650 Tasting Notes


Tasting note number 650!

My morning tea while rereading “Persuasion”. The boysenberry scent is fantastic. There is a sweet and creamy berry flavour. Pairs well with scones.

Thanks to the staff for their recommendation.

Flavors: Berry, Cream, Creamy

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Had this after visiting a few art galleries. There is a nice fruit scent- mostly currant and some blueberry. The flavour is slightly tart currant, and hints of sweet berry.

Good evening book tea.

Flavors: Black Currant, Blueberry

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Tea of summer, as chosen in the teachat. The scent alternates between peach and raspberry. There is a nice peach and bergamot flavour, with more raspberry as it cools. Very good morning blend. Will try iced.

Flavors: Bergamot, Peach, Raspberry

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The tea of almost Spring. It has been on the rainy side here. (With snow on Saturday.) So it is good tea weather. There is a nice floral scent. The flavour is sweet and malty.

Flavors: Floral, Malt

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“Tea. Earl Grey. Hot!”- standard order while watching Star Trek. A new blend I picked up as my winter sample. The scent is fantastic. Mostly chocolate, and mild citrus. There is a nice sweet cocoa flavour, which goes well with the bergamot. Pairs well with shortbread.

Flavors: Bergamot, Chocolate, Citrus, Cocoa

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My winter tea. Nice orange scent with some vanilla. The flavour is certainly citrus. Strong, a little sweet, and slightly tart. There is a also some vanilla.

Flavors: Citrus, Orange, Vanilla

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The unofficial sponsor of the month of October.

One of the first teas I bought for my new place. Birthday/ moving tea. There is a nice sweet fruit scent. The flavour is slightly tart with some berry notes.

Good for Autumn events, and pairs well with berry scones.

Flavors: Berry, Black Currant, Tart

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November sample from the local shop. Because turkey tea would be weird. There is a nice scent of familiar spices. Mostly cinnamon, with cloves and nutmeg. The spices also come out in the flavour. Not much pumpkin, but makes a good fall blend.

Pairs well with pumpkin pie.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg, Spices

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November review…

My tea for late Autumn. There is a nice berry scent. The flavour is a little tart, with a slight sweetness. While mild, it does have a good cranberry taste. Liked the Korakundah base. Goes well with my cranberry bagels.

Flavors: Berry, Cranberry, Tart

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Happy October! My favourite month, and the first full month of Autumn (the best season). This tea smells nicely like currants. The flavour is nicely fruity, with some floral notes. There is more of a green taste, but the currant is still pretty good.

Flavors: Black Currant, Floral, Fruity

Evol Ving Ness

And happy October to you too! I am delighted that fall is here.

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After many years of drinking coffee, I’ve recently become a tea convert.

Faves- Black Tea (Preferably Chinese- Most Gold/Golden), Assam, Nilgiri, Oolong
Likes- Pu-Erh (Shou), Green (Chinese or Japanese), Interesting Tisanes, Dessert Blends/ Flavoured Teas, Masala Chai, Honeybush/ Rooibos, Ceylon
Dislikes- Smokey Teas, Hibiscus, Licorice Root, Chicory
Exploring- Sheng Pu’erh, White Tea, Sticky Rice Mini Tuocha
Fruity Flavours- Lychee, Muscat, White Peach, Fig, Apple, Bergamot
Other flavours- Rose, Lavender, Vanilla, Cream

95- 100: By Yavanna, it’s amazing!
89- 94: my favourite
85- 88: it’s fantastic
81- 84: really like
75- 80: like
70- 74: it’s okay
69 and below: meh
unrated: still unsure


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