The Pleasures of Tea
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Recent Tasting Notes
A wonderful example of a Japenese tea. This tea has a very strong vegetal flavor, though not unpleasantly so. It is buttery in the mouth and goes down smooth. While wonderful hot, I would not let this tea cool too much as it starts to taste grassy (like drinking your lawn clippings on a humid summer day).
This is one of the most unique rooibos teas I’ve ever tasted – there’s a tartness to it, but it’s a very full-bodied tartness, the aftertaste of an apricot. It’s a very pretty tea in the canister with all the marigold petals, too. I can’t really taste the cinnamon chips at all. Weird, all in all, but not a bad weird by any means.