33 Tasting Notes
This tea surprised me. When smelling it, it was overpowering and I feared it would taste as such but brewing a cup proved to be quite the opposite. It’s a very pleasant tea that I would drink when not even sick. When sick, I know this will probably be one of the first ones I take off my shelf. It was mild, and with a little honey, sweet and delightful.
Definitely recommend picking up a tin of this or more.
I got Bear Trap after reading about it online from DAVIDs. I enjoyed it the first few sips but after it seemed to fade. I question on whether adding something would have brought it up but that’s for another try.
I did enjoy the berries but it has a bit of a bitter aftertaste after a while. I’ll definitely keep a small amount in my cupboard for days when I feel like getting a good dose of health.
This was one of the first teas I tried from DAVIDs. The first time I tried it I found it was a bit lacking but I assumed I had steeped it wrong. That may have been the case. The second time I tried it – with a bit of honey – I drank it all in no time. It reminds me of standing in line at a Tim Hortons waiting for a Maple Doughnut with a wonderful aftertaste.
It will definitely be in my cupboard for a long time.