14 Tasting Notes
This tea just fantastic. When you open up the tin and smell it, it smells exactly like an orange creamcicle. The best part is that it tastes exactly how it smells. It has a very subtle sweetness to it and a really lovely creamy orange taste. If you ask me this tea is perfect for after dinner or just before bed. It’s not overly fruity so if you’re not fond of fruit teas you’ll probably still love this tea.
This is almost a kind of tea royalty. There are actually silver and gold sugar crystals that dissolve when you brew it and add a gorgeous shimmer that swirls around your cup. The cinnamon smell and taste make this perfect for curling up on the couch with. It reminds me of dark cabins in the winter and fireplaces and the best quilt you’ve ever owned. Like it says in the description, it’s basically magic.
The light peach flavouring in this is just lovely. The first time I steeped this I did it for a bit too long and it gave off a slightly bitter taste, but still not over powering. It’s a tea I imagine would taste amazing both hot and iced. It’s such a light, summery feeling tea. Just fantastic.
Being very picky with the kind of Chai I like, I’m quite fond of this one. It’s lovely when steeped for a longer amount of time and with a bit of milk. Normally I like my chai to be quite spicy and strong so that the milk doesn’t bring down the taste, but I found this one to be really quite lovely and perfect for early afternoon.