151 Tasting Notes
This tea was my go-to tea of the summer. I drank it hot, and iced. My store ran out before I got more, but they disassembled their ‘summer collection’ boxes and I bought all the perfect pear they had. It is a wonderful tea. If it is steeped too long it gets quite tart, but only if it is steeped in hot water. I find if I cold steep it, it doesn’t get to that bitter/tart point whatsoever.
This tea is okay. I prefer blazing strawberries, and strawberry ginger because they have that little extra that gave the teas a more distinct flavour, and also strengthened the blends. This one is quite weak, but is nice both hot and iced. I like it if I am not in the mood for something heavy.. This is a nice desert tea after a big meal for sure!!
This was a really interesting tea. It tasted like berry oatmeal to me. I had it hot and enjoyed it. I never did try it iced, as it literally flew off the shelves and my store never did seem to re-stock it. I don’t think I had it enough to really even remember what I liked and didn’t like specifically about it.
I love this tea. I got it iced, throughout the summer, as it was a nice cooling treat. I bought several tins of it in anticipation of them taking it off the shelves, but they have kept it as a permanent tea!. I find the flavours compliment one another perfectly, nothing overpowering the others. I have recently tried it hot and love it just as much. I will definitely be keeping this tea in my collection.
I did not like this tea at all. I was excited a tea was coming out that was specifically pineapple flavoured, but was very disappointed when trying it. I found that the floral notes coming from the oolong really overpowered the pineapple flavour. I think if the pineapple had of been stronger, or the oolong was less strong it would have been a winner, but sadly I could not finish my bag of this.