176 Tasting Notes
Another work tea for today, one I shared with my coworker again. It’s too earthy for her, but earthy is what I really love about this stuff~ EARTHY AND SMOOTH!
This was my work tea yesterday, I shared some with my coworker as well and she commented on how great it smells too! I seriously would make potpourri out of this stuff.
I MADE THE MISTAKE OF NOT STEEPING THIS LONG ENOUGH… which is a rare problem for me usually I always forget about it until 10 minutes later. So it was kind of underwhelming this time. BUT I KNOW IT’S A GOOD TEA I’ll just remember to steep longer next time HAHA.
I GAVE THIS TEA ANOTHER TRY. The chocolate smell was very off-putting the first time I had it and I think I may have steeped it too long too, but this time around… NOT SO BAD! I like hazelnut and this has a lot of that. I think I’ll actually raise the rating on it now, it’s not bad at all!
So this tea re-steeps better than I expected it to! Though I guess I shouldn’t be surprised seeing as the flavor is so strong. STILL DEFINITELY ONE OF MY FAVORITE TEAS!
One downside I will give this tea is that if I have a large glass of it and don’t steep it forever it’s almost TOO light. But usually if I have boiling water and I wait it out it’s poifect.
Having this tea has definitely inspired me to get more ASSAM TEAS wow what a lovely tea.
Still having trouble getting this one right AGH! I really love the taste either way but a true fusion of green and lemon grass is hard to achieve.
YOU KNOW, THIS WOULD GO REALLY WELL WITH CUPCAKES!
DEFINITELY like this as a latte more. I MEAN, by itself it’s a fine strawberry tea, but it’s not much more than that. The milk is what really brings out the vanilla flavor I was looking for.