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8 pm; time for Evening tea.
Today should be more productive day. But it was not. Whatever. Exam period starts next week. I have one exam in Friday though. Physics; but I guess it will be quite okay. We have formulas available, so I just need to re-check theory.
This tea would not be amazing, based on basic aroma. Chamomile dominates with little notes of balm I think. Maybe it is lavender too. First tea bag I had (I had two, now gone) were way more of lavender in scents.
Guys – I was wrong! Lavender is way more strong in taste and overwhelms the boring (and yuck) chamomile. Lime tree; Lemon balm, Lavender. Those are overpowering the chamomile and I like it – so much. Lavender is making it quite smooth, lime tree relaxing, lemon balm bit sour.
I forgot about visual part; it is clear golden liquor with little dusty on bottom.
Overall it is nice blend with calming notes. I feel maybe even bit drowsy, but it is 9 pm.
This is really meh.
I steeped it for suggested time It turned out to dirty, brown, opaque liquor. It smells quite nice, spicy chocolate with sweet notes. Lots of (probably licorice) dust settles on bottom after few minutes.
But when it comes to taste. It is really bad. I mean, it is not somehow bad as spoiled, or just funky notes. But on first sip it is nice bitter cooca, little spiciness from chilli and then it hits! A super sweet aftertaste. Probably caused with licorice. And cinnamon. And Bourbon Vanilla. Yes, all of those are in, besides another “bitter” spices.
I have little troubles finishing the cup honestly :/
A tongue-tingling infusion? I am sorry Higher-Living, but nope. No tingling, rather heartburn. And going sweet every sip I make (so I suppose the dust is licorice). Sorry everybody who were looking for nice tea review. This is not it. So far my worst rating here.
This tea is amazingly smooth for herbal.
It is not divine, but certainly interesting blend. Colour of brew is gold with green notes, clear, little dusty on bottom of the mug. It smells not suprisingly after licorice. But combined with something, probably a fennel which is in too. I think it is orange peel who makes it indeed nicely drinkable. But it does not overwhelm the taste of tea.
With last sips it is rather sweet for me, but that is licorice I guess. I expected it much spicier, but I have no trouble with it.
Flavors: Fennel, Licorice, Sweet
I expected much more!
A light and delicate white tea…nope.
It was light for sure, but certainly not delicate. It was something stingy artificial beverage.
4-5 minutes, bit cooled down water – that is their suggestion.
I used 4-5 minutes with boiling water. Result?
A cloudy, brown, liquor, with light aroma of strawberry. As there are not aromas, I thought it is okay. But nope.
It wasn´t aromatic at all. I tried to smell it several times but nothing.
I sipped. Okay, it tastes like weak black tea, as usual from white teas from tea bags. And then the weak artificial (or maybe dirty) taste took place. Stingy, dirty strawberry, but weak taste.
It was weak tea without any distinctive notes, at least not awfully sweet. I can not recommend this tea. It is not good.
Strong aroma of cinnamon, cardamom, orange peels and cloves.
Decent green base tea in taste, with spices in the background.
Not bad. I think it would be a good idea to brew it stronger, two bags per cup, and with milk, like a chai tea should be done.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Cloves, Orange Zest, Spices
I received this tea from my friend for my birthday. With a name like “Flower Heaven”, I thought it would be a good night time tea. The flavour is lovely! All lavender and chamomile but lavender is the predominant flavour. It’s very floral without going overboard. It really is a perfect tea for sipping in the evening before bed. I really do love the lavender in here. It dances on the tongue and makes for a delightful cup. A simple tea but I love it!