15 Tasting Notes
I steeped for 6 minutes. It’s not a very strong rooibos. It doesn’t have the rich flavor that so many do.
I had the Aged Earl Grey: Fair Trade Certified™, Certified Organic Italian Bergamot Black Tea. Steeping for 3 minutes (3-5 recommended) produced a perfect cup of tea. I’m not typically an Earl Grey drinker. It is usually too bitter for my tastes. This cup was delightful. The bergamot was not too strong.
Today I had the Golden Chai. I steeped it for 4 minutes (recommended 3-5). This is not a strong chai by any means. I like my chai to be very strong, so that when milk is added, it becomes a creamy spicy tea. This was not like that at all. Nice flavor, but too weak for my tastes.
I steeped for 4 minutes, as instructed by the packaging. It has a somewhat nutty flavor, but not a strong chamomile flavor. I’m not excited about this tea, but will give it another go before settling on an opinion.
Refreshing flavor. The lemon is the perfect blend with this green tea.
This may replace my English Breakfast as my morning tea. I steeped it for 3 minutes, and it is the perfect gentle cup of tea for the morning. No aftertaste, no bitterness, just a lovely balance of black tea and orange pekoe.
I had this last night before bed. It was the perfect relaxer. Even though I oversteeped it (12 minutes versus the 4-6 recommended), there was no aftertaste, and the flavor was wonderful. The mixture of lemon and chamomile was the most relaxing end to the day.
My favorite tea.