8 Tasting Notes
Meh. I mean, it’s form Uganda so there’s that. Ground finely though, not a big fan of that. Overall it’s good. Taste really drops off if over-brewed. Can’t complain. And I still have about a pound left. It was dirt cheap.
How did I forget to log/rate this? It’s possibly the best green tea. Don’t over brew though! Not an all day drinker, something for a special occasion.
Definitely green tea, albeit not entirely memorable. It’s fairly bland, which allows it to go well with honey. This could easily be imbibed all day since the flavour profile is straightforward and middle-of-the-road. And it’s ridiculously cheap to boot!
It was hard to tell, because it was brewed wayyy too hot by Wild Thyme Whole Food & Tea Co.
A fair tea, I suppose. Round, smooth. Some may say bland.
Quite possibly the best matcha around. Stays fresh, too!
A respectably unique tea. It’s subtle, yet present. Smooth and round, lacking any bite. Easily an everyday and/or all day tea.
Overall a solid green tea, although it seems to be too finely ground. I hope they’re not re purposing matcha grounds.
Republic’s Darjeeling is surprisingly decent, but not up to par as far as all the other Darjeelings I’ve tasted. It’s a blend, which rarely sits well with me. It’s rounded, which is good for most drinkers, but lacks the punch I look for in most Darjeelings. It’s the only Darjeeling I’ve considered putting honey in; all others I drink straight.