drank Sweet Almond Green by DAVIDsTEA
11 tasting notes

I’m on the fence with this one. The first time I tried it was iced in store after smelling the samples. It smelled amazing, like marzipan and everything good about almond extract. However for some reason, the taste threw me off. It kind of puckered my cheeks (if that makes sense), and tasted artificial, though there are natural almond flavors listed. So I’m not sure about that. I’ve had it hot as well, which seemed better, but still left me with a weird aftertaste. So I think I will try it one more time (to finish my tin, maybe with milk/sweetener to see what happens).

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I love tea. I always had tea growing up, and now that I’m in my late 20’s and tea is trendy, I am loving it!
I love classic flavors – lemon, peppermint, orange, ginger, clove, etc, but I love when they get mixed up into something new and different.
I like most teas, but herbals, green (jasmine especially), black and white tend to be my favorites. I am getting into rooibos at the moment, which is a great adventure. Some tea still scared me to prepare myself, so I leave pu-reh and mate to the experts.
What I dislike in tea – artificial flavours, stevia (gives me headaches), lots of sugar or excessive sweeteners already added, and overly-spiced teas (ie – cinnamon mostly).

My tea ranking system:
1-20: Yuck. Not my thing
20-40: I could tolerate this if I had to.
40-60: Good, but I probably won’t buy it or drink it unless I have a craving.
60-80: Yummy, I would probably buy small portions of this as I can see me drinking it regularly.
80-100: Amazing! I would buy this by the bucket and be content drinking it lots! (It will earn a spot on my 100g tin wall).

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