Didn’t really like this one, I thought it had a very strange aftertaste and it was bitter even if brewed with water under the boiling point.
“So this tea has an average rating of 60. Wow. I don't know that I've seen a DAVIDsTEA collectively that unpopular - maybe Aloha Pu-erh? Anyway, I bought this on a whim/moment of weakness, and...” Read full tasting note
“It is with great excitement I announce I made a good cup of iced Kokomo green! I say "with great excitement" because I was really kicking myself for buying this after two first disastrous...” Read full tasting note
“This tea is the reason why I've had the Beach Boys stuck in my head for days. Thanks a lot! I cold steeped the whole 10g and I was unimpressed. The flavours were meh. The only note reaching out to...” Read full tasting note
“I love multi coloured teas, they are so nice to look at. They say that the first bite is with the eye and based on that belief this is very aesthetically pleasing. It has a very sweet pineapple and...” Read full tasting note
Ooh we wanna take ya
Want to get away from it all? Somewhere exotic, perhaps? Try heading for a little place called Kokomo, where the sun is always hot and the drinks are always ice cold. Where fresh green tea mingles with the fruity, tropical flavours of pineapple, mango and papaya. A place where every aroma is intoxicating and every sip ends in a smile. Yes, this magical place really exists…and we’ve got your first class ticket right here. Down in Kokomo, you’ll be falling in love.
Ingredients: Green tea, papaya, mango, pineapple, rose petals, marigold petals, cornflower petals.
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GreenHiggins & Burke
I’m not a tea connoisseur by any means, but I gather this tea is more suited for sweetening in an ice tea, or enhanced with some honey to balance the taste with the aroma. The smell is sweet in itself, infused with scents of pineapples and mango. Its not exactly what I’d go for to start my day, but it has potential.
I bought this tea yesterday because it smelled so compelling in the can. Such a strong sweet smell can only mean good things right?
However, I’m almost fairly certain I burnt the tea a wee bit because I didn’t wait long enough to let it cool to 93C before pouring it over the tea. It’s still really good and has a lovely taste, but it’s got that burnt taste in the background just ruining everything