80 Tasting Notes
I am in love!
This tastes so fresh, minty, sweet, woody, and grassy.
My only complain is that it is very boreal-like, and if you’re gonna claim to be inspired by the canadian woods, you might as well do it with grandeur and put in some pine tree notes or something. But that’s all. You’re still dreamy, wintergreen woods.
I didn’t steep this for too long so maybe I was in luck, but this is incredibly thick and creamy and buttery and… smooth! The vanilla comes in nicely. Which type of vanilla, I don’t know. What is the green background aroma I taste, I don’t quite know either… Go figure.
I don’t hate it :) ! Might try it iced next.
Also a sample I got (but I end I might end up buying a 50g.)
This is supposed to be a chocolate tea? The strawberry flavor is so intense in this, very liquor-y. Under that strawberry swirl comes the little dark chocolate bite. The black tea and rose petals are just here to wrap it all together, methinks. Like a sweet gift.
If cute was a flavor I think it could be easily used to describe this tea. The name fits.
This is a sample I received that I wanted to wait in the morning to try.
I was a bit scared because I’ve stopped all caffeine in the past few months, but alright:
This is a very mild/simple coffee bean that tastes round. Added is the taste of white chocolate and almonds (and I can’t believe how much you can taste them. This is one of my favorite combinaisons in pastry!) And a woody aftertaste that does not bother me at all.
Now can this replace a white chocolate mocha? This screams for experimentations.
I should add that I cheated with this one and added agave and almond milk shrug :)