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If I have to drink a teabag black tea, this is a good one to have. I don’t think it deserves the low Steepster score! I did wait 17 minutes after boiling to steep it, so maybe that is the trick. I really like how this one is strong, but it’s also very malty, sweet and fruity. I’m not sure how it can be light and strong at the same time (maybe it’s the variety of black teas in the blend.) It definitely has exactly what I want in a BREAKFAST tea.
Flavors: Malt, Sweet
hmm this pu is a bit fishy. While I appreciate the intensely creamy, Earthy, malty flavour, the fishing smell/taste is off-putting. Some mineral notes, also. It is more similar to a black tea in profile, but with the added flavours of fermentation.
Overall, it was nice to have a chance to try it (Thanks to whoever put this in the travelling tea box ), however I wouldn’t buy it in a cafe or purchase a box. I prefer their flavoured puerhs over this one. If I want straight pu, I’ll opt for a very palatable YS shou.
Flavors: Earth, Fishy, Malt, Mineral, Tannin, Thick
A really good Puerh with a sweet chocolate aroma as advertised. Some notes of nutmeg and cinnamon. The second steep arguably lost a lot of its flavors, but the chocolate notes came through more strongly than in the first. Overall a great Puerh from Numi.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Nutmeg
I love this and I wish they still made it. The vegetable teas were an acquired taste. They’re not exactly like tea, and not exactly like soup. You would think a broccoli tea would smell like fart water but it really doesn’t— the coriander takes the lead, and it has a nice herbal umami flavor that makes a great savory snack. And the bags are quite large and you can have a few cups before the flavor fades too much.
I made the mistake of trying the tomato mint tea first, because it sounded the safest, and it was actually the only one out of the sampler I didn’t like. Maybe others did the same, and didn’t give the others a chance. Anyway I’m very disappointed they don’t make the veggie teas anymore.
Spicy, peppery. Simple and thin. Lacking in complexity, depth, roundness, and body. The hard, sharp spices overpowered the rooibos, so it tasted empty and harsh. The clove was particularly strong, and there were no secondary flavours.
Ingredients: Allspice, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Nutmeg, Rooibos
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger
Another sipdown. This is from the travelling teabox and I enjoyed trying the types of puerh from Numi. I’ve been eyeing these but didn’t want to commit to an entire box. I enjoyed trying this and would consider buying a box in the future.
Lots of earthy cocoa and cinnamon, citrus, vanilla. This isn’t sweet at all, so don’t think this will be desserty. I like it, though. It reminds me of 70% cocoa dark chocolate (bittersweet chocolate). This is very chocolaty and dark, but the spices are a nice addition too.
Flavors: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Citrus, Cocoa, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Spices, Vanilla