256 Tasting Notes
Happy Friday all! We have an upcoming Snow Apocalypse upon us. I’m kind of excited about being snowed in with just me, the boyfriend, Netflix, and of course my tea! Excited to have a sip-down kind of weekend and see what all I’ve currently got. So while I sit here at work dreaming of the fun that is to be had, I decided to grab this beauty to get my day off and going.
This is a delish treat that I adore. This green tea is sweet without needing anything extra to it. It has that almost melon flavor to it and the green tea just mingles so well that you can hardly tell it is a green tea. Plus, this one is great for your digestion and all the other health benefits that Kombucha provides. Recommend this one for an easy cup anytime!
Flavors: Green, Melon, Sweet
Finishing up my quest with the Cooking TTB and yep, I’m still not a fan of red rooibos. I love green rooibos but the red rooibos just has that medicinal flavor that is hard to look beyond, even with the yummy chocolate cake notes that are coming thru. I know a lot of people love it and I’ll keep trying it, but this one just isn’t for me. Glad I was able to try it. On to the next one!
Flavors: Cake, Chocolate
Highly Recommend for the green tea lovers out there. Holy cow! Can you saw pancakes in your cup? Wow. I’m so glad i picked this one up from Ost (Thank you!). This blend is really good. The green tea has a butter richness quality to it making the tea very creamy and the rest of the ingredients added in give it the maple syrup taste that makes it amazing! Not too sweet, just the right amount.After spending the day in the ER yesterday, I was happy to come home and dive into this. First tea I’ve tried from this company. I think I’m in love!
Flavors: Creamy, Maple Syrup
This is definitely an Adagio Earl Grey blend. A pretty tasty one at that. Not sure I’d need to have more. I don’t taste the blueberry in it. This would be a good breakfast blend. It’s got that bold wake up sort of flavor. Just have to sip it down before it cools. Adagio blends tend to get bitter then.
Flavors: Earl Grey
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Took my first sip of this beauty and said Holy Amaze-Melon-Balls! I forgot how much I loved this tea. The dry leaves smell fantastic and has that garden smell to it that reminds you of summer. Once steeped . . Oh my! It’s rich, sweet, melon-ee, with just a slight hint of floral and has that fresh taste to it that you crave from a Melon tea. Fantastic!