30 Tasting Notes
Wow! This was my first time trying genmaicha, what an interesting tea! It tastes so earthy and nutty. I can definitely see this as a mealtime tea.
This was my first chai, and I was really impressed! It was pretty spicy, but it wasn’t overwhelming. I really like the added coconut as well. Definitely recommend!
SO GOOD. It smells just like honey. Once steeped, it has a natural sweet taste to it. One of my all time favourites.
Yum! So minty and delicious. I can’t tell if it actually makes me sleepy, but it certainly does not have the opposite effect. It smells just like it tastes, minty and relaxing.
Not a fan, at all. I only tried it hot (not a big fan of iced tea), and I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’re a hardcore fruit tea lover. Wayyy to fruity and almost acidic tasting.
So good! I oversteeped it the first time, so it was quite bitter, but the next few times were delicious! I’m not a fan of fruity teas, but tea had the perfect balance of fruit and earl grey.
This is a really interesting tea, and it’s very calming. I was looking for a tea containing ginger because I get nauseous quite often, and this certainly does the trick. I can really taste the ginger and spices, which some people may not like. The loose tea itself is beautiful, I love the roses :)
AMAZING. It smells like sunscreen (in a good way) and the taste is just wonderful. I find it to be quite mild, the lavender isn’t too overwhelming. I always hated coconut until I tried this tea. One of my all time favourites.
I adore this tea. It’s wonderfully minty and spicy, and with the peppermint and ginger I feel like it would be a great digestive tea.
I’m really not a fan of this one. For some reason, the taste and smell once it is steeped reminds me of olives. I can’t get past that.