576 Tasting Notes
A truly magical tea. I love how tropical this smells – both in the bag and as it’s brewing. It’s so fragrant and wonderful…
Oh, and the taste. Delish! Another great thing about Joy’s Teaspoon is that the teas are resteepable (is that even a word?).
This does remind me of home, as I’ve mentioned before: San Diego.
I need a little vacation in my mind this morning…
Seems appropriate to drink Valentines tea today. I love the medley of chocolate and strawberry with just a kiss of rose. I haven’t found I’m able to re-steep this as well; I like a strong, bold tea and the second infusion is inferior to the first. But no worries; this was on sale at Adagio so I got a big bag. :)
This is definitely lemon and definitely delicious, so it’s true to its name. I was actually surprised at how light yet very lemon-y the tea brewed up. (I expected a dark, blacker tea. Not sure why.)
For me, I smell more of the grassy, earthy side of this tea and less lemon – once it’s brewed and sitting in my cup, awaiting sippage (just invented a new word there). Open the package and you are immediately blasted with a pleasant aura of lemon, kinda like lemonade. But the actual taste is heavy on the lemon, with a sweetness to it. I credit the sweet grass earthiness.
Bottom line: I may mark that I have this in my cupboard, but honestly folks, it won’t last all that long. Delish!
I don’t know what Strawberry Zabaglione is, but this 52teas blend is rockin’! A blast of strawberry as you open the bag, then it hits your tastebuds as you brew up a cuppa. Strawberry tea is hard to find – good strawberry tea that doesn’t taste cheap nor bland. Frank, you are an amazing tea blender; Strawberry Zabaglione is a tea I cannot and will not live without. LOVE the bold, real strawberry taste from the first sip to the last drop. 2nd infusion isn’t too bad either.