305 Tasting Notes
I did not think it was possible for hot tea to taste like ice cream. But it does!
This is so tasty. I just love it.
The chocolate is sweet and not so over the top chocolate. Nice.
The strawberry is juicy and luscious. Very Nice.
The vanilla brings creaminess to this blend. Sweet:)
If you like cinnamon, you may like this. If you want a mild black tea that can be drank without any additives, you may like this. The orange is not present in this tasting session, the cinnamon and clove are all I taste, that is ok with me, I like both of these flavors in tea. Overall, I like this tea. It reminds me of simpler times.
I am generally not a rooibos fan, but this one is drinkable. A good caffeine free choice for night time drinking. With this particular tea, I am left wondering “where is the gingerbread?” All I taste is orange, that’s not a bad thing, just wanted something more comforting.
A beautiful tea full of bright orange shavings and plump cranberries. If I chose my teas based on dry leaf smell….this one smells of perfume to me, I would not purchase this tea. Once brewed, the perfuminess goes away and you are left with a juicy tea. This is really delicious hot, but it really shines as an iced tea. The flavors are bright and crisp. I highly recommend this tea:)
Snow on the ground:) PG Tips in my cup. I am enjoying the robustness of this blend more and more. Someone once said in their tealog that tips were similiar to GM Sinharja, I disagree. Tips are more robust probably because of the Assam in the blend. Sinharaja is much milder in comparison to tips. Sorry, just me rambling on about tea. Both teas have a permanent place in my cupboard.
Second infusion today, I added Hazelnut creamer to my cup. Delicious! Now, I really remember why I loved this tea so much. You can add different flavored creamers and get a totally different cup of tea. Don’t get me wrong, the tea is good all by itself…I just like the versatility of this tea:)