Brews a nice redish-pink. Not too sweet, flowery with a fairly strong strawberry finish.
“Brews a nice redish-pink. Not too sweet, flowery with a fairly strong strawberry finish.” Read full tasting note
“The 3rd and final bag from the best person in the world! The tea leaves (well, technically there are no leaves because it's a tisane) have a sweet sugary smell and it is visually stimulating as it...” Read full tasting note
strawberry and hibiscus make a sweet, sharp and enticing pairing that is both complimentary and antagonistic. the deep crimson color of the brew breathes romance. perfect on ice and with a shot of honey.
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The 3rd and final bag from the best person in the world! The tea leaves (well, technically there are no leaves because it’s a tisane) have a sweet sugary smell and it is visually stimulating as it looks like a bag of potpourri. I can smell the delicate fruitiness of the strawberries and the kick of the hibiscus but I can also detect/see the presence of orange peels and floral notes from the purple and red flakes of petals sprinkled in the mix.
The liquor is a great purplish red color, very vibrant and energetic. The aroma of the tea is not very desirable IMO. Its smell too closely resembles the smell of actual potpourri and I don’t like that association. I’ve never been a fan of potpourri, I guess it brings to mind ideas of emptiness and despair because I often encountered it in nursing homes. However, after giving the tea a taste I must say that I am pleasantly surprised. There isn’t much depth or variety to the flavor, but as the liquid passes through your mouth it leaves a wonderfully sweet and powerful taste on the back of your tongue. Super sweet so if you’re not a fan of the sweeter teas I would steer clear. Otherwise, give it a shot.