25 Tasting Notes
I was a little skeptical but this tea smelled so divine I couldn’t pass it up! It smells like fresh baked lemon pie or lemon bars. The smell alone makes this a wonderful tea. It’s not bitter.
And the taste? Tastes just like fresh baked lemon pie. This is a great tea that I think I’ll have to buy more of!
It took me a long time to determine what this tea smelled and tasted like but when I figured it out, every time I take a sip, I cannot stop thinking about Winter and Christmas.
It just smells like the season I suppose. It’s a really tasty tea that smells just as good as it tastes. It has a hint of coco taste and the cinnamon, while prominent is not over powering. Great tea.
This was my first experience with David’s Tea. I have to admit I was a little reluctant to try this. After all, the name isn’t so appealing but I ordered it so I figured I would try.
The smell is a little off putting. However, the taste is pretty good. There is a slight aftertaste that is not bad, but a bit surprising. I had a chance to try this warm and then cold as I left it after it steeped to shower. I’ve had the rest with some nice frozen yogurt. Yum.
I was looking for a cheaper breakfast tea that still was of good quality so I decided to try this one. I’m pleasantly surprised. My first few sips were a bit bitter but I think I might have over steeped this one just a bit. However, it doesn’t seem so bitter now. Added a vanilla cream and sugar.
I was a bit apprehensive about trying this tea at first. Fruit flavored black teas aren’t really my favorite usually they taste too fake. However, this one doesn’t. I don’t really taste the peach. It’s a really subtle flavor. I taste more spiciness from the ginger than anything. I’ve had a few other ginger teas that have been way over powering but this one is not. This was tried warm. I have yet to try it cool.