4847 Tasting Notes
While I was steeping this tea, I went to the mailbox to see if the mail had arrived, and yippee! It did… my order from Damn Fine Tea is here! YAY! Wanna guess what I’ll be steeping next?
This is actually the last that I have of this, and I will be needing to order more the next time I order from Lupicia (it’s getting to be an every other month kind of thing).
Delicious and smooth. I am really enjoying this today. Warm and comforting.
Interesting! A very interesting tea. I have tried the Genmaicha Chai from Yogic Chai in the past, and so I was excited to try it with the Lemongrass addition. It adds a nice dimension of flavor.
The Genmaicha is somewhat softened by the presence of the spices and lemongrass, but not so much that it disappears. A slight toasted nut note sits in the background. The lemongrass adds a light citrus-y note and a slight creamy tone to the cup.
This is really good!
Finishing off the last I have of this so that I can write a review for the SororiTea Sisters blog.
The more I taste this Pu-Erh, the more I like it. It has a delightful sweetness to it that reminds me of burnt sugar.
While it has been a journey of acquiring a taste for Pu-erh, I have quite enjoyed the journey. This is one of the more memorable Pu-erh teas that I’ve encountered.