Tillicum Valley Tea CoEdit Company
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Recent Tasting Notes
Delicious green tea with a hint of Cherries – this is the perfect green tea that balances out the “greeny grass” flavour with Cherry blossoms (petals) that you can see right in the loose tea. You can control how strong or weak – I prefer this tea medium strength. Very nice flavor.
Finally found this tea, not easy to track down company, but Davison Orchards carried it. ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! The fruit taste blends very well with the black. This is a strong flavoured full bodied tea that I drank black with a bit of honey. A bit of cream or milk makes it really yummy too if you like some peaches and cream flavor. My sister made it as an iced tea and added fresh lemon piece…. SUPER YUM authentic iced apricot tea that was thirst quenching.
There’s not really much to this tea I’m afraid – just a sort of vague fruity flavour. Other than that it just tastes like your standard Ceylon black tea. As much as I like supporting small companies I haven’t been thrilled with any of the teas this company blends so far.
Special thanks to Jillian for this one! This is the first tea I have had from this company!!!
HOLY Brambleberries, Batman!
I was afraid because this is chalk-full of fruit, Rosehib, and Hibiscus. BUT…you know what? This isn’t half bad! I’m pleasantly surprised! This is a sugary-fruity-juicy-berry-yet-tropical-mesh of flavors and it works well!
WOW! I can taste those scary ingredients but the strawberry, pineapple, papaya, Raspberries, and Apple are present – and more in the forefront – to counteract the dreaded hibiscus. YAY!
I’m drinking this hot but think it would be delightful iced!
Not too shabby!
I’m typing this up as I wait for the first trick-or-treaters to ring the doorbell and I figured I’d make myself something autumn-y to get in the spirit.
I love the strong, ‘real’ apple flavouring of this tea but the black tea base is just so flat that it takes away from the whole thing. Oh well.