1455 Tasting Notes
Again, this tea needs renaming, and I’m putting it forward to the gent over at Herbal Infusions with my suggestion. For those wanting “vanilla”, you’ll fail to find it. If however you’re looking for a true cacao like you’d get in Mexico, replete with history (look at my last tasting note for those details), this is definitely a go-to. More mild spice cacao than anything, and still utterly delicious.
Hm. Either I did something wrong, or Random Carpe Diem and I have very different tastebuds.
This is okay, however I’m missing anything really.. minty. There’s some chocolate in here, more so with a touch of stevia. I do taste the green base, which is okay if unmemorable.
Thank you to VariaTEA for sending this my way in a swap!
Smells lovely in the package, light lemony loveliness. I get the lemon bit drinking it, however it’s missing anything creamy, custardy, or tart-like. It’s okay, however my mind is wandering, wondering how Butiki’s Stacy would make this…
Oh, wow! Thank you OMGsrsly for sharing this with me. This is amazing!
Chocolate notes hit me first; really creamy milky chocolate. Really, that’s all that hit me though — milky chocolate. I’m totally cool with that, as I have too few chocolate teas that I enjoy, and I think this is the only non-black tea in that lot.
More decaf teas this evening as I enjoy Lost Girl, a poorly named show with a decidedly sexy sci-fi bent as I write a newsletter, get through oodles of email, and try to finish knitting my first shrug.
This still tastes like cinnamon bread to me, and I so wish there was a hint of icing. ;)