5 Tasting Notes
As someone who enjoys the bergamot flavors of earl grey, but in moderation, this blend is the perfect balance for me. It’s become my staple go-to tea for mornings and afternoons, and I’ll re-steep my pot multiple times. None of the flavors overpower, but instead all of them blend well into a nice subtle balance that can be drinkable at any time.
Flavors: Bergamot, Perfume
This tea is to tea, what rauchbier is to beer. Tastes like a campfire in your mouth, but with balanced fruitiness coming through. As a lover of rauchbiers, it’s no surprise I love this smokey tea. It’s a great “sometimes” black tea for my mornings when I want something with a unique flavor to start my day.
Flavors: Dried Fruit, Peach, Smoke
This became my favorite white tea for some time due to the amazing floral notes. But since the strong floral notes were so unique, it was only a “sometimes” tea for when I was in the mood for those flavors. I was sad when Teavana discontinued it, and have never found a suitable replacement since.
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This was likely the tea blend that got me into loose leaf tea over a decade ago. Teavana often had this as a sample tea, and while I’m not a huge fan of either of the individual teas alone, they blend perfectly. As someone without a sweet tooth, it’s just sweet enough, and can be enhanced with some rock sugar if you like. Very refreshing for a hot tea, and was my staple blend for many years.