3108 Tasting Notes
I believe this was a sipdown of one bag of Salted Caramel… but I have a split with a friend too, so it doesn’t count. Sigh. Also, I added 4 new DT teas to my cupboard today… and bought 6 Butikis. My number just keeps going up, not down! Bleh.
Anyways, delicious tea. And delicious tea chocolate, FWIW. Hehehe.
Aaaaaand, backlog from not so long ago, i.e. two days. I still maintain that it’s tasty and fruity, as well as quite refreshing. It would probably be quite good iced – I ended up drinking it cold in my travel mug, as it was toted around all day while I drank other teas. Still really can’t pick out the flavours, which is a bit annoying, but it’s nice that there’s nothing objectionable in here.
Backlog from quite a while ago. I picked up this tea from the “sale” area at DT (where they have 25g bags of older seasonal teas) since I had missed it previously. Other than the hilarious fact that this is labelled a white tea when it really just should be an herbal, it did not disappoint. Quite fruity, although I’m not sure if I could have picked out starfruit (not that I’m overly familiar with the flavour though).
Green rooibos blend? I didn’t think so…. weird. Anyways, sadly, this has definitely lost some of its flavour since I first had it, so it’s mostly a weak cup of slightly caramelly water. Still drinkable, but I know it used to be better. I believe I have some more in a tin from Indigobloom – maybe that half has fared a bit better. This should be headed for a sipdown shortly, I hope.
Almost a sipdown of this one. I had two half-finished packets (gasp), and used all of one, and half of the other for a lovely travel mug full of this on the weekend. Pretty tasty, as expected. A little more on the hay side as opposed to chocolate, but definitely still within my black tea flavour preferences.