150 Tasting Notes
Disappointment. I bought this thinking it would be like other fruity green teas of this brand, but it is terrible. The name was alluring and the description promising. I don’t know why it doesn’t suit my taste. I’m on the verge of throwing it in the compost bin.
It looks light but the taste is plentyful. It’s somewhat sweet and malty. Reminds me of darjeeling somehow.
The taste is rather unique. It’s hart to put a finger on it.
I really like Gyokuro. I’m not sure if it’s worth the ridiculous price but with a gift certificate or sale I’ll certainly buy more.
I had to buy a new batch from my local tea shop. Still loving this green tea.
Smells like warm milk. I wasn’t very happy with it since I never drink milk let alone warm milk. The taste however is mellow and pleasing. I liked more of Teekauppa.fi’s Milky oolong because it was less milky and reminded me of vanilla. But it might have been less fresh and therefore the milkyness might have been less prominent.
Mild and very pleasing Bancha
I went and bought this after tasting it at my knitting group. I was suprised how well spices go with green tea. I tend to like more unflavored teas, but this is great. Spices remind me of christmas but I’ll try and not to associate this tea with it.
I have already drank one package and after a break I just had to buy a new one. This is one of my favorite flavoured black teas. I like it’s fruityness. It doesn’t go bitter too easily and it’s not very strong.
I drank two large cups of this during knitting group meeting at my LYS (local yarn store) and I fell in love with it. Next time I’m in town I’ll have to go buy this. It’s very good, interesting and appropriately spicy.