56 Tasting Notes
Aroma: Licorice, sweet, minty, refreshing
Liquor Color: Golden yellow
Liquor Flavor: Sweet licorice, peppermint, cinnamon
Notes: I feel like this is a tea you either love or hate. On that note, I LOVE it. The moment I took a sniff, I just knew it was going to be amazing. The cinnamon, peppermint and licorice all are perfectly blended. I love how the flavors change with one being more prominent and letting another flavor take over as you finish your sip. This was great for rebrewing. I had multiple cups and each time the flavor changed but still was as strong as the first. I regret only buying a sample size. Yum!
Flavors: Cinnamon, Licorice
Aroma: Mint, savory, buttery
Liquor Color: Deep straw
Liquor Flavor: Very savory, remind me of a soup broth, refreshing mint, buttery mouth feel, smooth
Notes: I can’t say I really liked this since it reminded me of soup. Not something that I reorder, but it’s something that I will finish. Maybe I’ll give it another shot and update my review.
Aroma: Refreshing, sweet cantaloupe, light
Liquor Color: Bright yellow
Liquor Flavor: Creamy mouth-feel, floral, sweet, melon, smooth
Notes: I have no words for how amazing this is. Tastes like a sweet fresh cantaloupe, so smooth, so wonderful. The smell is intoxicating. I could sit there and smell the leaves all day. Wow. Just… Wow.
Aroma: Banana, walnut, sweet
Liquor Color: Deep red
Liquor Flavor: Rick keemum base with a sweet but subtle banana flavor followed by a nutty walnut aftertaste
Notes: I wasn’t too sure about the keemum tea as a base, but all around it was pretty good! First sip, I didn’t really get the banana walnut notes but as my tea cooled they definitely got a little more prominent. Banana taste is very natural and blends really well with the keemum base. Great comfort tea!
Aroma: Sweet grass, vegetal
Liquor Color: Yellow-green, pale
Liquor Flavor: Savory, crisp, no bitterness, mineral, grassy but smooth
Notes: I haven’t had a Japanese green in a while but I enjoyed this one. I didn’t taste the pine or eucalyptus but I did get the mineral taste. It wasn’t bitter but crisp and grassy but not in a bad way. Really refreshing. Good morning tea.
Flavors: Grass, Mineral
Aroma: Roasted, malty, smokey, caramel
Liquor Color: Deep golden amber
Liquor Flavor: Malty with lingering roasted taste, rich, slight bitterness shined through with a hint of floral sweetness
Notes: I think I’ve decided I’m not really a fan of darker oolongs. This one was alright, it had a nice combination of flavors but I guess it’s not my type. It was well balanced, and the tasting notes matched what I tasted.
Flavors: Caramel, Roasted Barley, Wood
Aroma: Rich, deep roasted malt
Liquor Color: Burgundy red
Liquor Flavor: Rich, bit of astringency, light touch of honey sweetness balanced with roasted malt, flavors a little muted/blended together
Notes: I can’t say I really liked this, but then again, I haven’t really gotten into black teas that much so I might be a little biased. The flavors were hard to pinpoint and I did not pick up on any of the cinnamon or clove notes. Initially I was excited when I read the description, but after brewing, it wasn’t something that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Flavors: Honey, Malt
Aroma: Crisp, floral, fresh, sweet
Liquor Color: Pale yellow-green
Liquor Flavor: Smooth, green, floral with a light honey sweetness
Notes: I got this as a free sample from Tea at Sea – Thank you! Delicious! A tea to really savor and enjoy sip by sip. No notes overpower one or another, I think it’s a perfect balance of flavors. Very comforting, good quality everyday oolong tea.
Flavors: Flowers, Honey
Aroma: Rich, vanilla cream (like eggnog)
Liquor Color: Yellow
Liquor Flavor: Creamy mouth feel, vanilla, rich
Notes: I didn’t expect an eggnog tea to taste so good. Wow. So creamy, rich, delicious. Made into a latte is the best thing ever. I have nothing bad to say. Seriously, if you love eggnog, do yourself a favor and get this.
Aroma: Roasted, hay like
Liquor Color: Pale straw
Liquor Flavor: Light, toasted bread, hay, sweet caramel, mild astringency.
Notes: Not too sure if it’s something that I like. Maybe I’m just not that into white teas. It was delicate, had some interesting flavors going on, but not something that made go “Yum!”