9 Tasting Notes
A lovely earl grey tea, sweetened with sugar. Faint flavor/scent of lavender on initial steeping.
Astringent flavor without a sweetener, but once I added some turbinado – a fruity taste is evident. Definitely a good way to start a purposeful day.
If I’m feeling under the weather, I sip on TJ’s Pomegranate White Tea. Great with honey, although if you’re looking for a good white tea, this may not be it.
I enjoy this with chocolate digestives or Marie biscuits – both soften well on dunking!
I drank this and wish I hadn’t! Stash, despite hailing from Portland OR, somehow falls short in quality and flavour. It’s hard to go wrong with black tea, but they really do.
A fragrant tea that I enjoy with toast and lemon curd or marmalade. A great afternoon tea, or just for a comforting tea break anytime. Refreshing. I don’t know of another brand that does this tea either.
A decent tea, not as strong as I would like my English Breakfast.
Based on a tea recipe David acquired from the previous caretaker of Bahji, we blend 1 part Earl Grey, 1 part Darjeeling with 2 parts Ceylon, for pilgrim’s tea as it was served for many years to those who visited the Shrine of Baha’u’llah (www.bahai.org) near Akko, Israel.
My morning tea, with turbinado sugar and some half and half (milk/cream).