2 Tasting Notes
Take your senses on a tour with the Royal Orchid tea. A whiff of this will transport you to the most inconceivably palatial and resplendent orchid plant conservatory. A taste of this intoxicating blend may perhaps give you auditory hallucinations…
“Bienvenue, welcome to Château de Versailles, how would you like to be pampered today, your highness?”
If your answer is: “I’d like to titillate my taste buds” – Then you’ve come to the right place.
A pleasant smooth blend with strong floral notes nicely coupled with an undertone of semi-fermented Formosa oolong. Delectable aftertaste of sweet orchids without any hints of sourness fills your buccal cavity with every sip.
If you choose to enjoy this in your garden, you might expect butterflies and bees diving headfirst into your cuppa. Can’t blame them though, they’re probably thinking that there’s a smorgasbord of ambrosial flowers waiting to be pollinated on the other side of their golden demise.
Flavors: Flowers, Honey, Orchids
The dry leaves smell like chocolate, the brewed tea leaves smell like chocolate.
The tea itself tastes like hot chocolate – without the sugar.
One’s primary gustatory cortex may be fooled into thinking that the drink actually contains sugar.
Upon prolonged steeping, the tea remains smooth, with it’s predominant flavor largely undisturbed by the tannins released.
Nothing much to dismantle here – tis’ a pleasant, unsophisticated dessert tea for the sweet tooth.
One thing’s for certain is that you and your kids will probably enjoy this healthy substitute from a sugar loaded hot chocolate drink.
Flavors: Chocolate, Malt