29 Tasting Notes
It has such a nice and smooth taste, a great choice people who do not do well with bitterness. The taste a nice body to it, full of flavor, with a wonderful fruity aftertaste. I personally like the natural caffeine of tea because I am always working, but I would not leave this tea out of my list because of that. I enjoyed a lot~!! _ _
A friend gave me some litchi black tea and it has been one of my favorites~!! The fragrance of the lea leaves themselves is just so delicious~. The color of the brew is beautiful with its brown red hue. The taste is not at all overpowering, just so soothing and the litchi flower is truly magnificent. It is lovely as a night tea, personally~.
Flavors: Floral, Lychee
A friend gave me this tea as a birthday gift and it has been very nice~. The aroma is a fruity sweet and smooth, and the taste is equally as pleasant. A nice flowery wine taste (without the alcoholic taste of course~), and the aftertaste is is a nice wood and. I really enjoy it during the evening and/or nighttime.
Flavors: Floral, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Fruity, Sweet, Wood
The aroma from the can was shocking, in my opinion. It had a great scent of chocolate, a smell I did not particularly connect to tea. The color was of an amber brown, quite warm-nature. The taste was quite different from the leaves’ aroma, instead of a chocolate taste it had more of a vanilla taste. Overall, the tea was not bad, nothing to overpowering, smooth and slightly sweet.
Flavors: Chocolate, Sweet, Vanilla
Sencha is personally one of my most favorite. The fresh and woodsy aroma of the leaves is a scent I can easily distinguish and lift my mood up instantaneously. The taste itself can differentiate as well, to the preference of a person, whether they like someone bitter and woodsy or something more smooth with a small woodsy kick. The aftertaste is continues to be refreshing and enjoyable. A great choice to drink hot or cold.
Compared to other floral teas, I believe jasmine is one of the bitterest, but nothing unpleasant of course. Jasmine was one of the first teas that I stated to drink and still continue to drink it. It is bitter at first swig, which off put some people if they are not into bitter tastes, but there is a lovely woodsy and floral at the same time.
I tried out this tea last Friday and it was delicious. The color was a nice gold, bright and shiny. The aroma of the mix itself was like a mix of fruits, flowers, nuts and spices. As the aroma, the taste was arm and playful with all the variety of ingredients, sweet and nutty at the same time. Surprisingly, there was a sort of spicy aftertaste, but nothing unpleasant. Later in the week I tried it out with some cream, and it was very nice as well~.
Flavors: Citrus Fruits, Flowers, Nuts, Spices