7 Tasting Notes
Very fragrant to the nose. Tastes more like I put a piece of fragrant soap in my mouth in all honesty. I walked around trying to think of what it tasted like and that’s what came to mind. I’m going to add some honey to it and see what my palate says ….
It smells like a hay field, but it has a smooth taste that seems to come out more for me with a little Agave. I really liked this tea.
When I first steeped this tea I thought I would be turned off by a very bitter strong flavor cause of how dark it was. This is a very dark tea with the aroma of dirt when you first smell it in the canister, but in the cup it has a smooth sweet flavor that’s very pleasant!
I can’t say I dislike this tea. I accidentally over steeped the tea, but from the other reviews it seems like the suggestion. I thought it to be an alright tea although very subtle.
I enjoyed the minty-ness of this tea and the feeling it gives on the back-end. It’s a great tea, but can be a little overpowering. I get a weird flavor in the midst of the mint flavor, but haven’t yet pin-pointed it.
I enjoyed this tea! The smell reminds me of a field of freshly cut alfalfa and if I were to give that a flavor I would say it’s spot on. It doesn’t have a bold flavor and is fairly smooth on the back end (wine speakery). After a few sips I gave it a bit of agave for some sweetness, since I have that kind of tooth, but enjoyed it that much more …
This tea has a very earthy flavor. Definitely makes me feel like I ate some hay with the horses. I think it would be a lot better with a bit of honey or agave as a sweetener. The bold back end is a bit too much for me but can’t say I hate it.