217 Tasting Notes
Pu’erh teas are different. Darker,richer then any other type of tea.Usually smokier and richer in taste and texture.
This tea smells like after eight’s but it doesn’t do the smell justice unfortunately.
I’m looking forward to continuing my experimentation with this type of tea since it is so very different.
Tried this quite a few times but it never seemed to be the tea I imagined it would be.I honestly just ended up picking the jellybeans out of the bag and ate them instead of making the tea again.
It was worth a try but I think this was TOO gimmicky as a tea.At the end of the day it’s a sweet rooibos and the jellybeans only come out in flavor if you leave them to dissolve totally in the cup and don’t leave them in the strainer.
Fun concept just doesn’t work in practice.Thanks for the jellybeans though!
Oh My God…
being a DavidsTea expert (self proclaimed)I made sure that I went with a lower steeping time and with 1.25 tsps since their black teas can become too bitter if even steeped a little too much.You can’t just dump mounds of tea in because you’ll ruin your tasting experience.
I steeped until 5 minutes only.
I was looking for a Tazo Passion tea clone from DavidsTea and I found it!!!!!
For all the people having trouble with this one go easy…and you’ll find the paradise mentioned I swear!