Backlogging…started my day off with this…it’s been a hellofaday! Oye!
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Fairly sweet. Buttery! Semi-grassy…check out my other notes…
I made this for my 4 year old daughter this morning since she is complaining that her tummy was bothering her and she absolutely is loving it. As I write I can hear her slurping down this tisane. Of course she loves honey so I added some to the cup and it was wonderful.
I’m not a huge green tea drinker but I really do want to learn more about them. This was an enjoyable tea but not really that memorable.
I started this crazy day with 3 cups of this…
Read my other tasting notes on this one! I am packaging up some swap boxes and including this in many of them…it’s a goodie! At least I think it is! :) Cheers!
Thaks LauraR for sending me this tea!
I have never had a creamsicle so I don’t know how this is meant to taste but…wow! It’s the best tisane I’ve ever had!
Before steeping, it smells really creamy and I almost get a hint of white chocolate. I was a bit sceptical that it could actually taste as good as it smelled but it didn’t disappoint me! The steeped tea smells more like chamomile but the taste is sweet and the peppermint really takes it to another level. This is going to be my night-time tea, I think, as it is far superior to the rooibos I drink at the moment.
Had 2 cups of this with some cookies after a nice lunch with my parents. Sometimes being on vacation from school is wonderful :)
I love this tea. I am so sad that I won’t be able to buy more.
This is a nice WYSIWYG type tea. Great Silver Needle to have on hand. There is a lovely natural-sugary-sweet type taste to it.
This has become my breakfast tea of choice lately, because 1) It’s a good, flavorful, hearty black 2) I can drink it with or without milk, and 3) I don’t feel bad for not taking the time to resteep it.
I had a single steep of the lovely Darjeeling Goomtee on a day that involved too many unplanned naps when I had too much to do.
This has a great fragrance that’s subtle, yet well defined. It’s nutty and peppery with a bit of citrus and honey.
Prepared, this is a really well balanced darjeeling. It’s nutty and slightly astringent but is far more mellow than others I’ve had in the same category. Waking up to this tea is more like a small bell as opposed to the gong of a darjeeling I normally drink.
Thanks LiberTEAS for the sample!
Second note on this one. It’s too bad this company went outta business. They had a quality product, especially this organic honeybush, which I finally found the perfect delivery mechanism for…as a latte. Yes, I latte’d the heck out of it and added some Greek honey for good measure. If there was some Dionysian nectar of the gods, this is it. I could go into taster notes on this, but you probably already know what they are now – just think honey-vanilla. It was awesome.
Thank you LiberTEAS for a taste of this tea! :) I brewed some for my day at work. It was a good amount of jasmine. I prefer jasmine tea that lighter, and this fits the bill. It was a nice tea for iced. With the green in the tea, I would of liked this more hot.
But I just read this company went under. What a shame, looks like there much to try from this company.
Got really cold tonight, I am on my second pot of this tea and I am finially thawing. This medium strength ceylon is the perfect companion to a sweet cookie. No need for milk, I did add rock sugar in the infuser basket.
Continuing on with the backlog.
I made this with lots of leaf and a long steep time. It was strong and good.
Great medium black tea…smooth ending…
A dose of Kenchanjangha. Too many days back to remember the deets. Oh noes. Finishing this backlog tonight so I can write proper tealogs again.
1st steep: 2 min.
2nd steep: 2 min 15 sec.
3rd steep: 3 min.
Tastes like a good green tea. A really good green tea. I don’t really know how to describe the taste…light and refreshing. Thankfully not as hay and spinach tasting as green teas I despise. Not quite as sweet as sencha, but very tasty.
I’ve been liking mint teas less and less lately, but this one seems to be sweet and light and very chocolatey. I received a sample from LauraR with the big sample box she sent my way. It’s very tasty and I could see purchasing this to get through dessert cravings this winter. I bet it would be good with a few chocolate marshmallows mixed in. Very chocolatey and not in a fake chocolate way. Milk chocolate and mint goodness, covers up the rooibos nicely!
This Darjeeling Goomtee is definitely good at a lower water temperature than boiling. It does seem like I always like teas more the more I get on with them.
2nd steep: 6 min.
This Apple Honeybush is one that I always enjoy drinking more than I remember having liked it.