cools there is more of a chocolate flavor, but I wish the tea was more robust.
I really like this one. I’m on a diet and it satisfies my chocolate craving without the calories.
Delicious, not to sweet, nutty and fruity. One of my favorite Eastern Shore teas, and I like their brand very much in general.
I really like this tea. I would definitely agree that it should be consumed alone, and without food.
Again, not much flavor for a chocolate tea. Strawberries too. Really no flavor here for me… I don’t know… it seems like there should be a specific steep temperature and time for each tea, and each tea is different. I try not to pour just boiled water on any tea, because I think it might “burn” the flavor out of a tea.
This one sounded really good, but I may have steeped it too hot. There isn’t much flavor here.. but I’m confused at what the base of this tea is. Is it a black tea? It just mentions the flavors… the website does say it has caffiene though.
I received a sample of this tea from Jessica! Thanks! The smell of the dry teabag is very much of raspberry. I steeped this for a bit longer than most would steep a white tea because I like them a little stronger. The taste of the tea is initially the smooth white tea followed by a hefty fruity aspect. This is much better than I thought it would be!
This was just okay. I think it was a bit too spicy for my tastes – perhaps I will try again on a late, cold, winter night.
I LOVE this tea. I can’t quite put my finger on what makes it so good. It might be that the scent and taste is perfectly represented by the romanticism and mystery of Edgar Allan Poe.
This tea is perfect for autumn/winter. I have to say, I adore this tea. All the different flavors come together beautifully. I prefer to drink this solo and not with food because the ginger can be really overpowering.
I’ve hesitated to brew this, because my previous means of heating water was a standing water dispenser with only one heat setting. I got a new electric kettle for Christmas, and this was the first thing I brewed. I love white teas, but I haven’t had one in a while, because it’s so easy to scorch the leaves. I love the smell and taste of this tea. Slightly sweet and fruity with the light taste of white tea.
This one holds up better than the Sugar Plum I posted about earlier as I got them around the same time…I also like this one better too! I’m finishing a cup of it now…YUM!
Backlogging…not as ‘sugary’ tasting but still nice…could be because it’s been in my stash a while tho…lol…
Nice. Pleasantly sweet. Really good for a bagged tea. Nice berry flavor but doesn’t overwhelm the white tea base.
A nice tea to drink while I unwind!
I’ve had this twice now, and am surprised at how much I like it since I generally don’t care for cinnamon in teas. I bought this bag as a gift for my mother (at the MD Renaissance Festival of all places) because she loves cinnamon spice blends (Harney’s Hot Cinnamon Spice and Bigelow’s Cinnamon Stick are probably her faves). Anyway, she gave me a couple serving back in t-sacs so I could try it too. It smells like a bowl of potpourri when dry, but when brewed it mellows out a bit and the apricot and cinnamon are well-balanced and compliment each other nicely to make a soothing fall tea. The apricot floor is not very strong, or particularly “fresh” tasting, but neither is it overwhelmingly fake.
Eastern Shore has quite a range of blends. Maybe I’ll pick another one up from Herbalist’s Delight next time I’m at the fest (I go maybe every 2-3 years now).