3 Tasting Notes
This tea is the Bomb! Does anyone use that as an adjective anymore?
Well it is!
I initially ordered just a little stackable tin of it as a sample, and before i finished the small tin i ordered 200g of it. Not enough! because it’s dense you get less than a tin full. oh well guess i have to order more!
This tea is my go-to bedtime tea (i mix it with Egyptian chamomile, it’s my sleep inducing night cap) do not let the apple custard title deter you. The apple blends well so that it comes out sweet, not tart. it is a lightly sweet and creamy (if you like that sort of thing) little delightful tea that brews to a pale yellow colour and smells wonderful.
you can not help but smile as the aroma permeates your nostrils as you lift your favorite tea cup to your lips to taste the first sip!
but seriously now, most David’s Tea’s are guilty of having an artificial taste to them (you know the one i’m talking about) Although Apple Custard has artificial flavours as well, you can not taste the difference.
If you are into herbals, a hint of chamomile,and creamy teas, this one is for you, give it a try! you won’t regret it, and if you do, send it to me! =)
First post! Yay me!
I drink my teas black, and sometimes with a brown sugar cube on the side. or with a dash of milk for my beloved OP and EG teas.
I just finshed organizing my tea rack and decided to pour a cup so here is the review:
Steeped Tea’s Egg Noggin’ looks and smells delicious but i’m not sure where the orange peel comes into play.
the taste of the tea is a mild, creamy black tea with a hint of spice.
nothing more, nothing less.
It seems to me that Egg Nogg is a popular taste around the holidays but perhaps it is one that is best left as a Latte or served out of the carton.