Gino CafeEdit Company
Recent Tasting Notes
Trying my second (and last) packet of this in cold water today, just to make a fairer judgment of it. Last time I had it hot with vanilla soy milk and it was delicious, but I could definitely taste the milk more than the tea itself. In water, it’s not bad, but not nearly as good. It has an almost woody flavor, which is odd. Still pretty tasty though!
Not going to rate this as I don’t really have a point of reference for it. :P
Flavors: Creamy, Sweet, Vanilla, Wood
Tommy sent me a couple of packets of this mix, hooray! I love milk tea! Generally I would make it cold, but I’m actually feeling a little chilly today (the AC in our apartment is pretty low, stupid boys) so I decided to do a hot version with vanilla soy milk.
Super creamy and delicious, and quite sweet! I’m not going to rate it this way, because I taste the soy milk a lot, and I’m sure it drastically changes the flavor. So I’ll use my other packet with water and then I can give it a rating.
Delicious creamy nomminess! Now my tummy is warm and happy.
So while I was try to post about the last milk tea i was having Steepster decided to be down,I didn’t get the kettle messages instead this time down for maintinance and Steepster suggested that I have another cup, I said OK and picked up another one of the little instant packages:)
This one is delicious. Its creamy and sweet and just yummy.
Not much else to say really, its like most other tasty instant milk tea powders.
I can add that one thing I notice about these instant milk teas is that they all share a common something in the taste that just screams this is instant! not in a bad way at all tho in fact this one is super good, I think it is just some taste that prolly comes from the powdered milk or whatever they use in these, kind of like a slight twangy taste in there that is hardly worth mention.
Anyways this one is super tasty, creamy, sweet and smooth, as are most others I’ve had.
Flavors: Creamy, Smooth, Sweet