2271 Tasting Notes
This was definitely the better of my two morning teas…by far. For one thing, it’s not curdled so that’s an infinite step up. However, even if that weren’t the case this tea is just always a pleasant cup. It’s rich like a black tea but has some awesome flavor notes most typically found in white teas (hay immediately comes to mind but there are others in their for sure).
My tea twin Roswell Strange is really trying to get me into pu’erh I noticed. She is trying sneaky ways to entice me, like sending me this adorable heart (which my mom thought was hash so…). I couldn’t resist this so I brewed it up and it’s actually not that bad. It’s not going to be my new love or anything but it’s not as dirty as pu’erh usually is for me. It is more mushroomy but that’s balanced slightly by the florals. It’s nicely balanced and a fun tea but I’m glad it’s just the one cup. Thanks Roswell Strange!!
Apparently I never added this to my cupboard which means I don’t get the satisfaction of taking it out of my cupboard but this is a Sipdown of my sample, courtesy of Roswell Strange. I am getting pineapple for sure but it’s candied pineapple which is not as satisfying as the actual fruit. It’s actually not bad but I doubt I will miss this now that it’s gone.
Thank you Roswell Strange for the share as this is one I would not have picked out for myself and I think I would have missed out. This is really a nice tea. The acai is really pronounced though more than a juicy drink, it is coming off sweeter and more jam-like. The base also adds some sweet honey notes which adds to the jam effect. It really is quite nice. I would consider picking up more of this if placing an order.