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This wasn’t delicate at all, I felt like I as drinking potpouri :( Will have to retry with a different water temp.
My stomach was a little unsettled after supper and drinking this made me feel much better. I added a bit of extra green tea so its taste is more distinct than last time.
This is one of my favorite green tea blends. It’s a great combination of fruits, ginger and chiles. The taste and aroma have a slight sharpness from the spices. Great for multiple steepings.
No bad, though the green tea is rather hard to taste. The ginger isn’t as overpowering as I feared it would be and the lemongrass adds a nice accent to it.
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best tea ever. the one you’ll never forget.
I really like the “bird’s nest” shape and it makes me feel extra special to unwrap each individual nest, like each one is it’s own little package made just for me. The liquor is a nice deep brown and the nose on it is nice too. Similar in taste to a black tea but with a deeper earthy sense, an almost root-like taste (in a good way). This seems like a good tea for classic tea drinkers, no bells and whistles…just straight tea flavor.
A great mellow taste with nice floral accents.
It smelled fine, but I didn’t like it – not a big fan of fruity teas, although I love raspberries. It was also too sweetish for me.
Perfect tea to end the day.
It smells divine. Very calming. When life gets to you have a cup of tea :)
One of the best rose teas I have tried. Balanced and fruity, the rose flavor does not overpower the natural taste of tea.
The orange scent and flavor are quite mild, which suits me just fine, as the oolong is smooth and rich on its own merits. Shades of roasted chicory and chestnut. Slight astringency creates a clean finish.