drank Gingerbread by Jolly Brew
259 tasting notes

Tasting Note: A delicate aroma, similar to most white teas, rises from the steeped blend, providing a light floral element. The actual flavour is also light, consisting of chamomile notes, with a bitter caramel tea flavour. It’s both delicate and robust, but unfortunately there’s no zing of ginger or spices, making it a tad disappointing in relation to its name. Adding milk covers the delicate floral elements and allows the anise to make an appearance, however the flavour is still a little plain. On a plus, the muted notes make Jolly brew’s Gingerbread perfect as an everyday black tea.

Flavors: Bitter, Caramel, Floral

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