58 Tasting Notes
This is a very nice, dark oolong. It has a pleasant astringency and is amber/red in color.
There are little chocolate chips in this blend, along with marigold petals and apricot flavoring. This tea seems to get bitter really fast. Boiling water + 1 minute and it’s got a bite. I’ll have to try a lower temperature.
Add milk and honey and this is a real treat. It calms the bitterness and brings out the sweetness of the tea.
Very nice blend of fruits and white tea. Even overbrewed, it’s pretty good but bitter. (I tried this at a restaurant and they overbrewed it… but what’s new?)
One of my favorite blends for breakfast. Very toasty and warming.
I love the way this tea smells and people comment whenever they pass my desk that “something smells good!” All the flavors blend together really well.
One of my favorite teas. Smooth, milky and buttery with an almost savory quality. Good for 3-4 infusions (which is great because I now want to drink 3-4 cups per night). Steep for 3 min @ 180F.
Very good with honey. I don’t know if that’s a pu-erh no-no though. :>