12 Tasting Notes
This is a nice, fruity Summer tea that’s lovely hot or iced. There’s something a little hibiscus-y about the taste that I’m fine with, but that might turn some drinkers off.
This tea looks and smells better than it actually tastes which is disappointing. I have a feeling that despite all of the dried fruit in the mix, this tea gets most of its flavour artificially….
This is one of my all-time faves in the Toronto area! Perhaps it’s not proper, but I prepare it in a French Press and add honey and milk to full-boiled water and let it steep for about 5 minutes. I also will add more hot water up to three times.
This Mate Chino is the first and best toasted cocoa flavoured Mate that I’ve tried—I’ve found that other imposters (lol) have an artificial chocolate taste that is a bit too strong and chemically for my liking—I don’t like to drink potpourri! The Mate Chino from The Tea Emporium is beautifully balanced and of high quality—it’s a wonderful treat and a fantastic booster. I wish that it was naturally flavoured, but I have a feeling it’s not.