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So, I’m finishing this one off right now as an iced tea, and I have to say that I’m nearly done the cup and I’m still not sure whether or not I like it.
I do think overall it’s pretty accurate to the name/desired flavour but it took me a while to think so. It starts off very fruity, and tart! The hibiscus in this one clearly comes though, along with sour green apple notes and a very citric orange. I can probably handle the first two notes overall. but the degree to which the orange is present really threw me off. I mean, I just don’t think there should be orange in a “caramel apple” tea, or at least not this much of it.
I also didn’t really taste the caramel at first; but it IS there. Thing is, it’s only really present in the finish after the bulk of the fruity notes have subsided. I think largely that’s because this tisane only uses caramel flavouring. I’d love to see, in addition to the flavouring, actual caramel pieces tossed into the leaf as well. So, despite the fact that this element of the flavour is softer/more subtle, and not present in the whole sip I do think it’s very lovely. I just want more of it. A lot more of it.
In fact, in general I think this tea would benefit greatly from just as overall increase in sweetness – both with the apple (red instead of green, maybe?) and with the caramel element. Just tone down the hibby a touch, and cut the orange in half and you could really have something nice!
This one was a really interesting tea. It reminds me of the classic earl grey but with a spicy twist. A really spicy twist I may add. My first impression was that it smelled like ground black peppers – however there was definitely no ground black peppers in sight. Once brewed the spicy aroma went away and I didn’t notice it in the taste either. It tasted very much like earl grey and was bergamot yet bold. I also reviewed this tea in more detail, labeled as ‘Louis XIV’, but I guess they have since changed the name to Fleur Vert Melange http://worldofteainfusers.com/high-noon-tea-co-review/
I enjoyed this tea and found that it both smells and tastes yummy. It has a sweet and floral-y aroma to it. The tea composition is also lovely with its white tea leaves and different flower petals. Since the tea has a bit of hibiscus in it, I was worried the tea would taste bitter. Thankfully once brewed it did not, but it didn’t taste as sweet as I thought it would. It smells more sweet than it tastes, but nevertheless it was a refreshing tea. I could taste a slight floral aftertaste as well. You can see a more in-depth review with pictures here http://worldofteainfusers.com/high-noon-tea-co-review/
I wanted to like this tea but I wasn’t blown away by it. It sounded like it had a lot of good potential with it having chocolate/toffee/mocha type flavors. It’s base is pu’erh and I’ll admit I’ve only had pu’erh a handful of times. So this may be the reason why I was not a big fan of it. It tasted a bit earthy and musky yet was slightly sweet as well. It had a smooth aftertaste but I couldn’t really taste any of the chocolate/toffee flavors. I reviewed this tea in more detail which you can check out here http://worldofteainfusers.com/high-noon-tea-co-review/
This is my favourite tea from High Noon Tea Co. I really enjoy the rooibos and peach combination. Its a light and very comforting tea that is slightly sweet and has a nice hint of peach. You can smell the peach right when you open the bag to the time you’re finished brewing. It’s very subtle and doesn’t have that artificial peach smell. The tea itself is light and caffeine free, which I find myself enjoying as a nice evening tea. I wrote a more detailed review that you can check out here http://worldofteainfusers.com/high-noon-tea-co-review/