30 Tasting Notes
A fragrant, opulent tea that’s suitable for serving to company. A dear friend of mine brought this to me from Savannah, and I brewed every leaf.
I like it, but there are other fruit teas I’ve enjoyed more. I feel like the pomegranate overpowers the oolong just a bit. Harney & Sons remains my favorite tea blender, but I wouldn’t consider this to be among their best.
This is an assertive tea that’s perfect for taking the chill off a wintry evening. I find that a good white cheddar makes a nice accompaniment.
This blend can be a little overpowering. Be careful not to oversteep it. I prefer it with milk.
I’ve tried brewing this tea at various temperatures, and I never taste any pear notes; the only thing I’ve ever gotten is vanilla, and that note is fairly weak. Disappointingly woody tea.
I like this tea, but it’s a bit expensive, and there are other teas I’ve enjoyed just as much or more for less than half the cost. I probably would not buy this again. Very aromatic, though.
This tea is such a treat! The smell alone will warm you. Brewed, this tea is a cupful of rich, full coconut flavor. I add just a smidge of sugar and milk to feel like I’ve indulged in dessert.
A very soothing, pleasant tea. I plan to purchase some once I’ve run out of my current supply of chamomile, as I like this better.
This is my very favorite tea blend, ever. I always feel very civilized when drinking it, and it’s definitely the blend I pull out for company.