38 Tasting Notes
Another sample from my cousin, who works at Elmwood Inn. Thanks to her, I won’t be running out of tea for a long, long time. XD Made 16oz of this with 2 teaspoons of the loose tea, a little bit of whole milk, and a tablespoon of honey in the rough. The taste was strong, but not overpoweringly so. There was definitely a lot of variety in the spices, and every sip tasted different. It’s naturally sweet, making it a great desert tea.
Had some after dinner to help with digestion. As always, it was soothing and delicious.
My boyfriend made me some of this to fight away afternoon grogginess. It perked me up almost immediately. Placebo effect? Probably, but this is still good tea.
Reminds me why I normally don’t like unflavored green tea. Too vegetative and grassy for me. It tasted funny with milk.
Picked up one of these iced because of Starbucks’ free coffee giveaway. Normally I don’t spend so much money on something I could probably make at home, but I love chai and was having a craving. The tea is very strong, even with the milk. It was gone in minutes.
My fellow tea-enthusiast cousin works at Elmwood Inn, and generously sent me a bunch of free samples. This one is the first I have tried, and it is delicious! The cherry and floral flavors balance each other out without hiding the taste of the delicious green tea. I will definitely be purchasing more of this.
Mixed this with Rishi’s Peach Blossom for some delicious iced tea. The flavors really complimented each other, making a refreshing, fruity, healthy cold drink. Strawberry Lemonade is much better when blended with something else.
Mixed this with Teavana’s Strawberry Lemonade for some delicious iced tea. The flavors really complimented each other, making a refreshing, fruity, healthy cold drink. Strawberry Lemonade is much better when blended with something else.
I’ve taken to drinking this nearly every day now. It’s very soothing and really helps with my tummy problems, and I never get sick of the taste. Easily my favorite herbal tisane.