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I had high hopes for this one, and they were exceeded! Beyond the tomato and mint, there were additional vegetable notes (onion and peppers stood out the most), as well as a touch of spiciness.
Best with boiling water, indefinite steeping, and a pinch (or two) of salt. Yum!
Flavors: Mint, Pepper, Salty, Spices, Spicy, Vegetable Broth, Vegetables
I got this tea after reading about it in the tasting notes of another tea I like. This one has a faint rose smell before brewing that seems to disappear after brewing.
Flavor white, the rose flavor is gentle, not you your face (although I like in your face). It’s refreshing but not something if you want a bold flavor. Not bad but very gentle.
I heated water to boil then let cool a minute or so first before steeping as the box instructed
I love all the health benefits of turmeric and think this is a much tastier way of enjoying the benefits as opposed to the golden almond milk recipe I tried from Pinterest. I didn’t add any form of sweetener and felt that it was fine on its own. I will continue to drink here and there when I want to get my turmeric fix.
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Vanilla
Date: 12.07.2016. – 25.07.2016.
Place of obtain: Bio&Bio; Ilica 70; Zagreb, Croatia
Price: 39,90kn – 2,22kn/teabag (5,88$ – 0,33$)
Teabags: 18 * 2g = 36g
Aromatic tea with, maybe, the best smell. But scent is the best part of it, and considering price, would rather go with something else.
Went to a new restaurant today with my siblings!
It’s called “Hunter Gatherer” and it’s an all vegetarian diner that just opened up Tuesday of this week. They’ve got a really small menu to start as they kind of find their footing, but the response has been so great that they’ve already started expanding and even had to hire more staff just to keep up with the demand. The aesthetic is SUPER cool too; there are these vintage bird cages hung from the ceiling like chandeliers, and the walls are lined with paintings of different scenes in nature as well as faux animal heads. It’s gorgeous, and the irony of it being a vegetarian diner is so perfectly tongue in cheek.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CoeQqSnVUAEssjK.jpg Here’s the only picture I could find of the inside of the diner. This is my favourite wall in the restaurant, to be honest.
So, for my dinner I had the “Stranger” burger – which was a chickpea and lentil based patty with BBQ sauce, onion, mozzarella, and jalapenos. And it was fucking DELICIOUS. The two people I was eating with ordered the same – they’ve not vegetarian but once they realized they had to stop comparing the burger to meat because it’s not meant to replicate it they enjoyed it a lot more. I’m dying to go back for breakfast; they do a deep friend oatmeal bar with berries and vanilla ice cream that sounds fucking AMAZING.
Obviously this tea was what I was drinking; I do like that the restaurant has obviously made a conscious choice to use Organic teas but obviously I’d love to see some loose leaf options as well. They do make a pomegranate iced tea the Southern way, but were sold out of it when we were there. Next time, maybe. As far as the taste of the tea goes? I mean, it’s Moroccan Mint. Simple, and safe which is what I was going for when I ordered it.
Flavors: Grass, Spearmint, Sweet, Vegetal
I’ve been searching for the best caffeine free tea to have in the evening, and I think I finally found it! Who would have thought that I would love a bagged Numi tea? It would be interesting to try this loose leaf.
The base is rather muted beneath the spices, appearing only as a bit of astringency and that mild rooibos flavor. Unlike the Apple cider, there is NOT an underlying sour note, which ruined that particular experience.
The highlight of this tea is the spices, well blended with several coming through at once: cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg…it’s like pumpkin pie without the pumpkin. I wonder what a hint of sugar or honey would do to this…
Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg
This is a decent chai. It’s somewhat spicy, but no one spice is overpowering the others, and it has just a bit of sweetness in there. The ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon all kind of blur into each other. I find myself wishing for some clove or allspice, or for a bit more cinnamon. The black tea is just barely noticeable through the spices. It’s good, but not my favorite blend.
Wow, shockingly sour! I was expecting a little bit of bright citrus in the background, but this was like drinking lime juice. Every sip made my mouth flood with saliva. There is also a musty, mushroom-ness (dry desert) about it. Not terrible, but not what I want either.
Wow! A Throwback Thursday post! I have not done one of those in a while! Basically the deal with these, I write them up when I am feeling particularly inspired to write for days just like today, where I am either too busy or not feeling the best and want to post a blog (for consistency, yo) but am not really up to writing one. Today is a combination of both, I was super busy from waking up til now, and I am pooped and want to just get tea-drunk and then go to sleep.
So usually I am not much of a teabag person, having, for lack of a better term, outgrown them, but this one needed to be tried. Numi Organic Tea’s Fennel Spice from their Savory Tea line is a blend of Fennel, Celery Root, Orange Peel, Onion, Dill, Decaf Green Tea, Honeybush, and Black Pepper all of them labeled organic. It is like someone took tea and blended it with a veggie broth you expect to drink after you had the flu and need liquid but you are bloody sick to death of sweet stuff…and bouillon. In fact that is how I think of this tea, it is sick-time tea, verging very close to food. The aroma of the bag doesn’t dissuade me at all, with strong notes of celery and fennel blending with pepper and a touch of underlying citrus sweetness. It smells green and herbaceous and like a soup herb blend…could use some sage though!
Brewing the bag smells a lot like soup, a nice veggie soup with celery and fennel notes reigning supreme, the pepper, onion, and dill showing up as well, though it is mild. No real sign of the sweeter honeybush or orange peel, it smells very savory, almost a bit salty.
Green tea is definitely the tea to use if you want to make a savory blend me thinks, it can come off as savory and brothy at times, not just sweet and nutty. In fact some of my favorite Chinese greens are the ones that taste like stir fried vegetables, so this kinda blend works for me, in part because it tastes like food. Though honestly I am not really sure how much the green tea adds to this, it is very brothy with strong notes of fennel and celery, onion and dill, with a nice warmth of black pepper. I do not detect any sweetness at all and I am not really sure what the orange or honeybush add to this tea. For funsies after I got my initial tasting I decided this tea would be perfect with a gentle sprinkling of salt, and wow does that really bring out the dill notes! I like this tea, it is like soup, it could be used to make broth if I felt really adventurous, and when I am sick and want something to keep me hydrated and I am too lazy to gongfu, excellent choice.
This isn’t bad, but it’s not really what I’m looking for from a chocolate tea. It tastes pretty much like a liquid tootsie roll. There’s a little bit of earthy woodiness from the Puerh, but it’s not real strong. I can see how some people might really enjoy this, but it’s not for me.
Tried this one today. It was OK, not an amazing Chai but not bad. The description is sultry and I would agree with that. It is not a bright chai rather it is has a darker, less energetic flavor. It seems like there is not enough cinnamon or something in this is missing to me. Would I have it again? sure. I bought a variety pack from Numi so it only came with one of these tea bags but I would make it again if I run across another bag. It is not bad, I just have other Chai teas that I prefer over this one.