1195 Tasting Notes
Trying this western style~
This has a really unique fruity sweetness to it, now that I see the description on here it is SO totally banana.
Mostly though it is sweet and vegetal, I said green beans before but it’s more like some other fresh bean…soy? Maybe. Just a bit of a mineral note in there too.
Now I just need to try it properly in a gaiwan since I see last time I used the shaker that is supposed to act like one but really is the saddest thing I ever bought.
I was told to try this with 1/2 tsp of leaf and steeped for 7 minutes.
Had to try it! It is pretty light, but it’s suuuuuuuper sweet, like honey water or something. It cooled a bit and started to have this end note of spearmint.
Prefer it in the gaiwan though, that avocado taste is the best thing ever.
writing the first note on this…huh
I’ve had this a couple times now, iced, but today I was curious to see how it’d be hot. It’s not bad at all, I might actually like it better this way.
This is strongly citrusy, mostly lime, and then there’s hints of pineapple. It’s got the right amount of mint. Only thing I don’t like is that it seems oddly thick.
It’s just a bummer it’s soooo expensive because I like it way better than the other mojito tea I have, which I believe is also a white tea.
Too much tripel…there is such a thing.
Stomach hurts. Head’s ok. STOMACH HURTS (but that’s also thanks to other monthly events thanks so much body! u rule) and I am so thankful for Reasoned_Melody sending me some of this.
It is pretty bitter but a cup of this and a great big nap later, all I’ve got is a giant headache and I know that’s just from being dehydrated. YAY.
I’d like to try Detox now too I think, sounds more up my alley.
On the plus side I bet the bitter orange peel taste goes away if you sweeten it a little but I just wanted to stop being nauseous so badly. And it’s not like some other ~medicinal types where it tastes like a spice cabinet.
Welp, officially I have had enough peach tea for now.
I was really excited for this one. It smells great, it looks pretty.
I don’t really care for this…I far preferred black tea Momo. It started out great, but as it cooled it just became far too subtle. I mean like barely that cool, it started to just taste like pouchong. Nothing wrong with pouchong but it’s not juicy peaches.
I have higher hopes for Momoko being more to my liking.
I have no idea why I keep drinking peach things. Maybe I really want peaches? But that’s not a problem, I have a freezer full of them!
This is pretty tasty, I think it’s perfectly sweet enough without adding anything. It’s a pretty light flavor, which you’d kind of expect with an oolong like this…it blends SO PERFECTLY in with the floral notes of the oolong.
I still am not sure what type of tea I find goes with peach best for me. This is better than a roasted oolong, for sure, but still not sure. I am going to try the Lupicia momo oolong next and see if that changes my mind.
For some reason I decided it’d be a good idea to buy 4 oz of this tea. The problem is that it has two very edible ingredients: popcorn and maple syrup bits that melt in your mouth. My boyfriend practically had to take the bag away while I’m eating the syrup bits like candy.
This tastes a lot more like a cinnamon kettle corn that it tastes like anything maple syrupy. Still tasty, but the cinnamon is just a bit too strong, and I could do without the popcorn. Next time I’ll try a cup without any popcorn and see.
Or I could add more maple syrup.
Let’s see how this goes…Lupicia did not impress me with the Happy Bags although the other teas people have swapped with me have been grand. When I have money and far less tea, I would like to buy a lot with them…but first they must pass the peach test.
Momo drinking Momo. Hahahaha. I gave myself the name Momo on here because 1. I am in the Peach State 2. I used to love the manga Peach Girl and 3. Momo is an Italian racing company, and they have these amazing blue seats I want in my car so badly even though that’s a silly thing to do with my car.
One of these days though I’m gonna switch it back to Amanda. I’ll keep the Bruno avatar though.
This is pretty good. I don’t think a black base is my favorite choice for a peach tea though. It’s just a little too heavy.
The peach though is most excellent. Definitely one of the best, most realistic peach flavors I’ve ever had in a tea. And when it cooled off entirely it was even better, like a fresh peach in June!
I know I have the momo oolong somewhere and then the entire tin of Momoko from the bag (as well as a sample from darby) so I will see how those do and then I will dream of the day I can make that big order. Hey, it could be only a year away.
Oh ESP Emporium, your pictures are always so pretty but your teas never actually look that way.
This is another one of those teas that just smells like a cocktail. Not really grape juice to me at all, more like some fruity sort of drink where you question the actual fruit juice involved.
It definitely did not smell like something I wanted hot, so I figured I’d have it iced with lunch.
Now that it’s steeped, it reminds me of sparkling white grape juice. Not bad, pretty refreshing.
I am kind of meh about flavored white teas now that I think about it. They are great for iced tea of course, and I won’t have a problem finishing this one that way, but I far prefer the flavors of straight white tea if I’m gonna drink a white tea hot.
Thank you Chuckieroy!
Hot, this is a lot like the Strawberry Pie honeybush, but toned down a lot. And instead of it being dominantly strawberry, there’s just a little rhubarb tartness to it.
I let it cool off and I love it sooooo much more! Seriously just like Strawberry Pie with super juicy strawberry flavor, but now I can DEFINITELY taste the rhubarb! I was just thinking about teas that I like better around room temperature and I think I found one. I’ll have to give it a try cold too.