740 Tasting Notes
This was actually pretty good. For some reason, I had some idea that I wasn’t going to like this one.
As others have mentioned, it is not great warm, but I wasn’t really expecting it to because who drinks warm root beer anyway?
I thought it was smooth, the black base came through. And I thought it was sweet enough to be good
I ordered this awhile ago, but just getting around to trying it now. I love these honeybush blends from 52teas.
This one is no exception, creamy, sweet, with lots of coconut. I only get a tiny bit of tangy cheesecake in the aftertaste, but I am thinking it might come out a little more with a longer steep, I will have to try that next time.
I gotta try this as a cold brew too! Now, if only it would warm up around here so I felt like drinking cold tea.
What the heck, I swear I have reviewed this one before. And considering that my bag is almost gone, I have definitely drank it quite a few times. Oh well.
I love mint, so I figured I would like this one. I mostly get apple notes with mint coming to the forefront. It seems an odd combination to add coconut, but it actually works here. The creamy coconut is in the background, but it is definitely there. Delicious! Hopefully I can pick up some more before it disappears.
Aroma is very creamy vanilla
1st steep: creamy, vanilla with floral notes. Nice and smooth green oolong. I wasn’t expecting to like this blend this much. It caught me off guard a little bit. Very relaxing and it feels like you are indulging in a sweet treat!
2nd steep: 5minutes. Still creamy and dreamy, just slightly lighter tasting.
Backlogging from yesterday.
This short steep time is definitely the way to go. I didn’t get any bitterness this time, and the creamy taste comes through more.
The water was boiled and then I got distracted, so it had a little bit of time to cool, so that probably helped too.
Yum, I might have to order this on my next 52teas order. Increasing the rating