29 Tasting Notes
For a non-chai drinker, this tea was purchased largely for my steeping mug when I wanted to carry tea to a meeting without a teapot and the associated mess. It serves that purposes especially well as you can sweeten it to taste and it does not taste foul after steeping for a while. An almost floral smell, it has a bit of bite but pleasant tasting overall.
Admittedly a bit vegetal, it’s a clean tea that won’t make much of a mess. It goes down easy and doesn’t smell too bad. It’s worth having in your collection, but not a tea I’d drink all of the time.
You can steep this tea a ton of times, it goes down extremely smooth and doesn’t overpower. In contrast to a normal darjeeling, it doesn’t have much bite. Smells nice. Pricey tea worth trying though.
Easily one of my favorite tea blends. The cinnamon doesn’t overpower, the dried orange slices add a delicious touch to the green tea. A great summer tea which goes well with any meal. Smells as good as it tastes.
It’s got a strong taste to it. Perfect for blending with milk if you’re into that (I’m not) and even with it out it, a nice breakfast tea or something to drink in the winter. Naturally sweet without being too overpowering. A nice gateway tea for recent loose-leaf converts.