8 Tasting Notes
Eh, I really thought these K Cup teas would be good, because they would be like loose leaf teas inside the cup. This tastes kind of funky. It’s really strong tasting and I put a lot of honey in. It does not have a nice smooth mild taste that I love about chamomile. This one I double brewed.
I brewed this tea in my Keurig with 10 oz water selection. I made this with honey and then added some agave, because it tasted pretty bad. This tea does not taste like chai, pumpkin, or pumpkin spices. It just has this weird spice, and not the way that tastes good in tea. It’s a biting spice that quickly shows up and then fades to a bland black tea taste. Not going to get this again. I may try with steamed milk when I try it again.
For some reason, I had remembered this tea tasting funky. Before throwing it out I decided to try it again and I’m glad that I did. One of the few oolong teas in my cupboard right now, and also the only with coconut, but I’m not sure why. This is a simple and delicious coconut tea. Would be delicious mixed with an almond/chocolate tea for a sweet almond joy flavor. I tried it with coconut nectar.
black tea, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate flavor, natural blackberry flavor, orange peels, blue cornflowers, blackberry leaves, natural vanilla flavor, natural bergamot flavor, natural creme flavor
I tried this hot with a bit of agave.
I do not have the most refined palate, however this tea tastes like straight black tea, I don’t get any blackberry or chocolate flavor in my cup. It smells deliciously chocolatey, but I just do not get this or earl grey, maybe with a bit of milk.