8 Tasting Notes
Enjoyed a cup of Earl Grey this afternoon. I like to keep the tea ball in the cup as I drink it so that by the time I get to the bottom of the cup the tea is especially bitter. Brings back memories of 8 AM chemistry lectures.
This tea is yummmmmy. It’s different from other spiced rooibos teas, and I like this version better. It tastes a little more down to earth than say good earth, though both are good. Looking at the box, it looks like the ingredient labeled sweet piquante pepper flavor is the only major thing different. Mmmmmm, yummmmmmmy. =]
Found this while trying to find something with caffeine in my friend’s suite. I half remember drinking this when I was little, but I don’t remember how I drank it. Anyway, Darjeeling is a nice light tea, definitely not a heavy breakfast tea. I might want to get a box for myself to replace my Bigelow English Teatime.
This tea has a really good flavor, but be warned because Good Earth blends in lemon grass and other herbal ingredients into this tea flavor besides vanilla and white tea. Definitely one of my favorite teas so far.
Enjoying another cup of Good Earth Sweet & Spicy Red Tea. Good stuff!
This tea has good flavor, but it’s not very strong. I like to drink it in the evening.
Tried some Sweet & Spicy Red Tea this morning. I’m usually not a fan of herbal teas, but this tea has a good flavor. The cinnamon flavor really helps warm you up on a cold morning and the aroma is absolutely amazing. The only issue I have with this tea is that it’s a little too sweet for my tastes (I rarely add sugar to my teas).
This morning I added a little milk to my tea as it was steeping. I love the somewhat bitter taste of Earl Grey.