221 Tasting Notes
No matter how I steep this tea it always comes off too light tasting for my liking.
It’s nice and warming with pleasant notes of apple and cinnamon, but it’s far too subtle and has no drama which is promised with the color and smell.
I would rather drink Goji Pop or Green and Fruity .
I’m still giving this tea as many tries as possible hoping that maybe one day we can go from sly glances across the room to full-on dating.
This is possibly the sexiest smelling tea I’ve ever smelled.
Can’t help but keep smelling the pouch with it’s impossibly rich notes of buttery rum and coconut.
This tea is very rich and may not be an everyday tea but on a really cold,unappealing day it is the perfect cure for drowning those winter blues without developing a drinking habit.
This is the tea that made me fall in love with DAVIDsTea.
At first smell I was in love ,totally utterly head over heels holding a stereo over my head standing under it’s window and serenading it .It smells like fall and Halloween candy and falling leaves and it tastes like heaven.No description could ever capture the immense complexity of this tea .
Chai has always been my favorite type of tea and this is definitively it’s masterpiece.
This tea is definitely an acquired taste.I personally loved it even though the very strong smell put me off at first .drinking it had the most wonderful mellow warming effect and made my taste buds perk up without being overpowering.Unlike other non-caffeinated go to teas like Forever Nuts and Green and Fruity(which both seemed familiar and almost weaker versions of the amazing goji pop)..it was totally unique and I felt I had never drunk anything like it before. It still had wonderful and familiar notes of cloves and cardamon but the unexpected surprise note of red pepper is what really separates this tea as a drinking experience.