drank Ola'a by The Tea Haus
440 tasting notes

Wow, this green is just . . . there are absolutely no words. It looks and smells like a white, and taste wise? There’s green notes and white notes and hints of mango and just . . . this is practically heaven in a tea cup. Hawaiian tea may be a rare thing, in fact I’d never heard of it before this week, but wow is it amazing. This is the first speciality tea that I can actually see myself paying the premium costs for.

Extra kudos to The Tea Haus for selling such a rare amazing tea, and even more so for selling it at such a fair price. (And for letting us try it before it hits their store!)

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An avid tea addict in the GTA, Ontario, Canada. I’m always looking for new teas and new tea addicted friends!

My preference is loose leaf of all varieties, however the occasional bagged tea can come along and charm me. Flavoured or straight, there is a good chance that I will be falling in love.


My ratings system is based on the smiley faces above the ratings scale.

0-10 — This tea didn’t get past the initial sip process. I just couldn’t bring myself to drink more, I found it so horrible.

11-50 — It made it past first sips, but as I drank a bit more I realized I really wasn’t enjoying the tea, and would never drink it again.

51-60 — I probably made it through the cup, but won’t be trying another one.

61-69 — Either it’s a mystery tea and I can’t decide if I like it or not, or it is one that I felt was purely adequate.

70-85 — These are the teas that I appreciate and/or like. If they are falling in this area they are ones that I would definitely re-buy, however are not ones that I must always have on hand. The good, but not the amazing.

86-94 — These are the favourites. My cupboard feels empty if they aren’t inside.

95-100 — Tea perfection!


GTA, Ontario, Canada

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