253 Tasting Notes
The smell is a blend of sweet citrus and lightly nutty, with the combination of almonds and pistachios, and a subtle spice.
The taste mirrors the aroma exactly, giving off a delectable quality blend mixed with light white tea.
I added half a teaspoon to compliment the sweet citrus.
I am not quite sure about this one.
Right away, this has a very strong floral aroma mixed with chai accents, which is quite overwhelming as you are sipping it.
It is a very light flavor that starts subtly, but explodes once it passes your tongue, not too spicy with a slight nutty taste.
I can see this as a nice nooner tea, it does not overwhelm with taste, and it does taste pretty good.
This has quickly become my favorite morning tea.
Very buttery, lightly sweet, and extremely dreamy; a perfect description would be like drinking a delicious cookie.
Because of the quality of the blend, you can’t really taste the black tea over the almond flavor, which I add just under a teaspoon of rock sugar to maintain sweetness.
I like oolong; before really getting into chai, oolong was my tea of choice.
This tea is quite strange, as I was expecting a different kind of sweet with the typical oolong earthy undertone.
What I got was more of a green tea flowery taste, coupled with the slight sweetness of fruit and roses.
The tea is very light and bright, which would require more sweetener than usual.