35 Tasting Notes
too much honey flavor.
so, obviously, I have a propensity for spiking my tea in the evenings (it’s cold in montana. rum is nice when it is cold). I’ve had this tea plain and it is fine. But, my dear tea friends, here is a great trick: brew two bags, add a touch of agave and a drop of vanilla, and a shot of dark rum. hello wonderful winter drink.
wonderful. the peachiness is just right, blended behind the tea leaves. truly lovely.
hello added flavors. organic is no excuse for too much. I don’t like when the actual plant material, be it tea leaf or herb, is completely masked by added flavors, and this one is a classic example of it. I taste the flavors of honey, lemon and chamomile, not the actual honey, chamomile or lemon. Does that make sense?
lesson learned. if i want caramely goodness, have caramel. nice enough.
love, love, love. local missoula business. best chai around. add cream and agave.
delish. perfect for 15 degree weather and a car that is buried in snow…
lovely. a bit tart, gorgeous color, great flavor. it is snowing outside, NPR is asking for money (rightly so) and this cup is perfect. thanks art of tea!