16 Tasting Notes
Now that I see other people mention the licorice thing I guess I can agree. I think it translated on my tongue as “watered down ginger.” I’m too much of a wuss to eat straight up dried ginger (too spicy), but I really wanted more spice out of this tea.
The macadamia nuts add a nice buttery richness to this tea flavor.
Nothing about these ingredients made me think that I’d enjoy the flavor of this tea, but I was desperate to try it as natural sleep aid.
Relaxing, for sure. Tasty, surprise! Maybe once I learn more about teas I’ll be able to explain it properly.
Smells like cookie dough. Doesn’t taste like cookie dough. Won’t be fooled by the vanilla aroma again.
Had a sample in-store today. Seemed kinda weak, so maybe they steeped it wrong. Didn’t strike me as “feisty” or anything special
Sour/tart finish. Too bitter for me, almost the way grapefruit can be.
Deep cranberry colored.
Glad this was only a sample. Not for me.
I’ll admit that I tried this because I’m a chess fan, but hey, I usually succumb to David’s Teas because I really appreciate the unique marketing anyway.
This smells SO good unbrewed, that I guess its not such a surprise it doesn’t taste quite as delicious brewed. But I really enjoy it anyway, I’ve been drinking it all afternoon at work this week. I’m a sucker for coconut too. Solid, smooth tea.
Mmm, just tried this sample even though I was leery about the Lavender. As a scent I’m not usually a fan. But the coconut makes this delightful. Probably helped that I under steeped it to minimize the flowery-ness