125 Tasting Notes
coconut! apple! banana!
that’s what this tea shouts as you sip, in that order specifically.
so tasty hot, can’t wait to try it iced with just a touch of agave!
really clear, sweet earthy green tea.
excellent multiple steeps
POW that’s ginger!
i can appreciate this bad boy for the herbal qualities, no caffeine to keep me awake when i have a sore throat! yay david!
luckily, i love ginger. if you don’t love ginger, don’t bother with this one. if you don’t MIND ginger, you will learn to love it ;) so cozy yet zingy, with just that hint of heat. awesome.
this one was a bit tart for me, but smells just lovely. the spices really round it out and, for me at least, make it more palatable.
if this didn’t have the green tea it would probably be my go-to night time herbal for the holidays.
a nice amount of that cinnamon heat, lovely on a chilly february afternoon!
the green tea is a perfect base for that hot, sweet flavour
i had a sample of this one a while ago, i thought i reviewed it but i guess not!
i just got another 100g in the mail today, does that say enough?
this is probably one of the most amazing teas i’ve had from David’s since Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble!
tastes JUST like a banana chocolate pie, so delicious.
i feel like i’ve already had something from David’s that’s very similar to this tea…
regardless, it’s a very nice blend. the big chunks of chocolate leave a nice warm aftertaste, and the coconut makes it really smooth. the black tea is a nice base and not strong at all.
another tea to brew in a bag and not a metal strainer, as the coconut oils and chocolate bits gummed up my favourite one (my fault!)
a really tasty treat :)
i was hoping for a nice big, bold BANG of ginger from this one, but it really fell flat.
not much flavour at all, really. just very light and unassuming. like it didn’t care at all.
hahah, i will try blending in a little Ginseng & Ginger from Silk Road, that might up the flavour a bit to more of what i was hoping for. we’ll see!