26 Tasting Notes
I’m still not sure regarding this tea. I got a sampler from DavidsTea mostly for the caffeine intake as i’m not the greatest of coffee peoples. But it just doesn’t really taste like tea. I made sure the second time to brew only to the required temp, but i accidentally oversteeped it and put a little too much sugar (yes i’m one of those people, but it’s amazing what flavours half a tsp of sugar can bring out in teas). It’s ok. Just ok. I like the undertones of the coffee, but it’s nothing particularly special. Perhaps a third brew with the right amount of sugar will give me a better understanding.
I bought this tea yesterday because it smelled so compelling in the can. Such a strong sweet smell can only mean good things right?
However, I’m almost fairly certain I burnt the tea a wee bit because I didn’t wait long enough to let it cool to 93C before pouring it over the tea. It’s still really good and has a lovely taste, but it’s got that burnt taste in the background just ruining everything
One of my favourite teas I’ve refilled my tin a few times. I dunno what to tell you, but this is a tea where you can’t go wrong. Regardless if you steep it for 4 min or 4 hours. It’s one of those kinda teas that just gets stronger and richer the longer you let it steep. I highly recommend it to anyone to try at least once. It’s honestly one of my favourites
This tea is delicious and perfect for days that need comfort. Steeped as per instructions and you can’t go wrong. It can become bitter if you over steep it though. However, when followed, it literally tastes like cookie dough, which in my opinion is what heaven must taste like in the tea world. QUICK SOMEONE WRITE A FANFIC