Thank you Dinosara for this yummy tea!
Its sort of chai like but berry too – very yummy and soothing after what has been a MEH day.
“Thank you *Dinosara* for this yummy tea! Its sort of chai like but berry too - very yummy and soothing after what has been a MEH day. ” Read full tasting note
“The weather is yucky and not very wintery, so I thought this autumnal tea might be appropriate today. I got this in a swap from *maisonlula*, and I am excited to try some more teas from this tea...” Read full tasting note
“So this tea reminds me of fall and what a wonderful treat for this cool autumn night :) enjoying it while watching a scary movie :) ” Read full tasting note
rasberries, elderberries, blackberries,
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The weather is yucky and not very wintery, so I thought this autumnal tea might be appropriate today. I got this in a swap from maisonlula, and I am excited to try some more teas from this tea shop, which I visited when I was in London last spring.
I’m not sure of everything that’s in this tea, but I think there may have been some aroma cross-contamination between it and some of the spicier teas also in the package. The steeped tea smells like a cinnamony, Christmasy spice tea, but that does not carry over to the taste. There I get some tart berry flavors and a smooth, heavy marzipanny almond that coats that mouth and takes over the aftertaste. It’s a little like Harney’s Boston if you added a variety of berries instead of just cranberry. There is a hint of spice in the taste that I’m not sure if it is intentional or not, but it’s not unpleasant. The black tea base isn’t as smooth or rich as the one Harney uses for Boston, but it’s not bitter and it doesn’t really impede my enjoyment. Overall a pretty tasty tea!