2 Tasting Notes
This tea is a little more faint and light than I expected it to be, and almost had a slight hint of chamomile. Lots of floral notes can be found in this tea, and it’s almost as if they float around your mouth after you’ve taken a sip. However, the predominate flavour, for me at least, was peach. I would suggest steeping it for longer than five minutes, and with hotter water than I did. Otherwise, I would drink this with a friend over a dainty lunch, so that the fleeting nuances of flowers and peach are not lost.
Flavors: Apple, Floral, Peach
I found this at my local grocery store while looking for a convenient option for morning-time rush, and my eyes quickly settled on this. I vaguely remembered a friend mentioning it as her favourite, so I bought it. I have a problem with impulse buys, but that’s okay. Anyways, when I got home I immediately put my groceries away and set about brewing this tea. It was very quick, and I added some sugar and milk as per the instructions. The first sip was a little bland, but the predominate note was definitely cinnamon. As I went through the cup, the flavour became stronger, and I could taste limited amounts of other spices. Overall, my favourite thing about this tea was the interesting way it made me feel. It made me feel very sleepy, despite being a black tea, and like my stomach was heavy and full. It was quite pleasant as a whole, and I would recommend it for after a particularly difficult bout of studying and such.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Spices, Sweet