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This is smoky, smooth and delicious. A nice wake up for this morning and a nice change of pace tea.
It was a nice change from the ordinary and would probably be good with milk in it. It smelled like this candy that an old neighbor used to buy when I was a kid…they were little caramel things in brightly colored foil wrappers that sold by the pound at the grocery store. Anywho, the smell was amazing, so after that the taste was a bit of a let down. It’s probably really good for people who can’t have sugar, though.
This is a great basic oolong with a nutty flavor. I use about 1/8 tsp of splenda and just sit, relax, and enjoy. This is one of my favorite oolongs.
Tonight is probably not the best evening to even begin compairing or complaining of tea. It is a zombie night and I am enjoying the sound of rain and a dark and delicious cup, or two, of chocolate teas.
Florence is my second variant tonight and sadly, I like it best.
The black tea is exquisite and I would swear it is a milk chocolate I taste. Generally I dislike most chocolate and milk chocolate just plain creeps-me-out. Who knows why but I enjoy baking with it. Ask me to make a chocolate cake and it’s all yours. Pour me a cup of this tea and just try to pull it away… you’ve got yourself a fight!
This tea was well worth the drive to Seattle to pick up… yes, and even the crowds of touristy shoppers. :)
After having o abandon my cup of breakfast tea this morning to deal with a crisis, I am now (nearly 6:00pm) sitting down to my first cup of tea of the day, and I love this tea. Mellow with a slight smokiness.
It’s not even cold, snowy or rainy today (which is when I drink this most often)…just felt like something smokey. Yum.
Although the Hao Ya B has less tip than the A, it is still full-bodied, delicious, round chocolaty notes, and absolutely nutritious.
I regularly purchase the Iced Tea version, which comes with 10 quart tea bags. The tea is refreshingly sweet without sugar and very smooth. I like to add lots of mint and a slice of lemon or mango for decoration. A strong flavored black tea, beautiful amber color, lovely for summer.
Very nice and smooth tea Breakfast Tea. Not too strong, but quite tasty. Definitely a great way to start off my morning (except that “brunch” turned out to be 1pm!)
A little chocolate pick-me-up for the afternoon…
Cocoa delight, no matter how often I drink this – I always come back to a point of appreciation.
This is my breakfast tea this morning. 100% Keemun, easy to drink and very smooth and no bitterness. Nice cup of tea.
I’ve had this tea several times, but finally have it in my cupboard. Very flavorful with berry notes (raspberry?) with a hint of citrus. A delicious afternoon cup—
I decided to cut the suggested water volume for the bagged version of this since it’d be closer to the amount I’d use for 1 cup instead of 2.
1 bag/6oz almost boiling water. Very dark liquor, almost a coffee color w/ reddish tins. The aroma is that of a rich and complex black tea. Unfortunately, the taste is that of the aroma. I’m getting more of the floral aspect, but no chocolate. :(
I usually drink my Earl Grey with a splash of milk and vanilla syrup or brown sugar cubes to make myself a london fog latte. The strong aroma of EG stands out even after the addition of milk. So I’m not literally an Earl Grey enthusiast, though I always have several different EGs on my cupboard. It was my first time trying H&S EG Supreme, thanks to Janefan, and I have to say this is pretty good! The bergamot scent isn’t as strong once you steep it, but there is enough. Overall, a light EG that I don’t mind drinking straight.
Courtesy of Janefan! I love sachet tea bags- they’re convenient while retaining all the goodness of loose leaf tea. I had this for my morning tea, and it was a very smooth Keemun with a pleasant sweet aftertaste. Not a sugary flavor, but just natural slight sweetness of tea. It would be also good other times of the day as it is not very strong.
The smell when opening the tin is powerfully sweet & fruity. The whiff makes it abundantly clear that an addition of sugar/honey is not necessary.
It is a very delicate oolong, whose flavor blends very well with the pomegranate. As far the the pomegranate flavor goes: wonderful. Most pomegranate teas seem too tart or bitter, but this is the closest I’ve come to tasting that seed flavor in a hot tea.
Does not do well with additional steeps.
This is a very nice change of pace tea for me. It tastes of a green/black tea infusion with guava and strawberry added. Its very smooth and flavorful and easy to drink. I like this tea better this time than I did the first time. It leaves a lingering guava taste on the tongue.
I always go to this one when I want TEA and Chocolate. Tea with a subtle, elegant chocolate note. I seem to always make a double portion when I’m craving this. We watched a film with our gigantic near-bowls of tea.