11 Tasting Notes
The best breakfast blend I have had in a long time. Quite good without milk if you like your tea that way. It has a strong flavor but is quite smooth without the bitterness of some breakfast teas.
I love Keemuns. This one doesn’t disappoint. It is a light black tea with that characteristic roasted flavor that I have come to enjoy so much in this variety.
A solid Earl Grey.
An enjoyable puerh which can be steeped many times.
An enjoyable flavored black tea. The coconut and vanilla are pleasant but not overwhelming. A balanced tea.
I love darjeelings. I drank it without milk. Next time I may steep it slightly less. It is an enjoyable darjeeling blend. Certainly there are much better estate darjeelings, but if you are looking for a robust everyday darjeeling this is a good option.
An enjoyable blend for the morning cup. I drank it without milk. It was pungent and strong. No distinctive flavor that jumps out or lingers. A good choice if you want a standard English style black tea that is of sufficient quality to drink without milk.
A delicious green tea if you don’t mind a lot of flavor. This was one of the first loose teas I ever bought and is still one of my favorite flavored teas.