818 Tasting Notes
I love coconut, and this tea definitely has some notes of coconut. It is very complex, with notes of vanilla, banana, floral, and a tiny hint of citrus. Rose isn’t my favourite flavour in teas though, so I kind of had that taste in the back of my mind the whole time. I think if I could get this tea without the rose, it would be amazing. I do really enjoy this tea though. I will be tying it chilled tomorrow as well.
The aroma of plum is floating around my kitchen, and it is lovely.
The taste is plum in the forefront, with brandy in the background. The cheesecake is in the aftertaste, but I don’t get that distinct “tang” that cheesecake makes me think of. I get more of a general creaminess.
This is delicious, so warming and it tastes like fall.
I am getting more burnt sugar than caramel for some reason, but it is so good. I find the apple to be subtle. In the background, there is floral and pear notes. This is a pretty complex tea with a few different layers.
This order is shaping up to be amazing!!
I cold brewed this for about 8 hours overnight.
This is delicious! This is even better than I was imagining it to be. It is of course lemon, but it is soft and smooth, not sour like lemons usually are. I am definitely getting a bit of nutty, buttery pastry. YUM!
I will also have to try this a hot brew!
I made some rhubarb muffins with rhubarb from my garden, so this seemed to be a good pairing for my snack. I was completely right because this was delicious together.
This tea isn’t sweet at all, it is a little creamy, and maybe a little bit malty? I don’t know, I am not even sure how to describe it.