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The last cup of tea for the day. I decided on something light and smooth. The dry leaves are an assortment of shapes and sizes. You are given multiple large stems, green leaves and petals, all arranged in an eclectic bouquet. The brews flavor is rather odd. I taste an overpowering floral flavor. This reminds me of lighter gynostemma. The herbaceous tone is sweetened and leaves a soothing feeling on the tongue. This is not one of my favorites, but it did the job for tonight.
Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Herbaceous, Sweet
This was not a favorite of mine. I could tell by the appearance of the buds that this was of a lower quality. These “silver” buds were more of a tarnished grey. I brewed these in my glassware to enjoy its colour. This smooth and iridescent platinum gold always dazzles me with these white teas. The flavor, however, was not that dazzling. It had a dry grass or wheat taste. It carried a mild sweet note in the background. It reminds me of the yellow twine used to bind hay bales together. My friend enjoys this particular tea quite greatly, but I guess this just isnt for me.
Flavors: Dry Grass, Dust, Hay
I bought this only to season up my roasted oolong yixing. This is a very basic tea. I do not find it horrible, but it doesn’t stand out in anyway. The tea leaves are large but very flaky. They vary from a smoky black to deep crimson. The flavor is somewhat bland. It has a smooth smoke taste with a slight dark fruit tone. The wet leaves have a burnt sugar and slight charcoal scent. I picked this up for a great price, and I will still probably buy this again. This could serve as nice “everyday oolong” if there is such a thing.
Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Smoke, Wet Rocks
Good morning! This is the winner from the teas that I picked up! I’m not saying that this brew is perfect or anything, but it does make for a great everyday black. The thick coffee liquor is sweet and slightly spiced. This is a light and bright black tea. There is a slight black tobacco flavor with smoke. These flavors may not sound all that light, but there is a underlining floral tone. This undertone brightens up the whole drink and makes for a great morning cup.The only problem I have is it becomes slightly astringent, but I’m sure I can tweak the brewing and fix that right up! I have found my staple for the cupboard :)
Flavors: Astringent, Floral, Smoked
I am finally home and picked this to wind down before the day must begin again. My favorite aspect of white tea is its colour. I absolutely love the iridescent pearl glow this tea brews. I always brew white tea in my glassware, so I can show off these beauties. The glass practically disappears and it magically distorts its surroundings. hahah I just love it! I know that this isn’t the best Bai Hao Yin Zhen, but it does hold its own. Its a very nice and general brew. Its dependable to say the least. The dry buds may not be porcelain diamonds; they do have some darker colors and mudded feel. This is still a simply enticing brew. It has a light honey flavor with a wisp of floral. It gives you a smooth nectar mouthfeel and finishes with warm hay. I enjoy it and always have. This is a great buy and it has always been my white tea staple.
Flavors: Floral, Honey, Hot hay
This morning I need something a little more bold. I brewed this up in my morning mug. It has the all too familiar malt aroma. I added a little extra leaves for that bonus kick to get me going. This tea has a lot of flavor. It has a smooth baked bread with malt in the background. There is a slight astringency in the undertone. The taste is a perfect morning brew. It paired well with my big breakfast and its perfect to soothe and energize me for the coming day.
Flavors: Astringent, Baked Bread, Malt
Good morning! I celebrated St. Pattys day in the “city” last night, so I managed to make a trip to Wegmans. I didn’t like using my decent Darjeeling as my everyday black, so I picked up various blacks. I’m testing to see which is the right fit. This is the first runner up.
The tea is described as a champagne from Sri Lanka. The dry leaves look like curled rubies. They have a blood red appearance with small black wisps. The dry aroma is smooth and mellow. I put a generous teaspoon into my mug and brewed. The scent from my mug is very light and fruity. Its a warm soaked earth with dark fruit tones. The taste is pretty similar. Its a slightly roasted mouthfeel, and it has a dark leather flavor. This brew is mostly silky except for slight astringency. I like this as a late morning brew. I’m not sure it has enough kick to wake me up these early mornings.
Flavors: Dark Wood, Leather, Wet Earth
HGTTB haha i hadn’t read the review of this one before i picked it out of the box to try. I don’t think it’s quite as bad as everyone thinks it is but i also wouldn’t brew this straight up western. It does have a little fishy smell to it but as far as the taste goes, it’s a pretty average cup. It’s nothing spectacular, but it’s not toss out worthy either :)
This is a very nutty and mellow tasting sencha. I had it stored with other tea samples and it seems to have taken on flavors from some of them, so I’m not going to do an in-depth review. I can say though that this one is mellow and a bit sweet, pretty good tasting. I’m getting hints of anise but I think that is from other tea scents that got into it.
Flavors: Nutty, Sweet
Got this one from Veronica from the Christmas card exchange in December! Reminds me a lot of Lupicia’s Cookie Lots of cinnamon and cookie flavors. I think I like Lupicia’s version the best because it’s a lot richer and just better overall in my opinion.
This one is still good though! Happy to have tried it! :D
Thank you for the sample, Veronica!
Flavors: Almond, Cinnamon, Cookie, Pastries, Spices
This is delicious! I absolutely love this tea! The leaves are slightly lower grade but still a typical japanese green. The small spines are emerald green and with small gold specks. The brew is a pale jade and refracts light well. The brew tastes of sweet honey butter! There are undertones of vegetable, nectar, oils and a very slight citrus tang. The wet leaves smell of algae, spinach, fresh grass and spring! This is a quality japanese green. The only problem with this tea is its price. The company I bought it from has it priced extremely high so I can only afford it within small doses. I also would rather spend my money elsewhere so this is the last of this tea that I will be buying.
Flavors: Molasses, Peat Moss, Stems, Summer, Sweet, Vegetal
The downside of drinking a tea without reviewing it and then you forget you really enjoyed it … is met on the other side by, after having forgotten, you get that surprised “oh, nice!” moment. Got that with this. Very enjoyable jasmine, fresh like spring, silky body. The jasmine is forward and juicy but not overplayed. I was hoping this would be sweet enough to satisfy a sweet tooth kind of afternoon, but… well, not quite. Baked pear/apple medley to the rescue, though.
Super lame! I’ve been fairly impressed with Wegmans loose tea so far but this stuff is practically flavorless. Super slight wisp of scent of flowers if I shove my face so far down the mug I risk drowning, and the weakest green tea base I’ve ever experienced.
I won’t even give this away. Glad I just got a couple dollars worth. Hope the trash appreciates it.
From Veronica, from the Xmas Cards swap. Backlog.
This tea is soo good. I have no idea where to get Wegman’s, but that’s probably a good thing with the amount of tea in my cupboard at the moment. It really does taste like almond cookies! When I bake almond cookies, I’m a bit of an almond fiend, I put 2-3x the almond flavoring and mix in some sliced almonds. I’m glad that this tea is strong on that note! The cookie flavoring didn’t disappoint, but what can I say? I’d be in it for the almonds. Yum.
I thought I had finished my gyokuro yesterday, but I just realized that I still have 1 oz left from a green tea variety pack I purchased! :) I almost went for the gyokuro again today, but I figured that I better try to make it last. It was a good change going with sencha today…the extra grassiness and bite are enjoyable…and so is the significant difference in price compared to the gyokuro…great everyday tea.
I love the variety available in the World of Tea…but, at this point, I’d have to say that sencha is my go-to tea. Inexpensive, good taste…nice mixture of grassiness and sweetness. This one is great for a store brand…I actually think I prefer it to the Yamamotoyama sencha. I’ll have to venture out more and try more senchas…this one is definitely doing the trick for now though.
I cold brewed this thinking I would like it best that way, but this is a meh tea in my opinion. It’s like many other fruity herbals out there with a good dash of hibiscus thrown in as well. There is rooibos in the blend, but I could barely taste it.
I’ll finish the small amount I bought, but I won’t repurchase.
This is absolutely lovely. I can’t believe I have gone so long without Wegmans tea in my life. I love lavender, and that is the primary note here. It plays well with the green sweetness of the sencha, but the sencha is secondary. I sometimes find sencha to taste a bit too much like liquid spinach, so I think this is perfect. I will absolutely be getting more.