125 Tasting Notes
I bought 25 grams of this tea because I was looking for something to drink in the afternoon/evening while I am studying that would also do my some good. It has a wonderful cinnamon smell and when you steep it there is a nice golden colour.
I have to say I like the flavour, floral with a hint of apple, but it isn’t overly strong. I prefer stronger herbal blends, so I don’t know if I will get anymore of this one. Maybe I just need to add more to my pot, or it might be better iced.
A sweet slice of fall heaven. Tastes like pumpkin pie, particularly good as a latte. The perfect thing to drink in between the summer and winter, as it is starting to bring in the spicy flavours I associate with Christmas without being exactly like them. There is a reason my Davids sold out of it the first week they brought it back. This tea IS fall.
This tea makes everyday a party. It has a delicious rooibos flavor without being too rooibos-y (I don’t know if it is just me, but sometimes I feel rooibos can taste too much like a bush) mixed with vanilla and cream.
I love it in a latte with a bit of agave. I can see how people say it is like Oh Canada, but I like this one a lot better for whatever reason. It is better with milk, I prefer Oh Canada straight.