5 Tasting Notes
I had such high hopes for this tea, especially because of its popularity on Adagio’s website. However, I was really let down by the flavors. I kept seeing reviews where people mentioned how it tasted like a chocolate chip cookie. I sadly didn’t get much of that impression. It was honestly kind of weak. Basically all I got was a cup of standard black tea, nothing special in terms of taste. I hate saying that because I really wanted to love it.
This tea is perfect for summertime and hot days in general. Pineapple, coconut goodness! It was incredibly refreshing. I’ve only ever cold brewed it and I’ll do that the next time I drink it. I’m really glad I stocked up while David’s Tea had it available because it’s a favorite of mine now.
Flavors: Coconut, Pineapple, Tropical
I prefer most of David’s Tea fruity blends to be cold brewed. They’re just so much better that way. So, I cold brewed this one for my niece, her friend, and myself. I honestly don’t remember how much I used but probably a couple of David’s Tea perfect spoon worth. I kind of winged it. I let it cold brew for about 15 plus hours. And it was perfection. The color itself was beautiful, a deep reddish pink color. The taste was phenomenal, so juicy and refreshing! Forget juice, I’ll just drink this tea!
Maybe I’m not super hard to please when it comes to tea but I find Forever Nuts to be pretty great. I got a sample in my recent order and found another sample from a previous order. Before even brewing, I couldn’t stop sniffing the tea while it sat in my For Life tea basket while I waited for the water to boil. Upon first sip, I got hints of apple and cinnamon. It reminded me of Apple Jack’s cereal in a way. I did add a splash of cream to my cup but I found it to be super drinkable without it. Overall, I do wish Forever Nuts had a tad stronger flavor but I love it regardless and plan on purchasing more.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon