30 Tasting Notes
Somehow, not as good as the first cup of this I’ve ever had. Kind of disappointed about that, but it was still okay.
Fresh leaves and back to perfection.
Don’t worry, I still love this tea! However, this cup was a second infusion of the first leaves I had today. They didn’t hold up to a second steeping, sadly. Oh, well! Live and learn!
I received a gift today from Jess of nerditea.com, and this was in it! This tea is delectable. I’m a huge fan of Sleepytime Tea from Celestial Seasoning, and tea is very similar. Not an exact match, but I actually think I like this more. Very soothing and refreshing, it feels like I’m slipping into a dream with each sip. Even better with a small amount of honey.
Along with chamomile (which I am all out of – sob), peppermint is my favorite tea to drink before bed. Helps me wind down from a busy day and gets me in the mindset for a trip to dreamland.
No where near as good as Adagio’s Earl Grey Bravo, but still rather tasty. I’m running low on EGB, so this is a nice substitute. :)
Heiße Liebe means “Hot Love” in German. This tea’s description is “Früchtetee mit Himbeer-Vanille Aroma” which means “Fruit tea with raspberry and vanilla flavor.”
The vanilla flavor is very subtle, and compliments the sweet, intense flavor of raspberry. Sweet enough on its own, this tea needs no sweeteners at all. Very, very soothing. I’m enjoying it a lot.
Another German tea. The description reads:
“Rotbushteemischung mit Orangen-Zimt-Marzipan-Aroma.”
This roughly translates to “Red bush tea mixed with orange, cinnamon, and marzipan flavor.”
It is delightful!
Peppermint + Honey = YES PLEASE.
This is a German bagged tea my best friend gave me. I’m not sure what’s in it, but it is delicious. Easily one of my new top favorites. I’ll be paying her to ship me boxes of it from Germany when she goes back.