532 Tasting Notes
White2Tea club – Sipdown.
I didn’t like the taste of this one. Dry leaf smells fruity. Taste is fruity, but has an unpleasant aftertaste. Astringent and drying.
Western style preparation (like everything lately, at work).
Flavors: Astringent, Drying, Fruity
Way darker and earthier than the other one from this morning. There’s a little bit of cocoa, like super dark chocolate. Strong taste. It gets better as it gets lighter in color. Sweeter and smoother.
I don’t like it that much. Too dark for me.
Flavors: Brown Sugar, Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Forest Floor, Sweet
Drinking a mini this morning at work. I’m not sure if I have another of these minis. It came with some others in one of the White2Tea club boxes.
2 rinses, boiling water, rest
steeps 1-2: 20sec, sweet & earthy, juicy, significant sweet aftertaste
st 3: more woody
I lost track of the steeps while I was working. Am I on 10? Consistent, sweet, earthy, and woody. Smooth and juicy, red fruit? Enjoyable.
Flavors: Earthy, Fruity, Juicy, Red Fruits, Sweet, Woody
A light cup today, but full of flavor. Creamy and thick. The aroma is very sweet potato. Tastes of dark chocolate and cocoa with full bodied mouthfeel. It’s better with cooler water. A good choice for after lunch.
I’ll re-order this once I’ve made some progress with my cupboard numbers.
Flavors: Cocoa, Creamy, Dark Chocolate, Sweet Potatoes, Thick, Yams
Sipdown. This tea smells great – very melon and very strong. It would make great potpourri for your office. As a drink, the overpowering flavoring is too much. Sometimes it’s melon-y and tastes good for a couple of steeps. And other times, it’s an overdone perfume of death to my tastebuds. I think this would be very good as an iced tea or cold brew, but I finished this off before I could do that. Not a re-purchase for me.
Flavors: Melon, Perfume, Sugar