797 Tasting Notes
Dry leaf has an artificial aroma.
Good balance of flavours. I am distinctly tasting pear and cinnamon. The hibiscus is not too overpowering and is expertly blended with the rest of the tisane. Nice sweetness which is tipped with the tartness of the hibiscus. It give the tisane an authentic fruity feel. I can taste an artificial note in the brew near the end of the sip.
Colour of the liquid is a red apple red.
Dry leaf has strong aroma of alfalfa.
Brewed tisane has strong aroma of steamed spinach with a lighter note of barn smell.
Brewed tisane has a strong spinach flavour with a strong bitter note. There is a sharp sweet note that comes through an blooms into a matcha-like taste while it mixes with the bitterness.
This is certainly too bitter for me. I may have to try to infuse it for less time in the future.
Flavors: Spinach, Sweet
Dry leaf has a very nice cookie aroma.
I can actually pick up white tea in the brewed tea flavour. The flavouring really does remind me of cookie dough- I’m detecting sugar, vanilla extract, chocolate chips in her flavour. Good balance of flavours, especially with the white tea being able to shine through.
There still is a bit of a muddy edge to the taste, which I normally will find in DAVIDsTEA blends, but this is certainly one of the better flavoured tea blends I have tried.