I’m at a friends place so this won’t be a long note. This darn keyboard is wonky and keeps eating my words. It’s been interesting typing to say the least.
Now this tea… I like it. Do I love it? I don’t know!! I need to play around with the parameters. It’s really tasty.
The floral part is pretty mild and almost marshmallow like. It also reminds me of chamomile, in that soft light way. Dancing on my tongue like little clouds that disappear into thin air and beckon for me to have another sip. Second steep was had without milk and it was creamy despite that! wow.
This is a rather different experience to what I expected. It tastes more like a darjeeling(yes it is black but I consider it a class on its own, being rather unique in profile) or flowery oolong. Lovely! and odd all at once
A delicate blend of Ceylon and Darjeeling teas paired with organic Osmanthus to create an aromatic and sweet cup that is both flowery and uplifting. The Osmanthus flowers are from an evergreen type shrub that is often used to scent teas. The flowers are relatively small in size, and impart an apricot or subtle peach flavor. The Osmanthus shrub grows mainly in southern China and Taiwan. The blossoms are also known to help aid digestion.
Ingredients: Black Tea, Organic Black Tea, and Organic Osmanthus Petals.