1120 Tasting Notes
Just straight almonds. You could steep three almonds in water and it’d taste the same. Add some sweetener and there’s a hint of coconut. Glad this was a free sample, it’s not disgusting or anything but what’s the point.
I’m not a huge chai drinker, but out of the ones I’ve tried, this very well might be my favorite. Most of the spiciness comes from cinnamon and ginger, making it quite mild for a chai, but there’s an ample amount of each spice so that they really shine. The rooibos base is your average rooibos and definitely fades into the background to let the spices take over.
Lovely plain, even lovelier with a splash of milk and a dash of sweetener !
Flavors: Cardamom, Cinnamon, Ginger, Spices
I don’t typically cold steep black teas, but I got this in a sampler of teas to ice so I figured I’d give it a try. Turns out that this cold steeps really well! It’s at least half dried fruit, so that’s probably why! It’s very fruity and crisp, with some natural sweetness but benefits from some added sweetener.
I got more of this tea for the first time in a while and I’m not sure if my tastes have changed, the blend has changed, or I just got a different ratio of ingredients in this two ounces, but it tastes nothing like I remember. Just a fruit punch kind of a tea this time!