83 Tasting Notes
With a name like that you would expect it to be super sweet. It isn’t. Most of @52teas have a great smell. This one does not have a very strong smell at all. What it lacks in smell it makes up in taste. It’s a very mellow tea, you can really taste the cream cheese.
Not the best Honeybush tea I have tasted but defiantly one to try.
Label says steep for 4-10 minutes but I would recommend 4 max.
No. 2 of my tea of the week from @52teas. I love this tea. It’s sweet but not overpowering. The green tea is subtle and doesn’t overpower the delicate fruit flavours. A long steep is needed. Current and papaya seem to be a great combo.
It reminds me of the nice feeling you get when drinking hot black current with a sore throat.
Ahhh PG. You may not have the quality of some of the better loose teas but with a bit of milk you are the perfect accompaniment for dunking ginger biscuits.
This is my first tea of the week from @52teas. First of all it smells amazing both in the pouch and whilst brewing. It has a lot of banana taste but not so much chocolate coming though.
Still a very tasty ‘hot desert in a cup’ style of tea.