4847 Tasting Notes
This is a fairly mild Chai, the black tea base is pleasantly smooth but not particularly strong. Not very astringent. The spices are not particularly strong either (which is why I say it’s a fairly mild chai) but I can taste the cardamom in particular, as well as notes from the ginger and cinnamon. In the aftertaste I can taste the black pepper, which I like.
This is a good chai but not a great chai… but I still enjoyed it and am glad I had the opportunity to try it.
This is just what I expected with a Scottish Blend – HEARTY with an almost chewy kind of creaminess to it. It’s like freshly baked bread… like the chewy crisp crust of the bread. It’s awesome and it’s a great tea with which to start the day.
A nice sweetness to it too. Malty! Truly lovely.
This is really good. There is a strong citrus aroma and flavor to it, but not too strong. It’s more like the flavor of citrus but without the tart that usually accompanies it. Sweet and smooth.
The green tea has a buttery taste to it, and I’m not picking up much of a vegetal or grassy essence here.
I’m really liking this a lot, and am glad that I have a reasonable amount of it so that I can enjoy it again soon.
The aroma of the dry leaf is very enticing, it smells a lot like a fruity wine. Very grape-ish.
This is really good. I must admit I was a little afraid of this tea because the Lime Darjeeling was a big disappointment yesterday, but this I like. This is also something I probably wouldn’t have purchased, so I am glad that I had the sample to try, because I really like it.
A pleasant surprise.
This is an excellent Irish Breakfast blend – malty and robust with a pleasant chewiness to it. It’s a little smoother than some Irish Breakfast blends that I’ve tried, and I like that. There is a really nice caramel-y flavor at the finish.
Very good – and an excellent tea to wake up to!