47 Tasting Notes
Another great piña colada tea. I only got a sample, but I think I’ll be ordering more. I really dislike hibiscus, so I was afraid I’d dislike this tea, but it’s not too noticeable. It gives the tea a really lovely light pink color and a bit of tartness.
Flavors: Coconut, Pineapple, Tart
A delicious piña colada iced tea! I got this as part of a clearance sale over the winter and saved it up for the summer. Sadly, I don’t think they have this flavor anymore… 10 oz boiling water poured over ice.
Flavors: Coconut, Pineapple
I LOVE licorice teas. This one is sweet and spicy and definitely has a nice licorice flavor to it. But I saw that David’s is retiring it?! Oh no! I saw Wegmans has a fennel tea as well so maybe I’ll try that next.
Flavors: Licorice, Spicy
Oh god, this tea tastes horrible and has the worst aftertaste I’ve had from a tea. Normally I don’t much like early grey to begin with, but I love chocolate so I thought it might be alright. Plus I’m a sucker for limited/seasonal teas. But no!! Awful! Literally not my cup of tea!!
I got this as my frequent steeper reward. I was like mwahahaha, I’m getting a $17 tea for free! Still, I feel nervous about drinking a tea so expensive. And while it’s good and I can tell it’s good quality, I don’t think I’d buy it for the price. It’s not mind-blowingly amazing. I definitely get the sweet lingering taste at the end but I don’t actually taste it as honey, per se. Just a general sweet flavor.
Maybe fancy blacks aren’t my thing, and I’ll just stick to flavored teas.
Flavors: Malt, Sweet