14 Tasting Notes
I love this tea so much. One of my favourite black teas ever. So rich and creamy. It’s suggested to drink with milk and sugar but I love it plain or with a high quality cream honey. The tea comes in cute little rolled-up balls and smells great. Don’t let it steep too long otherwise it’ll taste very bitter.
T is one of the best quality tea brands I’ve tasted. This is the best organic assam I’ve come by. Very full and flavourful.
Yummm… Tastes like autumn. Not so much like chai, but I love pumpkin pie so appreciated the subtle pumpkin flavour.
I love coconut, cardamom and other chai spices. A good tea if you have some high quality honey to add. Not sure if they’re still doing it, but in autumn one year, they were making chai lattes out of this one. It makes a pretty decent chai latte.
This one is pretty bad, unfortunately. Lots of cinnamon in this powdery black tea, little of anything else. I forced myself to drink it but ended up throwing it out in the end.
This is a fun, caffeine-free tea. Tastes and smells like fall. The smell is very distinct and brings back memories.
I can see why this tea is one of David’s bestsellers. It’s unique. I like the combination of cardamom, clove and other spices. I’m not huge on mint teas but this one I make an exception for.
The oolong base tastes pretty substandard in this one, and the vanilla smell really takes over. It’s an interesting flavour if you’re into flavoured teas. I’m not a huge fan but it’s drinkable.
Kenyan teas have an earthier taste to them than the same type of tea from Asia, and are more affordable. This white tea is a great introduction into white tea if you’re just trying to sample without paying the full white tea price tag. It’s a good one.
The first DavidsTea I ever bought. Smells wonderful. The aroma is pungent, like oranges and trees. Must be the schizandra berries and tangerine/citrus. Tastes pretty good too, but I like this one for inhaling while drinking. This one will always have a special place in my heart. One of my favourites.