201 Tasting Notes
Again, another tea that’s a bit to expensive for my tastes. The coconut and caramel taste is a bit of a weird one to me, so I don’t like this as much as most other people appear to. I think I like my coconut flavours blended with fruit above all else. The cup of this I had a while back was good, but I don’t think I’ll go for it again on my own.
One of the first teas by DT I ever had! It’s been a while since I’ve had this one, but I do enjoy the fruit notes that this one has – I’m a sucker for anything that has peach as an ingredient. I remember the first and second steepings being so much better than a third, so I think just two goes it all that I can get out of this one.
I think I need to either use fewer leaves with one, or steep less because my first sample of this was oh my god potent. More rooibos than blueberry, and that is not a good thing in my book. Next time I make this I’ll rate it again and see if the flavour improves – I hope it does, because I was excited to see a blueberry flavour.
Again, another expensive blend that I won’t be getting a lot of. I’m kind of ‘meh’ on straight oolongs, but I’m realising that you get what you pay for and this one is delicious. Definitely a higher quality than what I’m used to – sadly my wallet cannot made the jump, LOL. I added a little bit of milk to this one on my first couple of steepings, but maybe next time I’ll just have it plain.
Very light, very sweet, very jasmine-y and very expensive, LOL. I only have this because I used some of my free tea allowance from the Frequent Steeper program because that is the only way I am ever going to be able to afford any substantial amount of this. This is one of the best jasmine greens I’ve ever had, but due to the price, it’s sadly one I cannot keep a large stash of.