This is a cool tea to drink in certain situations:
1. Right after you eat a pair of idlies and dosa and finish off with a mysore coffee, heavily milked up to the point where the milk denatures into thick buttery foam and there’s only so much of that to go around on a fall day. And you want to drink more milk. Then you can drink this tea, which smells like steamed milk, but doesn’t taste like much of anything but the slight tasting notes of:
Neem honey, asian pear-apples, pickled umeboshi, extremely watered down scotch, diet coke, cucumbers
2. When you want host a tea party where one of the events is a blindfold taste test and you want to include multiple different teas that could throw off your guests, and with the combination of dropping a hint of steamed milk earlier in the evening, you would find it a small victory when someone tasting this tea blindfolded would claim, “This is not tea, it’s milk!”
On the second steep, it still smelled like milk, but there was no taste anymore.
Flavors: Alcohol, Anise, Caramel, Carrot, Cherry, Cherry Wood, Honey, Milk, Plums, Wet Moss, Zucchini