600 Tasting Notes
It is a day for a cup of hot tea; after bringing fresh water to boil, then pour over tea bag and let brew for about 3 minutes. Wanted it to be mildly strong since drinking it with no sugar, lemon or milk as suggested for desired cup of tea.
It is smoky in flavor and a full bodied drink.
This is tea sampler I received with another purchase a whilst back. I decided to give this a try; as it is a day for remedy so a mint cup is the brew of choice.
It is recommended that pure boiling water be poured over one tea bag in a cup, immersing it for about 1 minute; 2 minutes (for strong). The aroma is lovely with the mint; freshness in the cup; first sip is strong depicting almost a black tea instead of green.
Over time the strength in the brew is weakened and flavor is to be enjoyed immensely. I decided to have this with my regular green tea (store brand) with the spring mint as flavoring for the remainder of the days brewing.
To drink tea is to calm the nerves, the anxieties etc. and I associate mint with curing something; an ailment or discomfort; soothing the mind when tested beyond its limit as this mind has been put through the ringer.
Another grateful cup, tea sampling mint tea. Thank you Bon Jour Gourmet for sending me this sampler.
Thank you to the Republic of Tea for sending me this Pomegranate Green Tea sampler. I decided to give it a try today.
This tea is rich with the flavor of Pomegranate, making for a very sweet cup, liquor like brew. I am grateful for having this cup; I sip it slowly; as opposed to slurping.
Lightly sipping this tea while taking in the sweetness in the flavor of the pome. Looking forward to the day, is my mantra. I pray it last.
This Premium Pekoe Blend is very good for iced tea by the jar.
It is brewed hot; steeping time for between 3-5 minutes (using one tea bag per desired cup) usually I would used between 3-5 bags for one full jar/gallon. After letting it cool I would pour into jar and for daily jaunts out and about it would be transported in a smaller tea bottle at times a small slice of lemon is added. No sugar.
It is best with some ice in the tea bottle to preserve the coolness of the drink.
A well blended robust, deep, rich flavor which is ideal for my busy morning of doing house chores. I would sip and clean; and return to sip some more. I am thinking this London Cuppa is sort of like English Breakfast tea is what comes to mind.
Freshness is maintained as claimed once packed.
Makes for a nice cup of froth green tea. A very potent brew. There is something about opening the tin and tearing at the foil and once open to smell the pure milkyness of the green powder and to just savor the creamy texture, milky dew of it is so very wonderful. A bliss of sort, elixir elation.
It is like taking all of your green veggies and placing them in a blender and whipping them up, then pour in your glass for a full morning breakfast.
Matchaly strong tea drinker, I am.