294 Tasting Notes
This is absolutely my favourite tea. I’m not sure exactly which berry comes out at the front. The berry flavour is certainly there and comes out ahead of the white tea. It’s slightly sweet yet slightly tart from the berries. I find icing this tea completely changes the flavour into something I’m not too fond of.
This was the very first loose leaf chai I had tasted and originally I loved it. Now after trying a few I realize there are better (for me) chais out there. This chai definetly delivers on the spice, oh so much spice, especially ginger (which I am not crazy about). Overall a great chai. I’ve just discovered I prefer my chais with a little something more.
I have tried a few “pumpkin” flavoured teas, all others have been lacking that actual pumpkin pie taste I have been after. Except this one. The pumpkin flavour & pumpkin pie spices emmerge beautifully here. It’s almost as satisfying as eating an actual slice of pumpkin pie (I would know, pumpkin pie is by far my fav dessert). Add a little bit of cream (which I never do with tea) & this tea tastes like you added whipped cream to your slice of pie! YUMMERS!
There isn’t much of a licorice taste to this tea, but somehow everything still works together to create a delicious blend. A slightly sweet taste add to the spices in this tea. Similar to a chai, but without the caffeine in black tea. The rooibos isn’t very noticeable which is great for me (not a big fan of rooibos).
Thanks to TeaVivre for the generous sample.
By far this has been the best blueberry tea I have tasted. I don’t buy blueberries from anywhere in the world as nothing compares to Northern Ontario blueberries. I have to say this tea as an iced tea delivers almost the same Northern Ontario blueberry flavor. So devine. Must get more.