205 Tasting Notes
Straw, floral, leafy aroma, surprisingly strong given that this teabag was left forgotten for a couple of years in my cupboard.
Taste is very similar to Mat de Coca by Zurit, which I tasted two weeks ago. Straw-like, but less watery. Residual sweetness is much lower, which is a good thing. Zero bitternes, zero sourness.
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Very strong peppermint aroma with traces of fennel seeds.
Licorice is much more evident in taste, but the tea is fairly balanced, with all three components well discernible.
Rally nice herbal tea, made from high quality ingredients.
Flavors: Fennel, Licorice, Peppermint
Not my first mate de coca, but first in a long time.
Smells a lot like green tea, a bit like straw, a bit flowery.
Straw-like taste, rather thin and watery. A bit of residual sweetness, zero bitterness or sourness.
Curiosity, yes. It was nice to taste it, but I wouldn’t drink it in mass amounts even if it was legal in Europe.
Nice bouquet of orange peel, cloves and vanilla, very warming, very wintery.
Very balanced taste, with base black tea nicely complimented by peels and spices. But also very mellow, one could even say a bit bland and boring.
Not bad. Just not distinct enough.
Flavors: Clove, Orange Zest, Spicy, Vanilla
Slightly spicy and earthy aroma.
A mixture of spices in the taste. Largely unrecognisable, but cardamom definitely comes to the front. And there is a solid earthy background from the base black tea.
Not bad as an everyday tea, specially from Lipton, but there’s nothing fancy about it.
Flavors: Cardamon, Earth, Spicy
Relatively strong aroma, mainly with peppermint and lemon grass plus some subtler herbal notes.
Taste is dominated (but fortunately overwhelmed) by licorice, complimented by the other ingredients in the background. Not much of the base green tea.
However, the only reason I could sense all these things was because I used the double portion (two bags). With one it would be really watery and bland.
So, although it seems a nice herbal tea, helping with the troubled stomach, it wouldn’t have much taste if brew in a default way.
Flavors: Citrus, Herbs, Lemongrass, Licorice, Peppermint
Wonderful aroma of roasted rice, milk chocolate and a bit of coffee, plus very subtle green tea notes in the background.
Velvety, mellow texture, with all the ingredients fully detectable, but nothing stands out too much. Great warming and soothing blend.
Flavors: Chocolate, Coffee, Roasted