Yup! Yup! Yup! More tea please! MORE!!!!! Helps me write…helps me write…jitters…perhaps I should start in with the matcha! LOL
One last cuppa before sending the rest to WONKS :)
“Yup! Yup! Yup! More tea please! MORE!!!!! Helps me write...helps me write...jitters...perhaps I should start in with the matcha! LOL One last cuppa before sending the rest to WONKS :)” Read full tasting note
“*Thank you LiberTEAS for this great sample!* These dark and full leaves produce a very nice cup of tea! Smooth, slightly creamy and even a touch of roasted nuts. This tea is definitely on...” Read full tasting note
“I got this from *LiberTEAS* in a nice box of tea goodies! Thank you so much! I really quite enjoy this one! It has a peachy element to it! And I do love peach! Fruity and a good evening...” Read full tasting note
“I just tore into this wonderful little drink a moment age.Dry leaf smell made me hungry. I'm not proficient in cooking spices to recognise what it was; a sweet minty smell. Red brown color. Wet...” Read full tasting note
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Thank you LiberTEAS for this great sample!
These dark and full leaves produce a very nice cup of tea!
Smooth, slightly creamy and even a touch of roasted nuts. This tea is definitely on the lighter side, which is a great alternative to a bolder and more astringent breakfast tea. I find this tea could be enjoyed throughout the day, because of it’s more mellow tone.
I just tore into this wonderful little drink a moment age.Dry leaf smell made me hungry. I’m not proficient in cooking spices to recognise what it was; a sweet minty smell. Red brown color. Wet leaves didn’t unfurl much,stemmy with pieces.First drink caught me off gaurd, so smooth yet rich. The maltiness, which reminded me of red wine, stood out.A wisp of smoke was present along woth a minty sweet/sour I felt in my outer jaws.Full body yet light and airy. I went ahead and steeped a second time and was glad I did. It may have lost too much for some of the more experienced drinkers, but you will hear no complaints from me. The malt eroded away to even sweeter notes. Something else about this drink; it’s very thirst quenching-no astringency. I have to agree with a post I saw (spoiler) from TeaEqualsBliss where she said it was ‘juicey’. Thanks Pureleaf for this one. I only wish I had enough to drink it all day. That’s OK, it’s going on my wish list. Yummy for my tummy.
Tune-Chris Cornell/Can’t Change Me(french),Two Drink Minimum,When I’m Down
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I needed this tea right now. I came home damp and exhausted and this tea does have a certain brightness and cheer to it that it is quickly returning me to a state of alertness and removing my headache.
I found this at a Portuguese grocer ( where I also got new seals for my cafetiera, yay!). It seems that most of the local stores have this or the broken leaf variety. This particular batch was packaged at the end of November. This is my first taste of an Azores grown tea.
The leaf is long and wiry and loosely rolled, the dry leaf smells very fruity, and fresh. The scent reminds me a little of Sultanas. I probably used the normal 3g of tea but because it is so wiry I used closer to two TSP in the @11oz vessel I brewed it in. That would work put to about 1.5 TSP cup.
The brewed tea is a very clear copper colour, that smells slightly like sweet buns and fresh plums (almost heading to peaches) with cane sugar. There is a bright citrusy slightly floral note as well in the scent that did not translate into the flavour.
This tea has a good dose of caffeine ( this is very necessary right now!), and is brisk and light, while at the same time being very smooth and easy to drink. There is a slight astringency which adds a certain robustness and body to the tea and keeps it from being too light.
This is a fruity, sweet black tea with bready notes. The notes blend well in the flavour there is a bite of fresh ripe plum mixed with bready pastry notes, that finish with a very sweet honey note.
This is a really great every day tea when your looking for something bright and light. I’m so glad I picked this up today.