719 Tasting Notes
First time trying English Breakfast and… Monica made fun of me. I described it as tasting of old. Not like this tea is old, but it reminds me of old things. Imagine walking up into the attic and discovering all these old stuff from childhood. THAT is English Breakfast tea for me.
Okay this tea. I got it from my mother because she knew that I liked tea, but THIS ONE. It had an odd red colour and I didn’t know what to expect from it.
I actually liked it a bit! It smelled like medicine at first (not the best smell) but after steeping for a while, it gained a fruitier flavour and it was pretty good.
Oh Jasmine, I love you so much <33
Lupicia never fails. Lupicia will always and forever be my little tea shoppe and every time I go, I make sure to get a packet of this Jasmine tea.
One of my favourites, I’ll always need at least a sachet in my cupboard to survive.
First time I drank this tea, I was testing Cara (the one who made this blend) AND SHE PASSED. Lestrade definitely would taste like this if he was turned into tea. Seriously. The second you open the pouch, it’s screaming Lestrade.
Slightly smoky and musky flavour, but oh it was good.
I got this as a sample sachet when I bought tea from Harney and oh golly, I have to thank Harney for sending me this tea! The second you open the wrapping, the aroma that comes out is amazing. Black tea, slightly fruity, and the caramel flavour was lovely.
I usually don’t drink fruity teas with milk, but I drank this one with a veeeery small dash of milk and it was amazing. I was pretty upset that I only had one sachet. The next time I buy from Harney, I’ll definitely buy some of this!
The reviews on the cite does it justice. One of my favourites :)