1287 Tasting Notes
I need to try this again before deciding officially but methinks this one is not for me. Something just doesn’t jive.
The base is odd, and I can’t really taste any chocolate. The chili makes for a little tingle on the tongue and in the swallow but it’s pretty weak. I had such high hopes…
There were moments when I thought, hey this isn’t so bad. But then others, well it was just plain meh.
Birthday Cake. Yup, that about sums it up. Vanilla cake, with a black base seems somewhat counter intuitive but it works. It really does.
Bare, it was a little astringent/sour for me, so I added some milk and a dash of sugar. I figured that would make it more realistic anyhow. And I was right!!
This kinda had the consistency of white hot chocolate now that I think about it, only with a “cake” or icing flavour more than white chocolate.
I quite literally feel as if I’ve eaten a slice of cake. Perfect for those days when I’m craving something sweet!
Although I can see what people mean about it tasting a tad artificial. Between that and the oily film on top, this may turn off some of the tea purists out there. Ah well. For some reason in this one, I don’t mind so much.
Also, this is one I’d consider reordering. I suspect I will want more once the packet is done!!
Wow. This is a green?! I just assumed white, based on the name, appearance and taste. I’d love to see how they processed this one.
Reminds me of silver needle. Light, bright, and just slightly malty, and floral. The same crispness I saw in the Assam is there as well.
Thank you for the sample Little Red Cup Tea Company!! Colour me impressed.
Terrible. I ended up tossing it down the drain.
Hot, it was tolerable. Barely. But very fake tasting. Like one of those watermelon candies. Not at all like a real juicy melon. Then as it cooled, I got a serious bitter note. Kindof like when you accidentally bite into a watermelon seed.
Sugar didn’t help, and neither did a dash of milk.
What am I gonna do with the rest of this packet!?
What?! Big thank you to my friend across the pond!!! Seriously. I had forgotten how good this one tastes when fresh. My cup was absolutely deeeeevine. and apparently the Balzacs I had a cuppa at last time carries old tea cuz it was nothing like this. Oh man I think I need another cuppa :P
Well hmmm. I was so looking forward to cakiness, and pineapple! But… all I get is maple syrup?! delicious, (overly) sweet, syrupy goodness. Ok so it is yummy. I will give it that. I’m just disappointed because it isn’t what I expected. Especially since I’ve tried this before, and ya know what… I swear, it is a different tea blend. Harupmph
Lemongrass in a chai?! Interesting. I’d never considered that.
Certainly makes for a different cuppa chai. I need to pay more attention next time. I ended up drinking this all up and realized an hour later that I had yet to start my note! Oops.
Big thanks to Ssajami for the massive sample! :)
A pleasant cup. Great without any additions.
I enjoyed the generic peach like fruitiness with just a bare hint of vanilla. This isn’t one I’d want to keep stocked, but it was a nice change and I would grab another sample at some distant future date if I had a chance.
The black base worked well here. A little astringent, but in the positive way that I have learned to not mind.