1581 Tasting Notes
Sipdown! After all this time, I don’t think I have ever tried cold brewing this until this week. WOW! It is nice, sweet, and fruity! The flavors really stand out when cold-brewed. Great tea and its also refreshing! I bought this time and time again, but this time I think I won’t be purchasing this again. I have too many teas
_ and I prefer cold brewed fruit herbal blends.
This is PERFECT.
It is 60 degrees out. It is finally warm out, and tonight is my last night of night shift (perhaps EVER!!!). I am so excited to go to work and get this night done. My husband came back from visiting his family yesterday, so I was and still am so happy that he is back. I missed him so much. So, a lot of good things going on so far.
I brewed this up, and my husband left a package for me on the table. It was the Traveling Tea Box B!!! So excited! I took pictures right away, so I should have them posted up very soon.
Anyhow, this tea is perfect for today. I love coconut and I love oolong. This stuff is real. The bottom of my mug was a little bitter, but the beginning was delicious. I will try to brew this cold next time.
I love Assam and Ceylon teas so naturally this one was a winner for me! I love the packaging. The small painter’s tin is original. When I opened the tin, it was a no-brainer that this one was a nice smelling Ceylon. It smelled malty and warm with fruitiness to it.
The brew was a nice dark amber. This is a bold tea that can be tampered with to make it more or less bold. Upon my first sip, it wasn’t very bitter, but I wanted some milk with my tea. I’ve been drinking cups of milk these days! I can taste the bread-y, malt flavors with fruit undertones. It makes me happy to sip this cup! The milk didn’t really bring out any flavors but it did make it less bitter. Good tea overall! Now I am off to do my night shift!