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I followed brewing instructions at 212F for 4 min.
Cherry, sarsaparilla and creamy. It did have an odd, off note at the end. I didn’t like it all that much, but I might it at a lower temperature or for less time to see if I can get rid of the odd flavor. I do really like the cherry flavor at the beginning. No coffee flavor at all!
Edit: Brewing for 2 min got rid of the weird note.
Flavors: Cherry, Creamy, Sarsaparilla
I’m working on drinking down my green teas/blends. This tea has a lot of cinnamon and other warming spicyness to it. The spicyness isn’t peppery. You can taste the base green underneath.
My purchase is getting old as this was a more well rounded tea earlier. I liked this tea, but all my green teas get neglected so I won’t be repurchasing. Sipdown. 80
Flavors: Cinnamon, Spices
Backlog. I really like having this tea shop in town. I’m willing to take a chance on teas because I want to support them.
I’m slowly getting more into green teas now that my palate has evolved more. And I’m buying better quality green teas.
Dry leaf smells of lavender, jasmine, and rose.
2m, 190F, westren
tastes of lavender, jasmine and green. The rose falls under general floralness of the tea. Also, kind of spicy.
Flavors: Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Spicy
Sipdown. I mixed this with the last of Summer Solstice in a cold brew together for a fruity, citrus and super tart brew. It was okay for a cold brew, but pretty tart. Glad I was able to use them up together as they turned out not to be one of Little Woods better blends. Just too much hibiscus overall and a lack of actual tea leaves.
Flavors: Hibiscus, Tart
Backlog. Dry leaf is tart and citrus. I say leaf, but I really mean lemongrass with a little bit of black tea. I wish there was more tea in this blend. The black is lost under all the lemon.
180F, 5 min, westren, 12oz
hibiscus and lemongrass with a bit of black base. Pretty tart. I might see if some of the flavors are muted if I cold-brewed it. Or I could add more black tea the next time I make it.
Flavors: Citrus, Hibiscus, Lemon, Lemongrass, Tart
This tea is a little finicky. Sometimes it’s awesome, other times it’s too tart and astringent.
A lot of tart hibiscus, little bit of orange and a bit astringent. I think this might be better at a slightly lower temp or cold brewed. or I used too much tea. Puckery.
Flavors: Astringent, Hibiscus, Orange, Tart
Backlog. I think this tea is my favorite of all their blends.
Smoky, almost cherry-fruity, and a little bit creamy. sarsasparilla comes out more towards end of sip and more as it cools. Consistently good.
Flavors: Cherry, Creamy, Fruity, Sarsaparilla, Smoke, Vanilla
Backlog. I wanted to type this up somewhere not on my phone, but work’s been too crazy busy. Dry leaf smells great! Orange milk oolong / cream soda. Sarsaparilla.
3 min, 200F – orange, sarsaparilla, creamy middle
3min, 4 min – lost the orange, creamy, little root beer, sarsaparilla really helps bring creamsicle feeling
Flavors: Creamy, Orange, Root Beer, Sarsaparilla