8 Tasting Notes
I actually got this tea from Four Sister’s Soap and Tea Emporium in Richmond KY, but the ingredients seem similar on here. This tea is refreshing. It’s light. There’s not a strong cucumber taste as if I put cucumber in water. I normally don’t like white tea, but I like this one.
I like a good chamomile tea, but I’d never had one that is loose leaf. My younger brother, a tea guru as well, said that he usually got chamomile from a grocery store instead of loose leaf because it tastes the same. I would agree that the quality of the taste is pretty much equivalent to the Honey Chamomile I have in bags from Teatulia, but there’s something so pretty about the flowers floating freely in the water. The taste is smooth like chamomile, and I don’t really get any lavender taste or scent. All in all it’s a lovely chamomile tea with pretty blue bits in the mixture.
I steeped it in almost boiling water. The first cup I left in for a few minutes, but after that I just left the tea in the water until I was ready for the next cup. It’s the kind of tea that can’t really oversteep.