Not sure why, but this was slightly less “oily” this time around. Excellent as usual!
31 Tasting Notes
Although I always steep my teas with boiling water, I tried this with slightly cooler water. It wasn’t strong enough for my at 6 minutes, so I ended up closer to 10. I would stick with boiling water!
My mom brought this home for me in the spring, and I must say, I’m extremely impressed! It smells almost too sweet at first, but it definitely mellows out. Being that it is ice creamy, milk works really well in this tea. I find I usually don’t have to add any sugar at all, it’s sweet enough on it’s own.
Glitter and Gold is another one of my daily teas. It’s sweet enough that nothing has to be added, and I like the fact that my tea is a little bit sparkly! I suppose you could add milk but I don’t know if that would downplay the sparkle factor. It’s an excellent cinnamon tea!
I was a little hesitant when I first smelt the tea, but once it was steeped, it was fantastic! It is a natural pumpkin taste, which is a great change from starbucks flavouring. I find it best with a little bit of sugar and a few drops of milk (though the milk isn’t by any means necessary). Great fall tea!
I love this tea, David’s has done an excellent job with this one! It smells a tad sweet but once steeped is perfect. It’s quite mellow, but still perks you up!
This is my staple tea, I have a cup every day! It’s like a London Fog without the extra sugar, and is a great alternative to standard Earl Grey