8 Tasting Notes
This is my first experience with Pu-Erh and I will definitely be back for more. This tea was so great! The leaves lasted for so long, and the flavor was evolving with each steeping. I can’t wait to explore the world of Pu-Erh tea. Regardless, this is a fantastic tea, and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Flavors: Honey, Plums, Smoke
I feel weird looking at my cupboard, because I stopped drinking flavored teas awhile ago, and have been moving toward Pu-Erh, Oolong, and natural teas. Earl Grey will always be Earl Grey though, and I must review all of the flavored tea in my cupboard before I can begin taking note of my present interests. This tea packs a much brighter citrus flavor than other earl grey’s that I’ve had in the past. Not a very deep tea.
I was so pleasantly surprised with this tea. The aroma of the leaves is an overpowering mango scent, but when I brewed this tea I found the creamy, fruity flavors smoothly dancing around my mouth. Very excellent tea. Very light.
Flavors: Mango, Milk, Vegetal
I’m usually pleased with Harney & Sons products, but this tea doesn’t do it for me. This could very well be a personal preference, however I found the flavors in the tea to be too strong and a bit overpowering, regardless of steep time. This is a cup of tea for many, but not my cup of tea.
Flavors: Ginger, Peach
These Jasmine Pearls are excellent. The best pearls I’ve had. The jasmine is accentuated so well, with just the right amount of sweetness to balance it. This tea reminds me of walking down a calm lone road at night that’s lined with country wildflowers. It truly is and excellent tea and simultaneously stimulating and calming. I feel alive when drinking it.
Flavors: Honeysuckle, Jasmine
Harney & Sons Paris tea tastes like sweet caramel cream. It’s smooth and enjoyable. A tea that doesn’t lose it’s enjoyment after the first few sips. It is a good tea for people looking to get started in their adventures.
Flavors: Caramel, Sugar, Vanilla