14 Tasting Notes


I like chai tea and I like teas with coconut flavor, so I was excited when I discovered this lovely combination! It is has a spicy warmth with a hint of sweet coconut. It taste good as it is or add a little sugar to it.

Side note: I found some yummy cookies called mini coconut crunch by Voortman (bought from Walmart) and they are the perfect compliment to this tea!! YUM!!


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This was the first of “the Twelve Days of Christmas” tea gift from a friend that I have anxiously and excitedly been waiting for since she told me about it’s arrival! Which is ironic because while I was counting down the days for sharing this gift, I am now FREAKING OUT that there are only twelve days before Christmas…go figure. :)

I have to admit, I am not a cotton candy lover (boy, this day is just filled with irony…because typically I am a connesuir of all things sweet…) but, even though the name suggests “cotton candy” I would not have guessed that flavor if I had not been told what it was. The tea was okay, a nice black with a slight sweetness, but I wasn’t making any heartfelt declarations of love or even experiencing timid flutters of infactuation with it.

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I had this tea a while back at a lovely tea house where I had lunch, tea and dessert with a dear friend. The owner gave us some to take home and I am now reliving that wonderful day. While I don’t have the carrot cake to enjoy with the tea, I still really love the flavor. I have never had a Pu-erh tea or anything with chrysanthemum that I am aware of, but the combination was delightful: warm, spicy and slightly floral. I am going to resteep and find some kind of dessert yummy to enjoy it with…after I eat my dinner of course! ;)

Fast forward to now: ate my dinner, resteeped the tea…delish with warm apple pie. This tea is a perfect companion to sweet yummies!


:) One of the many amazing things we’ve done together. This tea is to that day as mint choco chip Extra is to Richard Marx!

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Loved the warm, pepperminty aroma that immediately hit me. It is very pleasant and cleared my sinuses as a bonus. The tea taste great as it is, but I then tried to recreate a chocolate mint tea that I had recently by adding a splash of chocolate creamer and YUM! I hope it’s not too early to be this decadent…


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I should probably add: I am kind of “young” in my tea experience. I used to be under the assumption that I didn’t like tea until a friend bought a tea store two years ago and I surprisingly discovered I LIKE TEA!:) Now I can’t get enough, loving the journey of discovery in a tea lover’s world…


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