3 Tasting Notes

91

I was so excited to get this tea! I had read reviews before that warn against eating right before drinking this tea. Dear people on Steepster. DO NOT DRINK THIS TEA AFTER EATING. I was snacking a little bit while my tea was steeping and once it cooled I took a sip.

The taste is nice, not too strong, but nice for a detox tea. But I was down to my last sip and my stomach felt like it did a somersault. I ran to the bathroom, and sure enough my snacking came back up. I was burping like crazy for the next hour.

I feel much better now, and enjoy drinking the tea, but DO NOT EAT BEFORE DRINKING.

I feel cleansed and ready to jump back into my busy life after stuffing my face.

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100

This tea is the perfect example of a good quality loose-leaf tea. It has everything I look for in a tea and it tastes great!

The leaves are medium to large in size. It’s a blended tea with yellow, blue, brown, and black colors. I can see tippy, buds, and the leaves crunch between my fingers-indicating a good quality tea.

The liquor (Infusion) is a bright jewel-like colour. While looking at the brewed tea leaves, i noticed that there are no longer blue flowers in it, and the coconut has turned almost white. The twigs expanded into big leaves.

Head Notes: Black tea leaves.
Body Notes: coconut
Tail Notes: butterscotch

When drinking this this tea, it is like a rich broth and it creates a puckery sensation on the tongue. This tea is so amazing. I will definitely be buying this again!

Flavors: Coconut, Vanilla

Preparation
5 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 15 OZ / 443 ML

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74

Overall this is a good quality tea and is works well for curving cravings for sweets. The chocolate tastes artificial and when I was drinking it, I could taste and feel the wax from the chocolate.

This is only the second loose-leaf tea that I have ever bought and the first in multiple years.

Leaves: A mixture of small and medium sized pieces, no full leaves. The blend’s scent has a note of chocolate and coffee, but once it was brewed the peppermint took control.

The liquor/infusion is a deep reddish-brown. The brewed tea looks a but oily, especially the longer it sits.

Head Notes: Sweet, gentle, smooth
Body Notes: Tastes like artificial chocolate, nice dessert flavor, peppermint undertone.
Tail Notes: The aftertaste is a dull peppermint with a slight hint of chocolate.

The tea has a creamy coating, after drinking the tea my mouth felt slightly dry, but also refreshed.

I should note that the strong, sweet smell and taste gave me a headache and made me nauseas. I do not plan on drinking this tea again, but I think that others will really enjoy it.

Flavors: Chocolate

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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