328 Tasting Notes
A subtle blend of flavors w/lavender predominating and chamomile providing its buttery note. As this blend has lots of ingredients from honeybush, hibiscus, chamomile, hops, and lemon myrtle, it is like a relaxing, night-time “chai”. Luckily, for me, the hibiscus is not noticeable and really, this is not too lemony either. Just a smooth tisane.
I have been drinkning this for the last several nights and have been enjoying this as my last drink of the evening….And liking it more each time….
Just a nice, light brew. Sort of sweet, not astringent. No need for milk and I think this would be too light for that. Think I need to try this one more time before I can give an accurate assesment.
On a lighter note, I bought this tea solely based on the name..What a silly and delightful movie this was. Best scene in the whole flick: Meryl Streep was holding her grown daughter in her lap and painting her daughter’s nails. How much sweeter can you get?
This is one black tea perfect for the cold brew method. Honestly, when brewed/steeped traditional method, the mango flavor is overpowering and seems incongruent- warm mango? Really? I usually associate mangos w/cold treats like mango lassi, mango ice cream, mango smoothies , etc. So this is a perfect treatment for this tea.