36 Tasting Notes
Can I just say that I LOVE the flavour of Assam?
I’m a bit of a “straight up” person when it comes to tea, but this one I’ll add about half a pack of cane sugar to (I know, living on the edge here). The flavours come together with the perfect amount of sweetness and the creaminess is definitely there. I love this tea in the morning because of the wake-me-up factor. And I really appreciate the simplicity of this tea in that it doesn’t have a lot of things added to it and yet it is so delicious.
It tastes exactly like it smells: amazingly-fruity-flowery-deliciousness.
I love this tea in the evenings because I find it relaxes me and has the right amount of sweetness to give me that perfect end to my day. The flavour of the honeybush mixes well with the papaya and the aroma of the tea is very inviting, something to curl up with for sure.
This is the only tea I have from Teaopia, as I don’t really like Teaopia, but this was one I HAD to go back and buy more of because I liked it that much.
Tried it in store and loved the flavour. The pear was so light and refreshing. I was already planning on buying a bunch of other blends so this one didn’t make the cut, but sometime soon I’ll have to buy a small bag.
My first mate. I used to really like this tea. I recently had it again and now it’s turned into a “meh” kind of tea.
I was a bit disappointed by my first few cups of this tea. It was not banana bread. But then I realized what my problem was: not enough bits of banana and nuts were going into my cup. Problem solved. Not really following the bunny connection though…