New Mexico Tea Company
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I received this from nxtdoor. Thank you so much. I’ve actually drank it a few times, and this never disappoints me. I’ve drank it plain, I’ve added it to a straight black, tonight I’ve added a bit of Chinese green to it. It’s really versatile and can be added to almost anything.
It’s tart, it’s juicy, it’s cherry – what more could you want. I’m sad to see this one leave my cupboard, I would order it again.
I received this in a swap from Dexter and haven’t been sure what to make of it. I brewed this up and i’ve been trying it this morning. It’s lighter than i’d prefer and there are some notes there that seem rather interesting. Overall, i think i’d need to play with this a little more to see what i can make of this. A rather interesting tea!
I kept this from the Here’s Hoping TTB awhile back, & this evening I figured it was time to give it a try. I’d been curious about these mandarin puerhs for awhile.
Honestly, it was ok but nothing to get excited about. But still interesting to sample. I’ll try almost anything once!
Tea #46 from Another Traveling Tea Box
This one really nails gummy peachy-o flavor right on the head. Unfortunately, I’m not super huge on gummy peaches, or artificial peach flavor in general. There is no rooibos flavor here, so that’s a plus though.
Tea #44 from Another Traveling Tea Box
Dry this smells really creamy, but not strongly of either chocolate or mint.
As always, for me, the best feature of a rooibos tea is being unable to taste the rooibos, and this one pulls that in spades. The spearmint masks it completely.
I didn’t get much in the way of chocolate, but every once in a while it would come through. It’s a sweeter chocolate flavor, and less dry cocoa power than a lot of them. It also doesn’t have any sort of chemical component.
It’s a pretty nice decaffeinated mint tea, but not something I’d order myself.
This tea doesn’t really taste like the standard Earl Grey that I’m accustomed to, which is a shame because I would have enjoyed it more if it had. It really lacked any flavor from the bergamot and most of what I tasted was rooibos. In this case it had sort of a medicinal flavor to it that I didn’t care for. While I like rooibos, I prefer not to have it be the main flavor in my tea, so this wasn’t really a hit with me.
Traveling Tea Box C #23
Yummmmmmyyyy! I’m going to have to add New Mexico Tea company tk my tea order list. This is delicious. I cold steeped this last night before I went to bed and am having it with my after work snack/lunch. It was not bitter at all. Sweet and you can definitely taste the black berry. It taste just like the fresh fruit. How incredible! I love it! A little of this will have to stay with me and I will send the rest off sadly :( thank you Shelley_Loraine for adding this one.
Tea #23 from Another Traveling Tea Box
I’m mildly disappointed by this one.
The base is good! It’s brothy, mildly sweet, and vegetal. It’s my favorite part of this cup.
As for the flavorings, on one hand, I do get the pear flavor — it hits at the roof of my mouth right before I swallow — but on the other hand, it tastes like a not-quite-ripe pear. And I can’t find the plum at all. This is a tough combination to nail (pear and plum are tough flavors to get right without tasting like candy) but it still came up lacking with even that in mind.