36 Tasting Notes
Fruity and delicious. A great evening drink – soothing!
I was originally going to drink something different this morning, but after freezing on the walk into work and realizing I had already forgotten to do a million little things, I decided I needed to have my go-to, caffeine-filled earl grey creme again.
Added a bit of sugar today to sweeten things up a bit.
Floral notes to this soothing tea. I did a steep and dump to make it decaffeinated and it was perfect right before bed.
Forgot to bring in sugar today. Freezing. Therefore, time for the great, doesn’t-need-sugar standby, Zen by Tazo.
Love. (Although I wish it had a touch more caffeine in it.)
Just upped the rating on this after discovering adding sugar makes it so tasty! Excellent way to start the cold morning.
Tried today and it wasn’t bad but it also wasn’t my favorite. Plain Earl Grey always leaves my mouth a bit fuzzy, so about half way through I start to not like it.
For the first time I put non-fat milk in my tea (just a splash) and I really couldn’t taste too much of a difference. Will have to keep playing with that in the future I suppose.
I loved the vanilla scent and taste from this tea, but – and this surprised me – I think next time I want to try it with a bit of sugar in it to sweeten things up a tad.