255 Tasting Notes
As autumn transitions to winter, this tea is one of few things that is keeping me from going insane waiting for autumn to end.
It is still sweet and spicy as ever, the colorfully bright citrus flavors dance as my mind drifts from the miserable rainy weather to late spring of this year in Chicago when I first sampled this blend.
The leaves have a light spicy sweet aroma that intrigues me. Because the spice is one of the first to catch, I suspect the s’mores taste might get overwhelmed.
And I was right, as the spicy chai flavor is above all the taste in this blend. It is not a bad flavor, a sweet and creamy variation with a smoky touch.
The marshmallow and others are subtle, but you catch them in different sips, as the spice still does overwhelm.
Nonetheless, for chai lovers, this is a great variation.
The aroma right when you open the bag is mind-blowingly delicious coconut, I will instantly like this.
The first few sips give me that light creamy pie taste with a subtle flavor of coconut, although I would prefer more coconut than pie.
Nonetheless, this is a great tea for any time of day, as it is light and delicious.
Very fruity, you can barely taste the white tea.
Although the citrus flavor is present, it is not a typical orange flavor, more grapefruit, which doesn’t deter from the deliciousness overall.
This was a sample that came with my Teavana orders, which included rock sugar, so it was easy steeping right out of the bag.