6 Tasting Notes
VERY aromatic, very tasty, good plain or with honey — all the good cooling volatiles remain in the leaves. Wants a full 2 teaspoons to brew a full-tasting cup. Doesn’t get bitter if left to steep too long, as some peppermint teas do.
EXCELLENT. Good for colds, flus, or just cold days, good iced, good with honey and without. Real, spicy ginger flavor. I get two, sometimes three or four brewings out of a couple teaspoons of dried root.
Nothing fancy, but a very good decaf green tea.
Too much vanilla flavor for my taste. Drinkable with milk and honey.
Good clean and simple Ceylon flavor. Nothing fancy. My go-to breakfast black tea, the only thing I drink enough of to buy yearly.
Excellent. One of the best Earl Grey teas I’ve ever had — the bergamont flavor is present and strong but doesn’t overwhelm the smooth, clean black tea flavor.
1 tsp leaves, 212F water, steeped to taste.