10 Tasting Notes
Perfect if you enjoy pure citrus-taste! With a spoonful of honey stirred in, this concoction saved me during my week-long cold-and-flu stupor. The lemon soothed and the honey added a tinge of sweetness. I love mixing DT’s Lemon Myrtle with ginger tea as well for that soothing effect. It’s great if you let it cool and then add ice cubes, you’ll have organic Lemonade!
This tea cranks the cinnamon into overdrive and the flavour deepens with every passing minute. I love me some strong, spicy, delectable chai, and this tea falls into such a craving category. Steep it long, steep it hot, sip it slow, make it last = recipe for chai perfection. I once used this in a vegan bread recipe, instead of plain ol’ water I used the water from steeped pure chai, turned out wonderfully!
A classic personal fave of mine, this green twig tea puts a smile on my face when I have the pleasure of sipping every so often. Since the sad discontinuation from David’s status, I have been sparing in my consumption, as my supply level is steadily decreasing. In terms of tasting notes, I appreciate the slight and subtle earthiness and the tinge of sweetness of Kukicha. I will hunt me down some more once I’ve run out, but in the meantime, this tea is always a treat.
Where to begin with this delightful entity? How bout that full-bodies earthiness of the aged pu’erh leaves. And that distinctive ginger flava! I have been prone to awful headaches, but once I steep this tea for 10 mins or so, and squeeze a wedge of lemon into the mix, drinking pu’erh ginger becomes a treat and helps soothe the side effects I experience. The lovely lingering of the strong ginger brings me happiness too:) I also like to incorporate this tea into various marinades! So versatile, and oh so tasty.