1235 Tasting Notes
Drinking the last tea bag of this yay!
And oversteeping it as I have no where to put the tea bag! I’d have to go downstairs and fetch a saucer and I’m too lazy right now. I thought I had a saucer up here for emergencys like today.
Now I’m starting to think this kickstarter is a good idea http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/klip/klip-ditch-that-saucer-and-sip-as-you-brew?ref=live
Though, I’ve been doing in mug steeping because I’m out a 2 cup teapot. Maybe I should get just a freaking new tea pot.
Flavor? Actually not going bitter that fast and the coconut flavor is getting stronger. End of the cup the tea is starting too pungent for my liking.
Darn cold! This tea tastes bland and I know it’s not bland! This tea is freaking delicious creamy lemony and bit of lime tastyness!
I even added a couple lemon slices and some honey too! Though, bland is better than bitter – which happened last time I got sick and it got to my sinuses.
Not the most tasteful joke, but it’s my husband and he’s that kind of guy. I was complaining about my sense of taste being out from being sick and he said, “As long as you don’t make your tea with 100 bags”. Uggggg!
Time to save my good teas and switch to lemon, ginger, honey, cayenne brews until I’m better.
This is an interesting tea. It’s a fruity herbal. The pomegranate flavor is quite nice – tastes like pomegranate juice, though much weaker, but the tea finishes off with a bit of raisiny and vanilla flavor.
Totally not a fan of the raisin and vanilla mix with this tea. Tart pomegranate mixed with warmy sweet raisin and creamy doesn’t agree with me. I do love the pomegranate in this tea though. The best application has to be iced as it tastes like pomegranate juice, but with the weird flavors at the end. Worst was cold steeped – it was just pure on raisin tea. Not for me, but I’m sure someone out there will enjoy this tea! Anyways – this tea is in my swap pile, I hope it’ll find a loving new home!
Full Review on my blog, The Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/pomegranate-fruit-from-georgia-tea-company-tea-review/
(fyi, prewrote this review before I got a cold, so it’s not my weird sinus cold making the tea taste funny).
I think I really only crack open this tea when I’m sick. Which I am. NOOO! It was my husband’s fault. He barely gets sick, and when he’s sick its a little sniffle. When the cold is passed to me it’s mutated into much worse.
So, lots of lemon slices and honey in this cup of Earl of Lemon. I think I’m not tasting much. A teeny bit of citrus and sweet. Craptastic! Hopefully my cold hasn’t hit my sinus killing my sense of taste again. Thankfully my lemon tree has gone beserk – I will be raiding it after this post to create delicious KILL COLD tea.
I’m really on a pu’erh kick these days. Something about pu’erh this weekend that has been calling out to me “DRINK ME” and each sip is very delicious and fires me up!
Annnd, lowering the rating on this one, as Butiki Tea’s Three Friends is much better for chocolate orange flavor! However, I think coffee drinkers would prefer this one more for the deep pu’erhness.
I forgot I even had this matcha! This was the first matcha I got, and I didn’t get the tin, so it was in a glasslock container squirreled away in the back of my tea book shelf. (yeah, my teas take up a book shelf)
I made this as a breakfast smoothie with soymilk, soy protein powder, caramel matcha and vanilla ice cream. Very yummy! I might need to get more of this matcha, but we’ll see once I start sipping down the others.
As a latte, with honey and german rock sugar. Adding both honey and german rock sugar has been my sweetener of choice these days. The german rock sugar is good, but the honey adds a little extra flavor. Really nice evening dessert tea.
Drinking this tea while snacking on some korean puffed rice cake. Kinda miss the korean market back home in Vancouver Canada – they had the crazy machine thwacking away making them.
CRAP, forgot to check the tea isle while I was at the korean market!
Having a reward cup of pu’erh after 2 hours of making kimchi.
I was up to my elbows in reddy spicy garlicy sauce! Phew, so much work but so worth it. I used this recipe http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/easy-kimchi
I did a really short steep of 45 seconds, so I can have a lighter cup, but with a bit of tropical flavor. yum! My roommate likes this tea way more than I do, but I love the bold pu’erh taste mixed with tropical combination.