16 Tasting Notes
I like this tea, it’s an easy drink. Only complaint would be that the taste doesn’t live up to the smell. This aroma of this tea is out of this world, but the taste is quite mild. Best brewed strong, and enjoyed clear. I have a hunch that it would make a great floral iced tea, if you’re in to that kind of thing :)
This is certainly one of my favourites.
I was in London a few weeks ago, and went to one of my “tea heavens”—Fortnum & Mason. I picked up this gem and let me tell you, it’s pretty perfect.
It’s slightly citrus-y, complemented by bergamot. The nice thing about this one is that the citrus-bergamot flavoures don’t overpower the tea. Seriously, this is one well balanced blend.
Happy to have it in my cupboard now, so I have a little cup of London every morning!
I typically like nutty teas (was quite the fan of Forever Nuts at a point), but I find this to be a bit too much for me. To be fair, I am the person who picks around the Brazil nuts in the nut mix and goes straight for the cashews, so it’s no surprise I’m not a big fan of this tea. I find the Brazil nut flavour is too strong, and after having it a few times, that it tasty almost…musty.
Overall, not the worst experience, but not a tea I’d drink again.
Love this tea. Minty and slightly chocolate-y, a great, light, afternoon tea. I appreciate that the chocolate notes are not as artificial tasting as other teas claiming to be “chocolate.” Quite addicting. Best taken clear.
I’ve only ever had this iced, but I really enjoyed it. Tastes mildly fruity, but ends with a slight vanilla flavour. Guayusa was a new experience, found it left me very energetic and feeling great. Would certainly have this tea again.