197 Tasting Notes
Amazing! I am not a Pu-erh person, as this is only my third try. I really liked this – very smooth, very pleasant, with a nice bit of orange. Earthy like the good clean dirt of a forest fllor. May be a hint of pine.
It’s ok, not worth the hype
A specially made tea for my sister-in-laws birthday. Lots of tropical fruits, a tiny hint of mint. Sweet and fruity and altogether an excellent blend, except for the hibiscus which gave the liquor an odd color.
So different from the Irish, subtler, sweeter, but excellent.
Best Irish Breakfast I’ve had. Full of fruit and no tannin. Strong, but not overwhelming.
Well, I guess I get to be the poop again. I thought this was wonderful Jasmine and the second infusion better than the first.
Now I see where the Earl goes when he’s not at home in other teas! Too Much bergamot, unable to be tamed by either milk or sugar. You need to go back to your other homes!
Sadly, i don’t know what brand this is, but I got it in Philly"s Chinatown from a merchant who was very annoyed that I asked for it. it tastes just like the stuff at my favorite Thai restaurant in Norristown, PA. Is it really tea? Who knows. Who cares. It is fun to drink but I would never put it in any serious contention for good tea. Let the good times roll!
This is bagged tea, made for the Chinese market, and hard to find, even in Asian markets. It is vastly different from either Lipton’s American or Lipton’s Indian black teas. It is much gentler and very good, especially for a bagged tea. I liked it so much I will look for it everychance I get. My tea swap pal says her family hoards it when they find it.
Oh bliss, this is such a lovely delicate tea, makes me feel quite Continental