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Without a doubt this is my favorite chamomile blend, and since I’m headed to bed a bit earlier than usual tonight, I feel like I can use a little encouragement via my Meadow Nocturne.
I am not a particular fan of chamomile, but, I do like it ok in blends, and it certainly is effective in promoting relaxation. I love how the honeybush gives this blend a pleasant sweetness, and I absolutely adore lavender. This is just delightful and I can already start to feel that much needed sense of calm.
I usually start my day with this tea, although this morning, I wanted a little spice to start my day so I started with the Chipotle Chai and Assam. I am now finishing up my cup of Breakfast Blend.
It’s a little weird to be writing a note about my own tea, especially since I’ve been drinking this same tea for about six years now. It is robust yet smooth and I love the bit of vanilla in this blend, it starts off very subtle and the flavor develops as you continue to drink your way down to mid-cup. Perfect with a little milk and honey.
This is one of my favorite green teas. I love the way rose and jasmine work together in a blend. The lemon myrtle is very light and does not impose upon the floral essences, and the laurel provides an interesting balance to the cup. It’s a very relaxing and restorative cup … just what I need after (starting) to clean my art studio (what a mess!)
My opinion on this tea is pretty much the same. I drank it with milk this time and it did bring out the caramel a tad, but it also brought out the toasty flavour aswell and that seems to dominate the tea. Still, I like that they didn’t go overboard with the caramel to compensate, it tastes very natural this way.
I’s just finishing up a sample of this and it’s VERY beautiful and interesting. It wasn’t much for scent…UNTIL…the hot water hit the dry leaf blend. POW! Aroma!!!! I thought I was walking thru a glorious flower garden! This was wonderful yet a little scary because then I thought it would be too floral or have a funky aftertaste but it was very good! The aftertaste was pleasant and my palate was very pleased. You can taste the gunpowder but you can also taste the flowers! It’s a neat blend!
The dry leaf blend of this may possibly be one of my favorite flavored black tea smells EVER! A milky chocolate black tea with slight rose hints….ahhhhhh!
The wet leaf blend the rose really comes out and the chocolate transforms into almost a chocolate fudge brownie type scent. I want to eat it.
It’s very dark in color and a little murky.
The liquid itself is mostly chocolate and black tea to the nose.
The taste is mostly black tea with chocolate and floral mixed in – almost enhancing the black tea taste.
This is a good tasting flavored black tea. But what I love about it most is the scent!
I received this one from a fellow reviewer and boy-oh-boy am I thankful for it!
I got this tea in a trade with Silvermage2000 along with a bunch of others – all I can say is that she has good taste in tea. :)
The smell of this tea is partially toasty and partially burnt caramel – but a nice burnt, not the yucky, charcoal burnt. The flavour isn’t overly sweet (unlike the title, lol) but it’s more like a nice, light, malty assam with a faint hint of sugar. It’s a pleasent tea to drink, but not anything that I found overly special.
2.25g/6oz boiling water. As soon as the water hits the leaves I can immediately smell the chocolate, YUM! Once steeped, the liquor is a dark reddish brown and it smells mainly of chocolate and black tea. When I taste it, as espected, I’m immediately hit w/ chocolate followed by the black tea and then a very faint rose taste that I wish was stronger. The almonds, vanilla, and rooibos don’t necessarily come across as a flavor, but rather as smoothness and sweetness. The only thing I can’t figure out is why there isn’t any strawberries in here, chocolate covered strawberries are very romantic.