3 Tasting Notes
Delicious! I thought that this would be like a blend of adagio’s thai chai and a regular roobios tea, and boy was I wrong! But in a good way. This tea tastes like a creamy coconut cake with clove , honey and and slight ending note of the pink peppercorn. The cream and honey come out even more if you add a bit of raw honey. I think this will definitely be a stable in my house!
Flavors: Coconut, Cream, Honey, Peppercorn, Vanilla
This tea tastes much better than I expected! I like my chocolate teas iced, so I steeped two tea bags in one cup of boiling water for about 10 minutes. Then, I poured it over ice and added some some fat free coffee creamer. It ended up tasting like caramel and coconut..no chocolate taste at all. Even without the chocolate, it is delicious…I actually don’t even want the chocolate. One of my new favorite teas!
Flavors: Caramel, Coconut
The first flavor you taste is sweet pineapple, then it goes into a hint of guava. It is very pleasant until you get the aftertaste of something bitter. I am not rating this tea because I could have oversteeped it. I will try this tea with different steeping times and temperatures