599 Tasting Notes
Sample sipdown! Thanks again to Emelie even though I don’t think she’s active on here anymore
This is so delicious. I like the tiny tang of cheesecake.
I really have to start adding my samples to my cupboard because this way, I have no idea how many teas I have…..lol or maybe I shouldn’t because then the number of teas I have would skyrocket!
Thank you to Lala and also to Laurent and Sophie for these samples. Unfortunately, this is just too smoky for me. This is certainly a good tea though. No rating because that just wouldn’t be fair to the tea.
Shoot, I didn’t even put this in my cupboard so I don’t even have the satisfaction of removing it!
Anyway, I added a tiny bit of vanilla creamer. It was delicious.
I had this today to compare to the white peony. Both delicious. Wonderful as a light afternoon tea
Sample sipdown! Thanks again to Angel at Teavivre for this sample. I really enjoy this tea. The nutty and hay notes are most prominent.
I did a comparison to the silver needle and found them very different. My tastes have changed so much. I used to think all white tea tasted the same but now I can definitely tell the difference.
This is a really old sample from Emilie, but it definitely still tastes delicious. I really like this one and I wish that I would have ordered it when it was reblended. Creamy blueberry with a little bit of tang and a subtle baked goods note.
I still have enough for one more cup!
This week, I have decided that I only going to drink samples! I still have so many samples, and there is more on the way, so I better start sipping them down!
Thankyou to Sophie and Laurent for this free sample!
This is a lovely refreshing citrusy tea. I find that this tea is mosstly just citrus rather than individual citrus fruits, but it is very good.
I have some chilling in the fridge to see how that tastes as well.
This is really good and refreshing, I don’t like it hot, but iced, it’s delicious. Mango, citrus, chamomile, and vanilla notes (in that order). I wasn’t expecting to like this one that much, but it is really decent.
I don’t think it is quite as good as Butiki’s version though.
Mmm it’s a pumpkin chai sort of day. A little chilly and overcast. It feels like fall. So I made a pumpkin chai latte with some 2% milk and a tiny bit of brown sugar. It was amazing
I used the recommended amount of 4 tsp and it was a little strong. I think that brewing a shorter time might not make it quite as tart either with all that roselle.
I find that orange and apple are the most prominent with currant in the background. A little too tart. A tsp of sugar helps it out a bit.
I think I will stick with the blueberry fruit tea, I enjoy it much better.