Definitely a non-coffee go to of mine at Starbucks, especially with vanilla or raspberry syrup substituted.
“Definitely a non-coffee go to of mine at Starbucks, especially with vanilla or raspberry syrup substituted.” Read full tasting note
“This was another one of the teas I grabbed while waiting in the Montreal airport – iced because at this point I was overheating from hauling around all my luggage and the stupid hoodie and...” Read full tasting note
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This was another one of the teas I grabbed while waiting in the Montreal airport – iced because at this point I was overheating from hauling around all my luggage and the stupid hoodie and sweatpants combo I’d decided to wear (I thought it would be comfortable on the plane but it was just hot). I needed something iced and refreshing, stat!
I’ll be honest, I haven’t tried a lot of things from Starbucks and I definitely have this predisposition to not take their tea offerings very seriously – so I was skeptical about how good this would be right off the bat. Even after trying to remind myself to be reasonable and open minded, I was still pretty disappointed. This tasted ridiculously sweet – especially since I’d not asked for any type of sweeteners. Far sweeter than I ever would have expected from just a regular old iced matcha. If that wasn’t enough, it was super clumpy and not well whisked at all.
It worked to help cool me down, but it was not a tasty cup – I ended up drinking it with a killer abricotine pastry from a different place in the airport and I found myself really leaning on the pastry as a crutch to munch on after taking a big swig of the tea. Usually you use a drink to wash down your food, but this was definitely the reverse of that…