355 Tasting Notes
I was worried about blending these two, not because they don’t make sense together, but they both have that yucky Adagio black tea base. Luckily the sweetness they both bring covers it up a bit. The caramel stands out more, but the cream kicks in for a smooth and sweet finish. Will blend these again. Exactly what I was in the mood for.
The end of my sample from the lovely jennlea; I’ll definitely buy a larger size of this someday. I typically loathe rooibos, but you really can’t taste much rooibos at all in this. It just tastes like sweet, juicy, tart blueberries.
Creamy, silky, sweet, and delicious.
Perfect for a Saturday morning; see past tasting notes.
Man, this tea smells SO. GOOD. Still tasting that sort of marzipan-like flavor.
I’m kind of confused by all of the terrible reviews on this; I quite like it. Then again, I love anything sour, but I don’t find this to be overwhelmingly sour. There’s a slight hint of sweet cherry (not the medicinal kind) and then the sourness dances on the tongue and down the throat.
I taste more green tea in this than I do black.
One cup left in my sample. Good roasty, toasty way to start my day.
Not extremely nuanced, but the chamomile is better than expected for bagged, and you can taste the touch of honey and apples. Had to throw out my box after this pot, though – it technically expired in December..