197 Tasting Notes
I made this by the cold brew in the ’fridge method and I love it. The pineapple stays true, it is a very pretty pale green and the berry and lemon come out as nice additions.
Oh well, this was not to my taste at all. Tasted more like cherry tobacco than strawberry tea. I think the dried strawberries are the problem – they have such a different flavor. Also the recommended 4 minutes is too long to brew it. it was better with less tea at 3 minutes, but still not very good
This really comes into its own as an ice tea – all the flavors come out and it is very refreshing. Much better than it was hot! I did a cold brew for 6 hrs in the fridge
Yumm, Yumm, very very nice tea, with an almost sweet finish and a nicefull body, with indeed, molasses or caamelized sugar overtones, not heavy , but full and rich.
Essentially tasteless and it’s no good as ice tea, either.
I love this stuff and I think it is the BEST Lapsang Souchong. However, it makes lousy ice tea, so don’t try it that way
Made this as a cold brew ice tea. Very, very nice, with the tiniest touch of lemon.
I really like this. Delicate coconut flavor that is mildly sweet without sugariness. Milk goes nicely, didn’t like it with lime or sugar. Coconut comes out more as it cools. Tea base was very fresh and good quality
A very nice tea for breakfast. Strong but smooth, very good for the type.
Minty, lemony, abit of cinnamon and clove? or maybe a bit medicinal? Light and refreshing hot, awful cold, no flavor.