197 Tasting Notes
I didn’t get any rose petals in my small sample, but I do like this tea. It is both sweet and tangy, with a pronounced grapiness as it cools. Nice floral overtones. Really nice tea
Organic and they contribute to cancer research and wellness clinics from the sale of this tea. Sadly it wasn’t that great – sort of tasted like an over-roasted oolong or had some woodiness to it. MUCH improved with the addition of milk, which rounded it out and made it sweeter.
I don’t know if my taste buds are still screwed up or I brewed it too long, but this tasted like tomato soup to me. I will certainly give it some more tries as Arya and Thunderbolt caryy good stuff
Very mild, I prefer spicier, but so very pleasant and ideal for nights
This is such a pretty green tea – great long wiry twisted leaves and buds of green and white, with a bit of tan. Totally unlike an Asian green – at least in my limited experience. Very delicate, a little floral, a little sweet, a little mild nut. Very very nice tea
I know I just commented, but I made my husband a pot of this this morning and he, who refuses to get too excited about tea, especially nuances, absolutely loved it!
A beautiful tea, almost midnight blue and organic. Very pleasant, almost sweet
really nice yunnan, smooth , with a bit of pepper, just enough to give it some spark.
This is a tea made for milk, it is quantifiably better with than without. There is a definite tomato taste and scent, in the very nicest of ways and I think I caught a whiff of mint. Very, very nice tea.
My favorite of the Lapsangs’s because the base tea is so good and it is very nicely balanced Simply the best of them all.