15 Tasting Notes
wow, i don’t feel that this tea deserved the harsh reviews- i really like it. I used to make lemongrass ginger tea from scratch all the time, and this pretty much hits home. Adding a bit of honey and milk makes it absolutely delectable! Perfect for when your throat is feeling a bit achy, and you just need that hot cup of remedy. Seriously, I’ve taken a sip in between each sentence, can put it down!
very rich and chocolaty tasting- kind of a dessert tea if you will. Wouldn’t get it again, but it wasn’t a bad tea.
For some reason this tea seems to be very hard to find- I believe the company is probably very small and independent. But this was an incredible tea! I had it at a French restaurant right after my meal alongside a creme brulee, and it absolutely hit the spot. it was very flowery with the lavender, but the vanilla added just the right balance. mmmmm, wish i could find it for my own!
What a ridiculous retarded American verison of a ‘tea place’… ran by a collossal cunt of a man named Brian Rudman. The bubble tea is a milkshake with half cooked tapioca pearls and it clearly looks like a place that Brian and his (ex) wife Jody wanted to masquerade as a genuine, respectable establishment. Brian = stick to being a Zionist anaesthetist and Jody… you failed actress rich kid Dallas-ite who didn’t adhere to the privileged Hockaday principles (quit attempting to be a lawyer)… total fail. Like everything else in your life, including your marriage.
The smell was definitely more exciting than the taste. Probably wouldn’t buy this again, but The fact that aroma is delicious, and the tea is just so pretty (the carrot and beetroot pieces) it would probably make a good gift- considering how beneficial Oolongs are for health and such. It’s good when I’m not really paying attention.