1576 Tasting Notes
I used up the last bit of this tea. I love the name of it. I bumped up the rating just because it is so delicious without any additives. It is floral, slightly fruity, and sweet and perhaps a tiny bit grassy in taste. So good and so smooth! It isn’t bitter at all.
Delicious! I received this during one of the tea exchanges. Now I’m all done with this. I’m a little sad to see it go. I love silver needle teas. It is so airy, light, and floral. This one has such a nice scent to it too. IMO, this is a good silver needle. Pretty basic and similar to all the other silver needles I have tried. A staple for sure!
I tried this tea several times and didn’t rate it. I wasn’t on this site as often as I used to be.
This one smells exactly like maple syrup. It is a strong and sweet smell. Reminds me of pancakes. This is perfect for the mornings. The taste is sweet and mild. It is a good tea overall, but I got a strange starch-like taste in the back of my mouth… almost like cardboard. But it was great with sugar and milk. I didn’t taste that strange taste after adding those.
I drank Earl Grey this morning. It was cool out and this called for it! :) I wanted to try the Lavender Honey my mother gave me. WOW delicious! This tea didn’t need honey at all since it didn’t get bitter, and it was a nice mild, rounded taste. But the added honey was delicious! It added a slight lavender taste to the earl grey!
I finally got around to this herbal tea! It smelled divine! The shells were slightly crushed up! I absolutely love chocolate, so this was a nice treat. It smelled like chocolate. It brewed up a light caramel brown color. The taste was a very watered down hot chocolate. Still good though! I didn’t add any sugar or milk to it, and it was still pretty tasty. I imagine adding sugar and milk may enhance it. I will try it that way next time :)