372 Tasting Notes


I’ve been looking for this tea on seeing good reviews. I found it finally at the Vitamin Shoppe instead and had a coupon for a dollar off. Instantly smelled like chocolate chai to me. I really like the robust dense body of this tea, and the left behind cocoa residue. I thought it was like coffee with chai dipped in it….which I see that I’m not alone in thinking that after now reading Cofftea’s review of this tea. I like it. It reminds me more of coffee than any tea I have had. It’s not as dark as Dr. Tea’s Imperial Pu-Erh but still quite tasty.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Pu-erh does not agree with me, generally speaking, but I do want to try this one.

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Nice aroma in the bag. After it’s brewed….still nice aroma but I really didn’t taste a whole lot of flavor. The body of the tea was fairly heavy for a green tea. It’s decent. It was a gift so not much to complain about.

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Has a smell like the attic at first…a little bitterness but overall not bad. The aroma in the cup is pleasing. It is muscatel which I’m not exactly sure the definition….but to me that means an aroma of fall leaves….which I don’t think is a bad thing because fall is one of my favorite seasons.

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Quite a spicy little tart here. A nice mix of Ginger and lemon it got a little kick to it which is lovely….almost makes you think theres pepper in there. Mix this with stash’s peppermint herbal and you have an amazing stomach elixer.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Oooh, that combo sounds fab!


you can also add a few shakes of cayenne pepper for a great sinus cleanser! I keep this on hand for anytime I wake up with a “stuffy head”

The DJBooth

Oooo that sounds awesome.

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I got this on sale for 6 an ounce….so already I was excited to try it. The leaves have a somewhat sweet vegetal aroma. The liquor is pale like greener oolongs that I am fond of. The flavor is similar to Tin Kuan Yins that I have tried before. It’s not one of my regular steeps but still quite good!

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drank Blackberry by Lipton
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Not bad decent green tea and the orange added a nice touch

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I don’t if I got a bad box of this but blech! The aroma wasn’t bad but there was no flavor. I had to put sugar in to get any peach flavor or lemongrass. I just am not impressed with this. Lipton’s bagged teas have more flavor than this

Michelle Butler Hallett

I find the scent of this one so penetratring and fakey I have to keep my given-to-me box in a Ziploc bag. Don’t enjoy the flavour at all — magngo is a real heavyweight and should be kept away from delicate teas. (Hmph, I have spoken.)

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Oh Iron Goddess of Mercy we thank thee for thy pale liquor. I found this at the Asian grocery for about six dollars for 10 ounces. I can honestly say that I think this tea is just as high a quality as some that you would pay 2-3 times more for. Good for three steeps no problem and not lose flavor. I’ve mixed it with Pu-Erh and a cherry rooibos and have had fantastic results. Mixed with the cherry flavor you get a taste similar to beer.

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I have found this at the asian grocery near me. The flavor is good. Not to much different than other matchas I have had. Don’t know much about it, but for the price it is great standalone or in a post run smoothie. I would recomend sifting it before making tea cause it tends to be clumpy.

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DJ, Work in Radio,father, husband, Owner of my own mobile DJ business, and lover of tea.

My favorites are Pu-Erh, Black teas, Oolongs, Mate…then again I’ll try just about anything. If you are a company and would like me sample your tea. I would be more than happy to.


Cleveland/Alliance, Ohio



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