19 Tasting Notes
This one is not one I will say that is my favorite. I am not a real fan of black tea either, but all tea is equal and deserve to be drank. So here I go in my cup of description. Bigelow tea is what is in break rooms at, but yet we do not have a lot of verity either. I decided to try this one instead of drinking my green tea. Hmmm . . . raspberry it should taste good!
The black tea leaves came through strong of the stale taste of raspberry. Yes, the raspberry flavor was we week. I had to dress the cup with sugar to make bearable for me sip (not drink).
Her is a cup the greets me every morning of a sore throat at work. I grab a cup of this and open the bag as my nostrils are lifted with lemon. I drink this warm (not hot for the my already hurts, LOL). Honestly I am not a fan of lemon, but enjoyed this cup a lot. To me it held a little sweet taste to it too.
I mainly drink this one at work. With lemon that is a plus? Opening the bag you can smell the lemon in the tea bag. Yet after stepping it that is a different type of tea all together. It taste no more or better then the Green Tea that Bigelow makes. It says lemon on the packet, but yet I taste no lemon. So if I can smell it but not taste, then my question is where did it go?
This one my daughter and I loved. It is like having a granny apple on a warm summers day. When opening the container to pouring in the cup. The aroma filled the kitchen of apples. I was blown away on the size of apple pieces that was in the tea. Yes, my first time having loose tea.
The liquors sent and color was pleasing to me. I tossed it around a little as if to taste wine. Seeing its hue clasp within its self and relieving more of its bountiful notes. It taste like a warm cup of apple juice, but with out the sweetness. It held the a bit bitterness that green apple hold within its savoring juices.
It makes me picture the orchards of yesterday. Making homemade applesauce with Mom. Just slipping away into memories of before.