72 Tasting Notes
I really enjoy this one. It takes like birthday cake with vanilla, caramel, and real sprinkles in the tea. A good one when you want a black for the caffeine but not for the taste.
I am secure enough in my manhood to say that I love this tea. It seriously tastes like a chocolate-covered strawberry, but the balance of the flavor is just right so that it doesn’t overpower the tea. A good one when you need a treat, either at the start of a work week or the end of a tough day.
The thing I love most about this tea is the vanilla flavor—it tastes so fresh and natural. A good “cold day” tea.
Not a very exciting tea by any means. It’s a mellow one, with a fair amount of grassiness. Not a bad tea, but not a great one.
Never been a fan of unflavored black teas in general, but this one is not as sharp or “edgy” as most blacks that I’ve had. It’s a solid tea… malty, a little bit of smoke (not too much—I don’t really like smoke) with a malty, almost floral finish.
I drink it plain right when I get in to work or in the afternoons when I need a little somethin’ somethin’ to help me finish the day.
I like this tea because it’s the best of all worlds: refreshing, rich and calming. Good any time of the day, but I particularly like it in the afternoon.
Delicate, sweet, floral. Very nice cup. Be sure to steep at the proper temperature so you don’t burn it, use a bit more leaves than your usual teaspoon per cup, and steep for seven minutes.
Love this one… The sweetness of the mango really takes the edge off the black tea. Do not oversteep, otherwise it gets too bitter. Great mango taste—you can tell it’s mango and not just “some tropical or citrus fruit.”