4847 Tasting Notes
Delicious. I really like this blend. It is berry-sweet and I like that little raspberry tartness at the tail end of the sip that sort of lingers on the tongue. I previously reviewed this tisane here:
This is way better than indulging in a late-night snack… it is warm and comforting and sweet without adding a lot of fat and calories. YUMMY!
Kind of late in the evening for me to be enjoying a black tea… but I was really wanting an Earl Grey, and since I had this tin out anyway (sent some to a friend), I went with it.
I’m tasting a lot of orange flavor today… more than I remember… and less of the somewhat flowery/perfume-ish taste that is accompanied with Earl Grey. It tastes nice.
My supply of this one is almost depleted! It’s a very good tea, pleasantly sweet, juicy flavor.
As I sit here and contemplate this tea, I am wishing I would have thought to order one of the cran-strawberry tea from 52 Teas… Frank does cranberry right. Cranberry teas typically scare me just a little because either they’re too tart or the cranberry flavor isn’t well represented. Not so with the cranberry teas that I’ve tried thus far from 52Teas (Cranberry matcha!) and Zoomdweebies.
Anyway… a very good blend. I’ll be sad to see it go, but, the truth is that I have plenty of other teas to keep me busy… and well… that makes me glad!
I’m finishing off the last of this sampling that TeaEqualsBliss sent me.
A very good Earl Grey. Nice bergamot scent and flavor. I’m getting less astringency this time than I seem to recall with my first tasting of this tea… still just a little astringency, but it isn’t strong. The black tea is bright and strong.
This is a pretty standard take on this classic. No bells or whistles… just good Earl Grey tea.
Thanks to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this one (yes, I got the huge box! Thanks SororiTEA Sister)
This one… scares me. It’s smoky. I gave it a quick rinse before steeping (which I have found helps me enjoy smoky teas more). The aroma of the liquor still smells smoky but not too smoky.
This is not too bad… and I say it like that, because I was expecting it to be much worse than it actually is, but I can drink this. I’m not gagging, I’m not repulsed after taking a sip… it’s actually good. There… I said it. It’s good.
The smoky flavor is there, it’s strong, but it is not overwhelming. The smoky taste has a nice caramel-y back note that I find intriguing.
I’ve had this a few times, but after checking, I see that I’ve never logged my tasting notes!
This is a very strong blend – very bold and invigorating. I like the blend – it is like Earl Grey but it isn’t as Earl Grey as a typical Earl Grey. That is to say that rather than the bergamot being the bold flavor in the cup, here the boldness comes from the tea, and the bergamot becomes an accompaniment rather than a feature player.
Lots of flavor, very brisk. I like it.
This is a really delicious Mate blend. It does brew up very dark … and it has a very pleasant roasted taste to it that is quite like coffee, but I think it’s a little better. The carob in this blend gives a certain, deep, rich, savory chocolate-y-ness to it that I really love.