327 Tasting Notes

drank Opus Rouge Rooibos by Teavana
327 tasting notes

Red wine? At first I was like that’s ridiculous but then as I let it sit on my tongue a little longer I experienced that strange tartness you get from red wine… so maybe it’s not so ridiculous. However, the incredibly sweet undertones are too much for me. I also find the smell to be rather odd.

Flavors: Blueberry, Red Wine

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drank Karigane #22 by Tea Wing
327 tasting notes

Yay grassy!! I love grassy teas and this one is very grassy. Also taste the nori as described but I feel it smells more like nori then it tastes. I’m not getting a hazelnut finish. More like a marine flavor. Overall a good tea.

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I’m going to be fair and start off this review by saying not this really isn’t my cup of tea. I love green tea, in fact it’s my favorite, but for some reason I just can’t get a good taste for this one.I’m not getting that good grassy flavor that I get from any other green teas.I’m not really sure of how to explain what I’m tasting. I’ll try it again a couple of times and see how it tastes and maybe come back and edit this.


Did you do this one western or in a gaiwan?


Honestly I’m not sure. The package is only abput 5 tspb. Only has name of company and tea on it.

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Before I begin let me say I’m not a big fan of darjeeling. I’ve had a few I found quite nice but for the most part…. I’m just not a straight black tea gal. For some reason I’m tasting olives…Kinda bitter and… bitter fruit? Some what citursy and a slight toasty wqrmth.

What I’m trying to get at is that I think it’s …well it’s just not my cup of tea.

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Yet another tea tasted at the tea class. A clear amber color with slightly grass and fruity aroma. A bit malty and woodsy. I’m also sensing a bit of fruity undertones. Of course the grassyness is also there. I liked this one quite a bit more then I expected. Probably not one I would buy more then an ounce of though.

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Smells good. Kinda like the mulling spices used in apple cider. When things say spicy I think of jalapeños and chili powder, I tend to forget that cinnamon is also considered spicy. Especially to children. But this us truly a spicy white! It’s not spicy like your mouth is burning but you do get a little tingle on your tongue. There is a bit of a grassy flavor. It’s a good mix.


I don’t know whether it’s spice or spicy!! I have 2 packages, one says spice, the other says spicy and there’s nothing on their website..

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Sencha base? I’m fairly certain but kinda hard to tell with the rose petals in there. It’s a good cup but not quite as good as I was hoping. I’m kind of disappointed that there are no actual pomegranate pieces in here. Pomegranate is kind of pricey though I guess… I honestly think this should have been called rose petal green tea not pomegranate tea.

1 tsp

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I honestly thought I wasn’t going to like this tea. Most have too much mint flavor and I can’t handle that. But this is very light and refreshing. Even the aroma with it’s hay and mint is relaxing. While it’s not something I would buy for my cupboard it is something I may have if the opportunity arises like it did at this tea class. We also tried it with sugar like they do in Africa. Doesn’t change the flavor too much but the sweetness makes it interesting.

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Ah.. the ever famous dragonwell tea. This actually has quite an interesting background to it if you have time to look it up. The aroma is kinda noodly to me. Not sure why. Noodles with grass. Flavor is woodsy, earthy, and grassy. Too much earthy for a green tea for me to like. It’s a good tea, just not my cuppa. The after taste is also interesting. Light rice and bitter grass.

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Not leaving a rating because I know this one has to be better then I’m tasting. It’s good but I feel like its just a bit over steeped. Amazing how seconds can ruin a tea. Anyway, it has the lovely grassy scent. Flavor that is somewhat marine like and toasty but of course more grassy then anything else. My husband thinks it tastes like dirt. I know it’s a required taste.

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Where to being… well, I’ve been drinking jasmine tea for a long time. It still remains a favorite of mine but I’ve now added any more.

Green teas are my favorite. I like black tea but generally prefer it with something added. Whites are nice. Rooibos can be a hit or miss. (Golden Honeydew by Lupicia is the best). I don’t mind herbals but it really depends on the ingredients.





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