4 Tasting Notes
Peach brandy is way more brandy than I would have expected. It not only smells a lot like peach brandy on its own, but the taste is a nice, peachy pinch on your tongue with this warm feeling after. It’s pretty surprising it doesn’t actually have any alcohol in it. I’ve had their other peach teas and I have to say, this one went well beyond expectation. I now have it in my cabinet as a permanent guest, along with it’s lovely green brother, Ginger Peach.
Flavors: Alcohol, Brandy, Peach
Chocolate and tea aren’t that weird. It’s when you put the chocolate IN the tea that things get a little harder to imagine. Overall though, I like this tea. I honestly taste much more raspberry, and the chocolate comes along as more of an after taste. It’s complimentary enough that I still get some every once in awhile.
Flavors: Chocolate, Raspberry
Hibiscus has never been my cup of tea(badum bum) but as far the ODB hibiscus goes, I noticed its not as sour as many other hibiscus teas I’ve tasted and generally it tends to look a little more colorful on the spoon. For the most part I add it to other teas I enjoy when I’m trying to deal with my blood pressure, or if I just want the awesome color.
Flavors: Flowers, Hibiscus
Butter rum toddy is easily my favorite unusually flavored tea. Most people think of fruit, or mint when thinking of teas, so this tea was a really nice change from that. The tea contains no sweeteners, but the flavor is so strong and decadent I can hardly believe it. While this tea is excellent on it’s own, I find it also makes a perfect tea latte, which is weird for me since I don’t normally like tea lattes. At all. 10/10
Flavors: Butterscotch, Caramel, Rum