120 Tasting Notes
Turns out it is good for breakfast as stated…whole wheat tortilla, some scrambled eggs, cheese and salsa. Not exactly the tradtional “English Breakfast” but works for me.
I love the depth of flavor this tea has, the aftertaste stays then draws you back to the cup for more…I am noticing that in the teas I like, almost magical.
Not just for breakfast is so true!
Waiting for winter weather with an old friend. Decided
to add some milk…yum pretty much covers it. Dark and rich too.
Started the day here, tradition, history, culture, and a near perfect mix of spices.
I have loved this tea for years…
Light, fragrant, hard to decide whether to enjoy the aroma or the taste…ok, both. Every sip reminds me of my favorite Vietnamese establishment and the frequent pairing with bun. I am getting hungry as a matter of fact!
After the more intense blacks so far today, this is light, delicate, and almost fragile in comparison. What a contrast!
I love this tea, actually drink it often even though I have not logged. I love the aftertaste, it lingers long after a sip goes down. The finish of this and Darjeeling are close. I was somewhat surprised to see that this is no longer offered in England. I still have so much to learn about tea!
mmmm …deep, full, flavor…they say the best..it is very good for sure.
Starting out the work day, it just seems right to start green then move into the black zone as the day goes on…wonder if I am the only one who thinks this way…for some it may be the other way around…or no black at all…
It is not just for Christmas, I love the flavors, like a Chai lite…
Good way to start the morning…wondering about making the leap to loose tea, how different it will be. I like a little flavoring in my green, next to Jasmine, Raspberry is my favorite.