361 Tasting Notes
Had this after dinner tonight. The it’s like an Andes mint in you cup. The aroma is fantastic. The chocolate is the first thing you taste and then whoa! Hello mint. You could. definitely use this tea to replace sweets. I like it. I steeped it a second time and added some Pu-Erh that I have. The chocomint flavor still was strong along with the Pu-Erh.
I am doing a lot backlogging today! HAPPY NEW YEAR :) My friends own a coffee shop and have the Harney bagged teas to offer and I’ve also had this in the royal palace sachets. I don’t excitedly reach for cinnamon but I like this tea. I have found that Harney & Sons have some great bagged teas when I hit a coffee shop and would rather go for tea than coffee. MMMMM Red Hots in a cup!
Hands down one of my favorite teas. The aroma is just out of this world!! You can smell hints of cocoa, vanilla and a little nuttiness too. I agree that it doesn’t taste like coffee nor will it kick my love of coffee :) I like how it gives you a good kick in the morning. On of my favorite ways to have this tea is half mate and half Dr. Tea’s Imperial Pu-Erh…..Dark, Smooth, and oh so delicious! Mix with the Pu-Erh you can get a couple good steepings before it taste like flavored hot water.
When I saw that Teavana had a new batch of blends I decided it’s time to go in and look for Christmas gifts ;) I picked up some the Thai tea and all I can tell you is this tea is fabulous! The aroma is fantastic, the flavor is great too. The anise star is not overpowering. I threw a dash of almond milk in it and reminded me of a wonderful Christmas tea. Well done Teavana! Definitely one of my new favs!