2 Tasting Notes
I was sent a mini canister of this blend to review on my blog (www.teaisawishblog.com) earlier this year but waited until Fall/Halloween to try it. I’m so annoyed with myself for waiting so long to try it because I really did enjoy it. It’s a really unique blend and it’s a good replacement for the sugar filled ‘pumpkin spice’ offered in many coffee shops around this time of the year. Had the pumpkin element of this blend been stronger this would have gotten a score of 100 from me but there was just something missing when it came to that aspect of it. I’m not sure I prefer the use of persimmons over actual pumpkin but never the less this blend is still pleasant to drink and I probably would repurchase.
You can find the full in-depth review of this blend on my blog – www.teaisawishblog.com
Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Earth, Herbaceous, Honey, Orange, Pepper, Spicy, Sweet, Vanilla, Wet Wood
My all time favourite black tea based blend that Leaves Of The World currently make. I’ve been drinking this blend for a while now and while it’s perfect on it’s own and I could drink nothing but this, it shines it’s brightest as a tea latte and the milk ( I use either soya milk or oatly barista) really amplifies the cheesecake aspect of the blends and mellows out the lemon notes a little bit. I currently have non of this left but as soon as my (self imposed) tea buying ban is over I’ll be buying so much more.
You can find an in-depth review of this blend on my tea blog www.teaisawishblog.com
Flavors: Citrus, Creamy, Honey, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Malt, Sweet, Vanilla