336 Tasting Notes
A sample from the lovely Courtney.
I feel terrible that it took me this long to try this tea. I usually shy away from straight teas, preferring blends, but I really like this one. It reminds me of the tea they serve in Chinese restaurants but richer and completely lacking in astringency. Bonus, this was the perfect accompianment to some blueberry white chocolate oatmeal cookies (had after shoveling snow, so the calories don’t count, right?).
I really enjoyed this and may have to seek out some unflavored oolongs in the future. Thank you, Courtney!
It’s been freezing here and I was in the mood for something hot – enter this tea. I made it with some milk and sugar and it was fantastic. I got lots of chocolate flavor. It was kind of thin because this is tea and not hot chocolate, but still very satisfying.
I love this tea. After so many “meh – it’s fine” teas, it was so nice to drink something that I thoroughly enjoyed. Too bad it’s discontinued.
This was very thick and sweet and a lot of the nut flavor came through for me. I was going to describe it as a cake or muffin, but I see “cookie” in the flavors list, which is also accurate. I don’t know. It’s just … Happy. Like comfort food dessert but in tea form. I want more of this…
But, if it does have Macadamia nuts, I might be in luck with the unopened Mulberry Magic in my cupboard. It feels good to be excited about tea again.
Flavors: Cookie, Nuts, Thick
Sipdown! But since I forgot to add this to my cupboard, I haven’t actually decreased my numbers any.
I like this. It’s got a lot of cinnamon and undefined spiciness but its not overwhelming. I might be tempted by this again as it made a nice, forgiving work tea. Plus, it smells like a cinnamon cookie and who doesn’t love that?