149 Tasting Notes
Strong peppermint aroma, with subtle green tea and citrusy notes in the background.
The taste is well balanced, with slight base tea bitterness, mint and lemon grass/lemon peels.
Really good as far as Pickwick goes (they usually don’t set the bar high…).
Flavors: Bitter, Citrus, Lemongrass, Mint, Peppermint, Straw
Overwhelming aroma after opening the can!
Brews to a straw colour, After steeping the flavour is dominated by apple and quince, very fruity and intense mix.
The taste is rich, with solid green tea base and fruity notes only in the background.
Good tea. I need to try it as a coldbrew. In fact the manufacturer strongly recommends it.
Flavors: Apple, Fruity, Straw
Milk, caramel and sweetness are dominant, you can barely taste the black tea. Not actually bad and it really brings the proper chai to mind, but could use more of the tea component.
But if dissolved not in water, but in previously brewed black tea, it becomes much more interesting, more rich and complex. I suggest this way of preparing.
Flavors: Caramel, Milk, Spices, Sweat