3 Tasting Notes
I love this tea. It’s a longer steeped tea for me, which is just fine as I tend to like teas that I can steep for a long time and not have to worry about oversteeping. I don’t like to fuss about with my teas. Although, Oolong teas are worth the fuss! But I digress, onto the hot chocolate review!
I steeped it for the duration of my cup and while it was lovely on it’s own, it really felt like a cup of earthy hot chocolate once I added a pinch of sugar and a dollop of cream to it. Then it was the chocolately treat my heart desired! Creamy, chocolately without being too sweet, with an earthy charm from the Pu’erh. It was simply heavenly and claimed it’s spot on the favourites shelf.
Flavors: Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Earth, Sweet
the first sip or two was completely hibiscus forward. I almost dismissed it out of that. I’m not a big fan of hibiscus forward teas (I’m looking at you, blueberry muffin!) but the longer it steeped, the more of the spicy almost peppery flavour of the Tulsi came out and the hibiscus faded into the background to be a supporting and enjoyable player. Well done tulsi tranquility.
Flavors: Fruity, Hibiscus, Pepper, Spicy, Tulsi