35 Tasting Notes
I had it at an O’Sulloc cafe, not knowing it was an oolong blend (I was expecting it to be green). It has zero sweeteners, yet has sweet fragrance from the tangerine peel and blossom. It leans more on the sweet and fragrant side than the pungent side like some citrus teas.
I really tried to like this tea. I like all the flavors (almond, orange blossom, orange peel and oolong) in this blend, and all seemed to be complimenting each other in my head, so I thought I could not not like it, but it was really hard to do so. Every time I brew it, it came out too bitter and sharp, it just wasn’t the flavor I was expecting.
Flavors: Almond, Orange Zest
Quite possibly one of the best Earl Grey blends I have ever tasted.The scent of bergamot is very fresh, vibrant and fragrant and the texture is very smooth. I had the tea bag and you can brew one bag a several times and it will still be very flavorful. Very easy to brew. Hard to ruin this tea.
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus
Too medicinal. Description lists rose as one of the flavors but I can’t smell or taste any rose. I was expecting more woodsy and spicy aroma with the chai spices but it was way too gingery and orangey. Reminded me that of Chinese medicine. Not that Chinese medicine tastes or smells bad, it just wasn’t what I was looking for in this product.