265 Tasting Notes
This is a fabulous tea for easing head pain, which it’s doing right now for my post-chiropractic fall-out headache.
The lime and coconut flavours are really nicely balanced in this. I like it almost as much as Sencha Honey. Definitely a keeper.
Interesting tea! The tea itself (a mix of black and green leaves) is quite okay and produces a medium strength brew, but the fruit and flowers also included in the blend lurk around the edges and really make this tea memorable. I like it best with a little honey added.
The tea leaves are really pretty, like potpourri, and smell strongly of passionfruit. They produce a lovely yellow brew. Sadly, none of this translates into the taste. This tea had very little taste of fruit, tea or anything else. It was just a really, really dull drink. What a disappointment!
The taste is sweet enough not to disappoint the expectations provided by the scent, which is just like the cocktail. This tea left a slight afterburn, but that may just have been because I left it to steep a bit longer than I’d intended, and ended up with a deep blood red brew. Overall, I liked it more than I expected.
Mmmm. I never get tired of this one.
I generally find Silver Needle just a little too mild for my liking, but I love these. The jasmine accent sets off this delicate tea beautifully, and I love watching the pearls unfurl in my glass tea pot.
This has a really nice fruity scent. I wish the taste of the quince was equally strong in the tea itself. Still a nice cup of tea.
So easy to keep drinking AND it’s the best white tea I’ve found for easing migraine. Ahhh.
Okay, so I drank some more of this. I want to like it more than I do. It’s so-so. I’m a bit disappointed with it.