13 Tasting Notes
Yum! Quite strongly scented, but less intense flavour. You can certainly taste the crumble topping and strawberry, though I could use a little more rhubarb.
The only downside to this tea? I can’t get more!
I’m not a big fan of green tea or mint, but this is quite good. The flavouring isn’t too strong – I was worried the mint would overpower everything else, but it doesn’t. It’s good, but I’m not sure I’d buy more since I really do prefer black tea.
Tasty tea – heavy on the coffee and chocolate flavors, plus earthy tea. Much preferable to plain Pu-erh, in my opinion. Makes for a really dark tea as well – looks almost like coffee, even when steeped for only a few minutes.
Too strange not to try! The flavor is surprisingly accurate, with no one aspect overpowering the others. Except for the butter – that’s not really present, that I noticed.
It even holds up quite well to a second steeping as well. The flavors were a little bit less strong, but still quite tasty.
Very good earl grey – not too bergamonty, so you can taste the tea underneath. The only dowside in my mind is that it is quite easy to oversteep. It goes from delicious to over-astringent in about 3 seconds. Three and a half minutes is about as long as I can let it steep before it becomes undrinkable.
Delicious tea – lemon and jasmine. I didn’t think they’d work together, but they do.
Tasty genmai cha, one of my favourites. The best part – it’s inexpensive, but tastes as good as the more expensive ones I’ve tried.