79 Tasting Notes
Today I tore open the bag the mint came in and poured it into a little satchel. I added some jasmine pearls and got a soothing, sweet, and fragrant blend.
Drank a cup of this in the morning with toast and jam. It is so tasty!
Whenever I open my tin of Leo I am always charmed by the fact that it smells almost exactly like an orange creamsicle. It is a very refreshing blend. The citrus notes aren’t artificial or bitter, but very creamy. I steeped it for 3 minutes and got a very robust cup. This uplifting blend is exactly what I need right now. I’m writing a thesis! Yay.
Fresh steep with a spoonful of sugar. Delicious as usual!
2nd steep. Much less of an astringent taste, but I think I enjoy the robust flavor of the first steep more. This was a little bit too soft in flavor for my liking.
I drank a rose congou blend at my local tea house, and it was wonderful, but it left me hankering for something sweeter. I turned to this.
1st steep, 3min. This is one of my favorite teas. It is very smooth.
This is one of my favorites. I love adding a dollop of honey for the perfect sweetness.