223 Tasting Notes
Just tea-lightful. It smells just like Canada, which is good considering I’m so far away. Just adore this one. Totally agree that the smell is much stronger than the taste, which is good. For an over-the-top treat, add half a teaspoon of québécois maple syrup to your freshly brewed tea and be transported to maple heaven!
My first ever DavidsTea, my first love. I love this hot or iced, straight or with a little honey/agave. I agree that the scent comes out much more strongly once in water, opposed to straight. The blueberry and pomegranate go perfectly with the white tea. I think this one will always have a place on my tea shelf.
My favourite of the Christmas teas. I love the mix of the tartness of the cranberries, and the sweetness of the apple and orange. I used it as pick-me-up in the afternoons leading up to Christmas, and since then has been taken iced due to the heat we’ve been getting in SE Australia. Its fantastic iced – for those in colder climates, save some for summer, its very enjoyable. I think it goes great with the sencha, its subtle enough that it doesn’t overpower the other flavours, but strong enough to add something into the mix. A lovely tea.