47 Tasting Notes
I’m gonna have to side with @TeaEqualsBliss & others on this one. While I’m not a huge fan of Chamomile I feel the flavor of this tea is lacking that where they come off as calling it “Citrus” I’m not sure. The aroma has a hint of medicinal to it, which always inhibits me from fully enjoying the tea. Sorry Mighty Leaf… maybe another try later. :-/
Maybe it’s me, but this tea was WAY to strong. While the taste of the tea wasn’t terrible the aroma was to much for me and took away from enjoying it at all. Maybe I’ll try it again sometime… :-/
While not as full as I’d like this tea is perfect for a morning pick me up or an evening companion. The hint of plum softens the green tea taste and smooths out the aftertaste very nicely. Try it with sugar & cream for a whole other discovery.
Great vanilla taste. Full taste, yet not overbearing. Great for an afternoon tea with cream and sugar. Second steep allows more intriguing flavors waiting to be discovered.
A good twist on a classic taste. The pineapple brings a subtle fruity taste that really compliments the distinct green tea aftertaste. Can have a bitter aftertaste if over-steeped.
Lychee? Peach? Yes! This white tea is in love with the subtle fruit flavors a more tropical location. Perfect tea for the morning. Very refreshing.
Fantastic rooibos! While easy to over steep, this tea has a near perfect balance of hibiscus that leaves a delightful aftertaste. While not a subtle tea, I recommend experiementing with creamer if you’re up for a bolder taste.