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Hours at a training meeting today were brightened by the thermos of this tea.
Learned today that the number one identifier of abuse is isolation. Sometimes this world makes my heart hurt.
Re-steeped yesterday mornings tea for work today :) Still delicious. This is going to be a good day!
This tea was calling to me this morning from my tea cabinet. I was in the mood for a sweet dessert tea this morning and this did not fail me. A little sugar and milk…brilliant!! This is taking my Monday morning blues away and helping me focus on the work ahead this week.
While shopping at Elaine’s Tea Shoppe in Toledo, I came across this tea and loved the idea of earl grey and jasmine – two of my favorite teas.
It is enjoyable. I don’t want to rate it just yet. I feel like I need to have another shot at it to truly know how I feel.
Drinking this tea was like an epiphany of all things wonderful in a cup! It truly was an amazing way to start my day with creamy sweet yumminess that filled my entire being. So much so, that I am going to resteep another cup of enlightment RIGHT NOW…ahhhhhhhh…:)
I love when I find a tea I can enjoy without any additions. Smooth, creamy toffee with the rich, dark, earthy pu-erh – perfect blend of flavors. Each sip promises that this will be a staple on my tea shelf. WOW!!!
Picked this up at Elane’s Tea Shoppe in Toledo. So glad I did. What a delightful way to begin my day :)
Not as strong of an aroma as I was expecting; both the flavor and smell are more mild than many blueberry greens. Still, a lovely and light cup.
not very good
Little aroma, no flavor, no sweetness. Meh—nothing else to say.
Mocha-color grounds have no discernible aroma. Tisane is light peachy color—very pretty. Need to steep at least 7-8 minutes. Pleasant enough with sweet honey notes, but kind of meh. Cannot be re-steeped successfully.
Definite apricot aroma to dry leaves, but steeped tea smells more peachy. Mild sweetness but little fruit flavor in the brew. A nice cup, but I expected more.
Light-bodied green tea with light spearmint flavor. Hints of sweetness and nuttiness. Better with a bit of rock sugar.
Merely approaching an OK flavored green. Dry leaves smell like cherry Kool-aid. 1st infusion—lightly rose scented with a slight cherry flavor. 2nd infusion (30 sec. longer)—artificial cherry flavor really develops and overwhelms any subtlety of the green tea and rose.
A basic oolong—nothing special. Little aroma—some light floral notes; little complexity in flavor.
Little aroma, at best, a very elusive scent of muscatel. Highly astringent. Flavor is OK, but not memorable. 2nd infusion: stronger scent, milder taste but still very astringent