197 Tasting Notes
I just got some more in a tea swap. Oooh it is sooooooooooo good.
a lovely tea, great flavor, gorgeous orange red color. I may keep some in a jar for these ugly gray days! If I can stop drinking it. Be careful how long you brew it, I am going to try 2.5 min next
A really pleasant, sort of French seeming tea. Good for breakfast in the shadow of Notre Dame or a pleasant afternoon on the “Boule Miche”
All you wonderful Gyokuro fans who so kindly wrote about brewing this stuff. I tried, I really tried, I brewed it every which way and I still don’t like it. I am a big hater of fish and seaweedy stuff and there is just enough that I must sadly decline. It is an attractive tea and I leave it to you all with my best.
A blend of Darjeeling, Assam and Nilgiri. Not nearly as bold as many similar blends. A very nice tea for when you want a black but not too strong or too malty or too anything that English style blacks can be
You won’t find the comapny which sells this, as it is exclusive to Me. I am experimenting with adding rosemary to me tea, since I love it. It tastes just like…Rosemary. I have to use less, as it is VERY dominant.
Got this in a swap, not sure of the base tea, but this is very tasty, mild, pleasant, well balanced
cup of tea
Too chemical in the flavoring, not much ginger, needed too much sugar to bring out the peach
Excellant blend. No one element stands out. A really pleasant way to face getting out of a nice warm bed on a cold wet day. Very fresh base tea.
Very delicate in smell, sight and taste, but with a nice full mouth feel. I added about 2 drops of lemon juice and that brought out a bit more flavor in the nutty/floral department.