22 Tasting Notes
has a good flavour but I wish it was stronger nd have a stronger apple presence. its defiantly more fragrant than tasty.
I love this tea!
I’m usually not a huge fan of white teas because I tend to overstep them but this tea is amazing! Perfectly balance and great both hot and cold. You can really taste the lemongrass while enjoying a subtle coconut flavour that rounds it out.
Reminds me a lot of a local tea from Guyana called “fever-grass tea” (if anyone can get a hold of it, it is mind-blowing !!!)
Its an awesome base for a tea latte. Just a little sugar and foamy milk and its perfect!
I bought this tea on a whim and I really love it! My first time around I brew it a little too strong and ended up pouring it over ice and lemonade.
Let me tell you, it was AMAZING!
The tea itself pacts a punch with a tart pomegranate flavour and has this aromatic floral taste afterwards. Combined with lemonade, I can see it quickly becoming one of my summer favourites!
I didn’t want to like this tea.
my first impression was that there was too much going on with this tea. The smell was really over powering and the list of ingredients was scary. I really did think this tea was to good to be true.
However, I was pleasantly surprised once I steeped it! a little sugar and some milk and it was as rich and creamy as having a latte. It’s defiantly a dessert tea but the flavour reminds me something you would get at a coffee shop. D-licious!
I love this tea!
I definitely recommend you brew it hot and let it cool down to room temperature with some sugar. It smells just like a ripe lychee and has a great sweet flavour to it.
its not a strong mint flavour but has a mint after taste going down. I needed to steep it for a long time before I could get any real flavour. Once you cool it down you don’t need to add any sugar.
I would recommend this iced though, even using it as a based for a fruit smoothie. It really taste great with mangos and strawberries.