264 Tasting Notes
I really like the notes in this. The flavoring is mild, very lightly sweet- maybe not what you’d expect from bourbon, but more of a ‘bourbon vanilla.’ I do wish Chado teas’ rooibos flavors were a bit more strongly flavored, but I don’t dislike any of them, and this might be the best of my last big order. The sweetness definitely takes a back seat to the natural flavor of rooibos. I am oddly finding that the more I drink this, the less impressed I am with it.
Mild, with a slight hint of rum to it. The chocolate doesn’t come through particularly, and there aren’t very many chocolate chips. (This is okay because oddly enough, they didn’t melt on their own, and when stirred, didn’t seem to add much through a filter.)
This is my father-in-law’s tea. It tastes a bit like warm orange drink, but I actually like it. It’s a bit tart and sweet at the same time. I typically dislike fruit teas.