6769 Tasting Notes
This smells unlike any white tea or ANY tea I have ever sniffed for that matter…it’s VERY different and I like different! This smells savory and food-like…gourmet, but also raisin, of course, and gentle floral and white tea. There is a beautiful wine-like aroma to it too! Nice!
The taste is soothing and a calming hint of juicy-goodness! It does linger a subtle raisin flavor. This is pretty creative! I’m glad Shanti took a chance with it! It’s a goody!
I’ve been forgetting to review this one! I’ve already kicked back over a gallon of this by myself! It’s a great iced tea with subtle mint! Completely refreshing! Handy as it’s from concentrate! I made up another gallon last night! Very tasty stand-alone or with meals. What a way to beat the summer heat
You know when you go to Folk Art Fairs and you smell dried fruits and spices in potpourri…that’s what this smells like! Very nice…very home-E. The ingredients go well with the Rooibos here. I can first taste the cherries and cinnamon/stick as well as a hint of vanilla and sugar. I can also pick up on subtle hints of pineapple, mango, and anise. The after taste is sugary-fruity-sweet. This is tasty!
I’ve been ‘sitting’ on this one for a while…not literally! LOL
I was holding off because of the chamomile, I suppose…but…I ended up really liking this one! I like it a bit better luke-warm or cool or even cold than hot…I think. I can taste the apple and mango in harmony with the chamomile and it’s nice! I like the subtle fruit with the herbal/flower…and I am beginning to appreciate the apple/chamomile a bit more…my last few have been nice including this combo of flavors! I like the change-up with the mango, specifically, in this one!