2699 Tasting Notes
So my tea twin often talks about having matcha shaken in Milk To Go. I decided to try it out. I went to Dollarama and though I couldn’t find vanilla, I did find strawberry and decided to go with that, especially because I thought it would pair great with this matcha. I was right. It is a sweet strawberry banana smoothie and it is great. Thank you Roswell Strange for the idea.
So as a staples employee, working tonight was like working on Christmas, as in it aways crazy busy. When I finally got home, I decided to make a cup of tea and before even deciding what to make, I set it to boil because I knew I felt like having black tea. Anyways, as the kettle heated, I noticed a package on the table from my awesome tea twin and inside was this tea. Immediately, I made my decision and oh what a right decision it turned out to be.
The scent of this brewed cup is sort of buttery but the taste is coconutty pineapple deliciousness. It’s creamy and sweet from the coconut with an amazing pineapple tang to curb the sweetness from becoming cloying. It is really hitting the spot as many Camellia Sinensis teas tend to do so thank you Roswell Strange for this awesome midnight treat!
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Thank you Memily for sharing! This tea smells amazing. Alas, there is something a touch off in the taste. I get a bit of chocolate and a fair amount of apple but there is one prominent note that I am not loving yet I can’t quite place it. Weirdly enough, for a tea called “Rose” this isn’t an overly floral tea which is good. All in all its alright but not something I would seek out. However, I think it could be nice iced so I will definitely have to try it that way next.
So this blend is basically 95% cinnamon chips and 5% rooibos and that certainly comes through in flavor. It is one giant cup is sweet cinnamon water. I can see how they approached the concept of a snickerdoodle with this tea though for me, using their recommended steeping parameters, it is a bit of a miss as the whole tea is just a little cloyingly monotonous. Perhaps altering how I brew it may help tone down some sweetness…