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Recent Tasting Notes
Colour: Dark Brown (coffee coloured)
Smell: Minty cinnamon heaven.
A minty and refreshing brew with a little spicyness. The liquorice is quite strong despite it being a more background flavour and I really dislike it. (I am not a liquorice fan at all in tea’s). It’s not undrinkable but just not to my taste, without the liquorice I think it would have been delicious.
Another one off tea chosen at random from my stash.
This is a nice reddy brown colour when brewed without creamer and goes the usual tea colour with creamer added. I usually don’t drink tea with sugar or creamer but made an exception today (with the creamer at least).
Smells like a typical Chai, looks like a typical Chai and also tastes like a typical Chai. Cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and clove all noticeable in taste and smell. I am not a huge Chai fan because of the ingredients, while I love Cinnamon I am not so sure about cardamom and clove. And with Chai it’s the cardamom that is usually most noticeable.Nothing special about this tea but I feel I am judging it slightly unfairly since I am not a Chai fan.
I loved the smell of this tea once I poured the water… taste wise, however, it was like peppermint tea with a bitter undertone. I then waited until the tea is room temperature, and this is when it tasted like mint dark chocolate… bitter then sweet with a hint of mint.
fruit tea with honey and lemon this time. not my favourite, bit too sour for my taste. than again, this one have been in my collection for years now, it has possibly lost its flavour on the wait. i was actually surprised when i read it should have some vanilla in it. so i think that’s what happened. too bad.