80 Tasting Notes
I feel like the whole ‘’people giving this tea thumbs down’’ were probably out of the loop, or hoping for something else??? This is a sweet watermelon tea!
And it is that, fabulous. Iced, of course. Add some fresh mint leaves and ice and you’re set. Agave if you please. Ice pops if you’re adventurous. Alcohol if you’re rabunctious. This is a versatile summer tea for sure. And it kinda excuses the mess eating the real thing does.
Just woke up to the mail man bringing me this after a * long * hiatus of trying new teas.
Me being excited with the ‘’iced tea’’ season what do I do?
First the smell, this tea looks beautiful and I would really keep those flowers around if I worked at David’s Tea. The smell was divine and quite sweet. Think deluxe jasmine.
So I put some ice and agave nectar. Terrific. Very refreshing and sweet. I’m already thinking of making a pitcher of this to bring on the beach…….. ;)
I got this one on Valentine’s day, in sachet form. The only time I reach for sachets is usually when I’m offered tea somewhere or I’m having a bit of nostalgia for myself. Hello, red rose? However this tea is in chunks, not powdered to death.
This is better than I expected. Then again, I like pink peppercorn and I’m a cardamom fan. I wish there was some sort of complimentary rose/lavender flavor in addition to the spices because they went quiet on the peppercorn (shame!) and marketed it as a love tea. Despite that the tea comes off liquoricy, and has a nice added touch with the ginseng.
If you like liquorice, you may fall in love with this for some reason.