223 Tasting Notes
OK, so this is my second log and my third try of drinking this tea. Its the first time i steeped it for 2-3 minutes as it says on the box. Well first time i didn’t forget about the tea bag ;)
Smell – at first even the teabag itself smelled bit nasty to me. Now the smell suits me way better. I guess I’m associating it with the taste. It ain’t about the smell tho.
Color – its nice – like deep yellow (yellow with a pinch of orange) and clear.
Taste – mmm way milder than the first 2 tries. Makes sense… Its way better too. I mean i liked it before too, more with every try but this shorter steep makes me feel the aromas way better. I put just a bit of sugar in it so its soothingly sweet at first. Somehow calming. Then the herb aroma fills my mouth and nose. Beautifull. Then i get the pinch of peppery feeling somewhere in the back of my mouth, mostly on the mouth wall and slightly on my tongue. Im guessing thats from ginger. The aromas stick with me for a while.
Actually when i think of it I’m really loving this tea – its very relaxing with a pinch of something more to it. And very herbal – very tea like ;) Good rating again. I’ll come back to it when i know more about other teas and try different brands. So far it makes me wanna continue drinking tea.
Its the first unordinary tea I ever bought out of curiosity. Ginseng sounded quite exotic.
I love to drink it in the evening. Its fruity taste takes care of my thirst very fast and keeps it that way for a longer time. I like it even cold. Just a little bit of sugar or homemade honey makes it better than most juices.
The taste of ginseng and the aroma and feeling that sticks in my mouth was very strange to me at first (never bad). After like 10 teabags I’m starting to love it. Smells nice too.
Its getting a good score from me (a bigtime tea amateur).
Btw love the package and the fact that each teabag is sealed so it doesn’t wind out.