24 Tasting Notes


This tea is beautiful to watch bloom. It smells vaguely like plums and tastes a bit like goji berries. Lovely, but gets a bit astringent and bitter if you leave the bloom in too long (as is the case with lots of teas I guess).

Flavors: Cedar, Goji, Plum

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This tea is sweet, floral and milky on the nose. Tastes buttery and grassy, and stays creamy over multiple steepings! It’s a treat

Flavors: Butter, Cream, Floral, Grass, Milk

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very drinkable tea! It smells of raspberries and tastes mildly chocolatey with a tangy cream cheese flavour.

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This tea was pretty bland. The main flavour that came out for me was beets! Maybe it would be nicer if I added some milk and honey, but overall, I wasn’t a big fan!

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Tea is magical, it can warm you up, cool you down, improve your health, focus your mind, or put you to sleep. It’s an instigator of long conversations across the kitchen table, and it’s comfort you can reach for when you’re down.

My first memory of tea, is drinking Twinings English Breakfast with my mom. As a kid, it was mostly milk, with a splash of tea, but that was what she drank, so I wanted it too.

I only drank black teas (my dad also got me into lapsang souchong) until my teens, when I started to experiment with herbals. Now I drink them all.

My favorite tea at the moment is milk oolong! I’m starting to explore Pu-Erh teas and really enjoying them.


Vancouver B.C.

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