64 Tasting Notes
I’m never sure what to call the fruit in this tea, but it’s something tropical. Maybe guava. I don’t know, but it’s delicious.
I have very little new to say about it, except that it is my favorite forever and ever, amen. Strawberries and vanilla and something unnameable.
This is just such a perfect morning tea, especially on cold foggy mornings. It’s milder than other earl greys, which makes me like it more. I could especially taste the vanilla this morning.
This is one of my favorite Earl Grey variations, and it’s perfect for mornings. It’s mild-tasting but smells fairly sharp.
I made this iced today (93 degrees in October? WTF Los Angeles), and it was great. Like drinking cold roses.
I really like this tea. It’s definitely a sort of variation on Earl Grey, you can taste the bergamot-citrusiness of it more strongly than most Earl Grey, so I like it best in the morning for the bright smell and taste.
This tastes to me exactly like my Russian Caravan blend. Very delicious, mild on the tannins and tastes like wood smoke.
This stuff was good. It seems to be Chado’s answer to Mariage Frère’s Marco Polo. They aren’t quite the same, but it’s the same sort of notes.
This stuff is MAGICAL. My friend ordered it for afternoon tea and from the second we could smell it we’d decided to buy some loose leaf. The mandarin is the most wonderful, subtle taste.
I made this iced because it smelled like it would be good iced. I’m not entirely sure I’d love it hot, though I will probably try that at some point. Anyway, it’s unexpected. At the first sip my mouth wasn’t sure what to think. By the time I’d finished my glass I liked it. By my second glass I really, really liked it. It’s refreshing, but weird…in a good way? I’m sure given that it’s named after a popular villain, it was intended to be just that little bit of jarring.