338 Tasting Notes
Pretty standard Earl Grey taste, yet it’s one I’ve really come to associate with comforting – I could drink EG all day, every day. I have been hunting for a decaf blend for a while, because I really enjoy having this at night, but a caffienated version doesn’t do me any favours, so I was happy to find this.
This was a strange one, as it was another matcha, and I’m still not entirely sure how much I like matcha. I could definitely taste the pumpkin, but there was the expected grassy aftertaste to it, as well. It was good, but not one I’d likely go out of my way to get. There are other pumpkin teas that I like better. Still, I’m glad I tried this!
This is basically apple cider. Which is a good thing! I’m not really a big fan of apple cider, but I can appreciate what this has going for it – spicy, sweet and very autumn-esque. I’m not a huge ainse fan, either, and I know there’s some in this, so there’s that to deal with, as well. But this is totally drinkable.
This is a strange one… The smell is delicious, but it seems like I’m getting a different taste with every sip, haha. I like cranberry, and I like orange, and I like muffins. I’ve had numerous cranberry orange muffins in my time, and this tea doesn’t really taste like any I’ve had. Maybe it’s the addition of the dandelion and hibiscus doing strange things? I only got 10g of this to try, so maybe there’s more of those ingredients there, or something. And those 10g only got me one cup of tea (minus a resteep, if I so choose), so that’s also a negative. Not enough bang for my buck, I don’t think.
Hello, ginger! I was excited to try this one, though I had reservations about this tasting too similar to Super Ginger. It’s still spicy, but a little sweeter, which is probably due to the apple. I liked this one, but I don’t know if it’s a must-keep for me. I usually only drink Super Ginger when I’m sick, and since this tastes very similar to it (at least to me), I cannot help but associate this with being sick. Which is unfortunate. >_>