232 Tasting Notes
Smells overly fruity but I am hoping to be pleasently surprised tonight when I make this bad girl up over ice for a bubble bath and a good trashy novel!
UGH! I over steeped this for sure! GROSS! It smells better than it truly is! But I bought 50g, so I had better make the best of it and try again later, I was hoping that because it was a fruit tea there would be no worry of over steeping…. …. aprarently not!
I had this one on a day I was in DAVIDs and just looking (like that is ever possible) I think this one may have been under steeped (if that is possible). You can smell the strawberries, but their taste is far more understated than the title suggests.
I might get this one over ice to go today and give it at least one more try before I completely give up on it.
Ummm, maybe not the best tea to have at 9pm, but when I purchased it today, I could not wait to get it home, and there was no paitence to wait for Sunday breakfast… Nope, not at all!
When I first smelled the leaves I was struck at how much this smelled like that horrid “Raspberry Mocha” from Starbucks. This left me a little leary to try it, but I figured there really was nothing to loose since there is only one tea from DAVIDs that I truly did not like (Dolce & Banana) This tea is fun to watch as it steeps and I am a little sad that I left my glass bodum at work, since the raspberries plump right up!
I could only smell the raspberries and chocolate, but taste the mild chicory and almond taste… we’ll see what tomorrow brings.
This was my “tea to go” today, myself and two other co-workers piled into my car for a trip to DAVIDs for a between shift purusal… uh-oh, 3 women in a tea shop is like a bunch of kids in a candy store screaming for the attentions of the one person behind the counter. But I must say she was calm cool and collected!
When I first sniffed these maple infused leaves I was hit in the face with so much syrup I worried that it would come off tasting like a D grade maple syrup, but I decided to take the plunge and who knew this would be so delightful?! Drinking it hot reminds me of winters huddled around troughs filled with snow eagerly holding that precious popcicle stick, breathing in the scent of fresh snow, fresh tapped trees adn boiling maple syrup and waiting, WAITING for that sticky boiled goodness to be poured over the snow so you can wrap your stick in it and stand cheeks rosey and toes frozen as you savour that maple goodness that makes Canada Great!
This is a great tea and my first Rooibos that will leave me looking for more on pancake and french toast Sundays!
The girl behind the counter was not kidding!
This tea is caffinated, without the sugar crash! So in love with this herbal tea. I have been having it each morning and I have not once, not once, experienced that horrible dip in insulin that happens when I drink coffee… we all know that dip, the one that leaves you sleepy, crabby, (and it it is Starbuks, with the shakes and stange sense of paranoia) and despretly needing another cup. This tea offers a consistent low impact buzz all day; also to note, NO Heart palpitations!
Juggle Ju-Ju has a wonderful light papya flavour that allows this tea to remain drinkable as it cools and will definantly work this summer over ice. And it will leave me refreshed instead of feeling heavy and bloated on those extra hot summer days!
Needless to say I really suggest this tea to people who are caffine sensitive but would like a little “pick me up” on Monday morning. Well, anyone who wants a steady caffine flow in their system, without cravings, angst or your Doctor saying: “No”
I first had this tea as a “take away tea” while purusing the selections at DavidsTea… I was in a rush to get to work and I have a feeling it was over steeped, but this tea has potential…
Second Tasting (yes, I was intrigued enough to purchase a 50g bag to take home): This tea is steeping beside me and I am taken back to Christmas’ baking mint fudge brownies and other spice chocolate delights. I can’t wait for it to cool enough to sip as I expect to be wowed!
Not overly keen, but it is still note worthy enough for me to consider a tin of the stuff the next time I am in the store…