41 Tasting Notes
Hmmm dry this tea smelled just like forever nuts. The taste is a bit hard to describe (and I’ve never tried Kanpe tea), but it was fruity and I guess picked up that oatmeal cookie factor of forever nuts a little bit…with a hint of tartness. But there was a super fancy piece of cinnamon stick in my tin which was neat.
It was an enjoyable day 10 cup of tea to have last night, but it’s nothing that I would rush to the store to try. It doesn’t really stand out as a unique tea, but maybe I would need another cup to make sure.
Hmmm. I’m really disappointed and I never thought this day would come, but I think this is the first cup of DAVIDsTEA that I try and don’t like so much! I’m really not a fan of licorice, and even less of a fan of pepper, so I was a little bit worried to try it out on day #9 of the advent calendar.
I didn’t really get the licorice taste, which was nice – but it did end up tasting like a peppery cup of mint tea :( And it’s a shame because I LOVE mint…so I added a sprinkle of sugar, which made it more bearable, but I don’t really want to make the other cup left in this mini sample tin. So sad :(
This tea is just divine! Like others have previously mentioned, it’s so smooth and creamy-minty-delicious. I find it tastes better and better as the cup cools down a bit. I could and would drink this every day! Definitely getting me in the mood for the holidays and the first snow – when I will hopefully be curled up with a cup on my couch :)
It makes me a little bit anxious for the end of holidays though, when it will start disappearing…eek!
Absolutely amazing. I think I will be dreaming about this one until I can have my next cup tomorrow. This smells exactly like Terry’s Chocolate oranges and tastes a heck of a lot like them too! I honestly have to say that this is the most chocolatey tasting DavidsTea I’ve tried yet.
Must must must!
(Also, not bad upon re-steeping!)
Really warm and tasty tea. This reminds me a lot of the Second Cup Holiday blend, but better. I’m normally not a fan of pears, but I don’t find it takes over too much, so I don’t mind it. The cranberry flavour really comes out nicely too. This is the perfect fall to winter transitional tea.
Today is rainy and blah so I decided to keep this as a hot cup of tea even though it is screaming to be iced. I know people might be hesitant to drink this hot, but it’s really good! Really warm, sweet, and creamy. Really nice.
I have never tried lime bang or any of the other lime teas from DT, but I really like this one. It kind of reminds me of Dreamsicle for the creamy and sweet factor, but it’s pulled off way better. I really hope they keep this one around – I think i’ll be craving it from time to time.
Hmm it’s kind of sad because I was discouraged by the salesgirl from buying a bigger quantity because she said it smelled like paint drying and warned me not to let it steep for too long or it would be too full of caffeine…so I only bought enough for a few cups. The first cup I steeped I forgot about and had to dump, which was sad. Finally, after I re-steeped a hot cup of it I thought it was really nice. It tastes like peachy juice and gave me a nice boost. No taste of paint thank god! I’m sure it would be great iced.
Cold 911 has been my best friend for the past few days. An unexpected mini-cold hit me at the worst time possible and I needed instant relief. The smell of the tea is incredible and strong with mint and eucalyptus – instantly clears your sinuses even if just for a brief moment. I really let it steep for over the recommended time thinking that it couldn’t get too strong and I needed all of the help I could get. The taste is really nice. It was much more mild in the medicinal quality and just nice and sweet minty with a nice touch of orange at the end.
This tea definitely helped me feel more comfortable while I was sick and my cold is mostly gone now. For fun, I also tried mixing it half half with the Immunizer for an extra healing kick and it tasted really nice!
I kind of really like this tea – it’s growing on me with each cup. It smells like delicious, sweet buttery popcorn and it tastes like it smells. I don’t really pick up on the maple so much as I do on appley-sweet (but that’s okay because I’m not a fan of maple…). Also, the green tea taste is mostly absent. Like everyone says it is a bit on the weak side, so I just steep it for 5-7 minutes.
This is great when I’m craving popcorn or as a nice dessert alternative from the usual chocolatey or rich flavoured dessert teas from David’s. Yumm!