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It’s alright…. it’s a weird flavour if you think about it, so even if it’s fairly accurate it’s still weird.
First steep I turned into a latte with International Delight Vanilla because it was too oily. Turns out this chocolate-y latte drink.
Second steep (steeped forever) straight is actually not bad.
It’s fine for a whatever tea.
I sincerely enjoyed my first exploration into writing a tasting note; however, I do not have the time to write such long tasting notes regularly. I also contend that anyone reading my tasting notes may prefer that I keep it a bit more succinct… so here it goes.
This has been one of my go-to teas of late. I tend to prefer black tea in the mornings and Earl Grey is the tea that got me back on my tea kick after a several year hiatus. This was my first voyage into the flavor of Earl Grey Creme.
This is a loose leaf tea. The dry leaf is dark and intermingled with yellow petals (Marigold, apparently) which gives this tea an inviting character. The smell of the dry leaves is a rather strong floral perfume of bergamot. I LOVE Bergamot. I like the more perfumey as well as the more citrusy flavors.
The color of the steeped tea again reminds me of stained cherry wood. The aroma of the steeped tea is much more heavy on the vanilla and the bergamot gets a bit lost for me. The tea is very smooth and has an almost creamy mouth feel. I can tell this is an Earl, but the bergamot is a bit mild for my tastes. I am enjoying the 2 oz I purchased immensely. This is a great breakfast tea and gives me a pleasant start to my day. I plan on sipping on this during morning rounds today.
Preparation included 1 packet of Truvia, my sweetener of choice. I have also enjoyed this tea with a splash of cream/milk; however, the flavor gets a bit lost so I prefer this tea alone.
Flavors: Floral, Perfume, Smooth, Vanilla
I’m still a tea novice. This is my first pure tea from Teavana. I was so excited because it’s from Korea and I’ve never tried anything from Korea. It has very strong spinach notes. I don’t like that. But something in the aftertaste is quite nice. But the spinach note brings it way down for me.
Flavors: Seaweed, Spinach
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Flavors: Chocolate, Peppermint, Vanilla
I really like this one. You have to use a lot and it doesn’t do well with resteeps. It tastes a bit sweet and I pick up grapefruit notes from it. I really do love it…but it’s pretty expensive and there is barely and tea in it.
(HOT) Back again on Golden Dragon. Decided to pull this one out again from my shelf after a long hectic day. Trying to be awake for the next few hours without being jittery and a nice floral sweet tea is just what I need. Perfect tea for relaxing on the couch, must be sipped to be appreciated. I think I like this tea more the second time around. added white honey and german rock sugar from teavana.
Flavors: Floral, Honey, Vanilla, Wheat
I realized that I have a huge selection of teas from unknown sources. However, I was sipping on a cup of Teavana’s English Breakfast, and instantly knew this tea.
It’s very malty, earthy, smooth, and semi-sweet. It isn’t super heavy like an English Breakfast tends to be, though. I have had better English Breakfast teas, but this isn’t a bad tea at all. Overall, I like it.