56 Tasting Notes
Surprisingly good tea from the kitchen at work! Smooth on the palette and a rounded vegetal flavor.
This came in a Kusmi Tea boxed sampler and it’s definitely become one of my favorites. Great tea with a hint of spice and a sweet finishing note.
Nice aroma but… weak. weak. weak tea.
RIP English Breakfast tea by Disney Wonderland Teas, you were decent and bittered out much too soon for my taste.
I honestly was expecting more vanilla after reveling in the amount of blueberry in the blueberry green tea. I just got a light black tea with a hint of it. Sadsies.
Chalk me up for the deliciousness of the blueberry in this. Can’t really taste the tea, but oh well.
Nothing too special. The teabag has a very enticing honey smell. When brewing it goes from a light yellow to a deep amber very quickly and it’s got an overwhelming lemon taste as well. I still have mixed feelings about it.
Enjoyable bottled tea. No sweetener and the tea has a wonderfully fruity finish. The bottle I got was a little too tannic, but that might just have been a refrigeration problem.
I picked up a bottle at whole foods, I was a little skeptical at first because I’ve always been terrible at picking out goods. Much to my surprise, it’s got a great oolong taste that’s full-brewed (Dru-speak for “more tannic than advisable”) but I really enjoyed it cold.
The spice off of the tea bag would lead you to assume that it’s a very dark and powerful Chai. It was a little disappointing (like how at the zoo, you expect a lion in a lion’s den but are instead left with a kitten in a wig), but it’s got enough flavor and spice to be a mildly enjoyable black tea.