I stumbled upon this leaf and once I saw the companies name I knew I had to try it. I love the inspirations behind each of these blends. This one in particular was unique from the others I have tried from this company. The dry leaf consists of small dark knots of black tea and herbs dotted throughout. I brewed a generous amount in my press. The brewed liquor carried a refreshing minty aroma. The taste was a sour lemon. I sat out on my porch watching the puddles form and sipped this herbal brew. This liquor carried a smooth body of lemon and mint and had a light undertone of BBQ. The best part was after every sip there would be a sharp tangy sweetness balanced at the tip of my tongue. I really liked this brew but by the second steeping it had faded. This was a great tea, and I assume it was better fresh. I believe this to be another success from this company, although not as good as its other counterparts.
Flavors: Lemon, Smoke, Smooth, Spearmint, Sweet, Tangy