4 Tasting Notes
MegWesley is my roommate, so we tried this tea together today. I found that it had a very vegetative taste to it, but it was nonetheless a very drinkable and enjoyable tea. It was certainly one of the more interesting teas I’ve tried and I’ll have to try more… when I’m in the right mood for it.
I like light-flavored teas and this is my favorite peach tea of all time. I like the delicacy and subtlety of the peach flavor. The peach doesn’t overwhelm the tea and vice versa. I also love the fact that I am supporting a US product.
This tea is a definite favorite of mine. I like how the raspberry flavor is very much present and distinct without overwhelming the tea itself. I find that this tea requires no sweetening whatsoever. I grew up going to my grandparents’ summer home on an island very near Wadmalaw, so the Charleston Tea Plantation teas are really something special to me. I will definitely be buying more.
This is my absolute favorite Earl Gray. Growing up, I spent my summers on an island very near Wadmalaw, so I jumped at the chance to visit the tea plantation and try their teas. My mother and I left with arm loads of boxes in just about every flavor, but I think this and the Rockville Raspberry are my favorites, followed by the peach. You can really taste the care they put into making these teas.