1118 Tasting Notes
This was my first Teavana experience, while I was at the West Edmonton mall for a girls trip! I mixed this with a little bit of white pearls because I still wanted just a tad bit of caffeine but not too much, so I guess this isn’t a very accurate note on this tea.
I thought this herbal was ok, a nice blend of spices, but still a little bit chocolate too for sweetness. I don’t think I would purchase it though.
This was a great cuppa to go on my shopping adventures!
Wow, the customer service when I ordered the cup was terrible. The girl was very monotone and not very helpful at all. She also didn’t even tell me that this had mate in it, even though I said I wanted an oolong that didn’t have a lot of caffeine……I was a little annoyed at that.
However, I did enjoy this oolong, and I enjoy it more now that I know what the ingredients actually are since she wouldn’t tell me. It was a little bit earthy, but I guess that was due to the mate. The chocolate was pretty muted, but still good. I wasn’t overly impressed though.
I got this as a cup to go, so I am not even sure if the salesgirl brewed it correctly or not.
I finally got a milk frother on my girls weekend to Edmonton, and I finally had a chance to use it tonight to make my dessert latte. I got it at Ikea so it was super cheap, and it was the first time in an Ikea….what a crazy store!
Anyway, this was a good latte tonight, I got the proportion of tea to milk just right!
I really enjoyed this lovely black tea. It is creamy and I really enjoy it with a couple of little bits of crystal sugar. The pumpkin is possibly a little more subtle than I would like, but it was delicious and warming on this crazy cold day.
I will likely order more of this in the fall!
This was the first tea of my girls trip to Edmonton without the baby! How exciting for me!
I found that the coconut provided a nice smoothness to this tea. I did add a tiny splash of milk, I felt that it was just one of those mornings. The chai spices weren’t super spicy, which I kind of actually liked.
This is a sad sipdown because I will miss this tea. I love to make this as a latte with a tiny bit of cocoa added. I find that I always “need” more chocolate. My treat! Because I needed a hot treat on this super cold day!
I drank this while watching the gold medal game and it was so exciting that Canada won!!!!
Thanks to KallieBoo! for this sample. I am glad I got to try it!
I can’t find it on their website, but some people have listed ingredients in their tasting notes. As soon as I saw rose, that’s all I have in my mind, because as much as I love floral teas, I am not a fan of rose or lavender. So I pretty much just tasted rose. But I did get notes of vanilla and almond.