7 Tasting Notes
I LOVE this tea. It is my favourite! The aroma is incredible! Nothing reminds me more of my childhood than the Oh Canada Tea! And the taste is just perfect! It makes me want to go to a sugar shack!
I wasn’t expecting much from this tea mostly because I am not a big lavender fan. The girl at David’s Tea convinced me that I would love it, so I bought it. First sip… not bad I must admit, even though it smells like lavender, it definitely takes more like coconut and boy do I love coconut! It is tasty!
Alright, I changed my mind. I decided to give Pink Flamingo another try… mostly because I was so enthused about it and very frustrated I found so bitter the first time I tried it. This time I tried to steep it less to see if that would do the trick… and well it did! It was delicious. It had a nice citrus-y, orange-y flavour to it that reminder me of summer under the palm trees. That’s it, I like it!
Not bad. I quite like the spicy flavour and the fact that there is no bitterness to it. It’s fun! I am not sure this is something I would drink every day though! I have yet to try it with milk.
I was very excited about this tea. I love the colour, the smell… everything about it. It came out so bitter though! I still haven’t figured out what I don’t like about it. I was almost upset I didn’t like it as much as I would have liked! I added sugar but it didn’t make much of a difference. Maybe if I just steep it less? I’ll have to try that.
I was expecting a bit more… even though I steeped it longer than I should have it still didn’t taste much like apples to me. It sure smelled great though which is a bonus. Not bad but not extraordinary either.