11 Tasting Notes
My favorite combination ever! Jasmine and peach is a classic combination, perfectly balancing between the floral and the fruity. Just be careful to use less jasmine than peach, since the jasmine is the stronger flavor of the two.
Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Jasmine, Orange Zest, Peach, Strawberry
I really hate to rate things based on nostalgia, but it brings back memories of warming up on the cold nights of music camp many years ago. However, I still have this tea in my cabinet, and it’s just as I remembered. A light green tea flavor that’s a bit more sour and zesty than regular green tea, but very pleasant nonetheless. Makes for a good lotus latte (yes, it’s a thing, but don’t overdo it on the milk or creamer). I haven’t found any other lotus tea I like better, but to be fair, I also haven’t searched very much.
Flavors: Citrus Zest, Earth, Floral, Green
This tea is relatively easygoing on the palate, and it definitely makes a great spring or summer delight. I personally prefer it with honey rather than sugar, though it honestly doesn’t need any additives whatsoever (and you should be careful in adding stuff, since the flavor is so light that honey can become overbearing).
Flavors: Floral, Grass, Rose