15 Tasting Notes
I rarely keep flavored white teas around, but when I do, they’re White Ambrosia. It has just enough flavor and lift from the coconut to be pleasant, no sign of crassness or acidity from the pineapple, and the flavors do not overpower the delicate tea. This is exactly what I need on the very rare occasion that I just need a little blink of energy at 4 or 5 pm.
This tea— milky, creamy, smooth, light, subtle— is to me what I’d imagine sunlight to taste like on an Island morning. I am not even joking. Nope. No exaggeration here. Literally, it is that good. A wonderful representation of a scented Pouchong! A world-class ambassador for flavored teas.
Best blended Pu-Erh I’ve ever had! In fact, it lacks a lot of pu-erh qualities of earthiness, but retains the absolutely richness of liquer and smoothness of body. The vanilla and mint mingle and slide together into the most perfect representation of tea as dessert. Amazing first thing in the morning.
I rate this highly for a black tea. This was one of the first black-teas I really could get into, picked up in Melbourne and sipped lovingly all the way up the coast and into the Daintree over the course of a month. It brings back fond memories and I’d love to have more of it. Another fine tea from T2…
This is my favorite ‘sleepy’ tea, completely free of Chamomile, which is what I search for. This sets the bar for ‘night time’ teas for me (as opposed to simply herbal— I consider the use of ‘calming herbs’ to make a tea a night-time tea).