22 Tasting Notes
Rich, toasty coconut flavor. A sweet treat with a little sugar.
A very spicy, peppery ginger, slighly mellowed by its fruity notes. I added one cube of sugar, hoping to bring out the sweetness of the peach and apricot a bit more.
If I didn’t know better I’d swear there was chocolate in this tea. Rich and delicious and not the least bit bitter. Definitely a new favorite.
A very delicate flavor that encouraged me to pay careful attention to every sip. Very enjoyable and relaxing after a long day!
Delightful melding of rose and tea.
As a child of the 80s, I would like to note that these tea bags smell exactly like Purplesaurus Rex Kool-Aid. Accordingly, I sweetened it with sugar and served it over ice, and it is quite tasty.
If English Breakfast is your basic black, this is your little black dress. The swanky bag is about as close as you can physically get to loose tea.
The description of this tea sounds so appealing. Sadly, it seems to taste like vomit.
I tried adding honey. It tasted like I had vomited up honey.
I tried it a second time, in case I had been on crack the first time. I may well have been, but that didn’t account for the vomit factor.
Perhaps this is because I have not yet reached enlightenment.
Tart and spicy is a surprising combination, but rather nice.
My roommate loves this stuff and brews it by the vatful. It is certainly very distinctive: sort of like walking through an old-growth forest and burying your nose deep in the rich loam. (At least, what I imagine this would be like. I have never actually done this.) Sometimes I like it plain, more often I add honey to mine. Surprisingly good iced as well.