85 Tasting Notes
One of 3 samples in my David’s Tea order! Hubbsy is drinking it now. I nerded out and did proper water temp, measured with a spoon and timed it too. Nerd-sy. Amber colored, and very lavender-y. He says: “nice blend of several different flavors, pleasant aftertaste.” Even though initially saying he would buy it, when I told him this cost 32.5¢ per cup and his favorite blueberry cost less at 17.5¢ he said he would rather have the blueberry. I personally don’t like the taste, so even though I did sip it, I’m not interested in it at all too lavendar-y.
I’ve been enjoying this nightly for a while now while I wait for my Davids Tea order to come in. Its probably my favorite grocery store herbal – not that I’ve tried a lot. And I’m drinking it without sugar! See how I can be a grown up! pats myself on the head If Davids Tea doesn’t pan out, I will buy this one again.
This is my husbands tea. I’m usually not a fan of the smell. But I’m going in… I’m a little worried though because I take my tea with milk. Although at the same time, I believe that many people have milk in their Earl, so we will see. Going in!
Okay, so not as bad as I thought. It has a pleasant smell. But its kind of empty on taste, compared to English Breakfast. I guess I’m missing that malty-ness. With a big slurp I get the lemon, and I’m just not a fan of the floral-y Bergamot.
If I was handed this tea, I’d drink it fine, but I would be wishing it was a different tea.