316 Tasting Notes
Just got this in the mail from a tea friend. I wanted to try it cause it had lemon, although I wasn’t too sure about the coconut being in it. I’m having my first cup right now and to my surprise, it’s not bad. I don’t taste too much of the coconut, it’s more lemony and a bit creamy as well. There’s something that tastes familiar to me, I think it’s the lemongrass. Overall I like this tea. First lemon one I actually like.
Flavors: Coconut, Creamy, Lemon, Lemongrass
I might as well review this tea while I’m drinking it so I don’t end up forgetting to. I got this in the mail from a tea friend because I’ve been dying to try it now ever since I heard about it! I was so excited to try it, and it definitely smells like strawberry! Obviously I’m having my cup right now and it’s really yummy, despite being 2 years old. I can really taste the strawberry of course, and the sweetness. I am quite happy with this tea. So good!
I just made a hot cup of this ‘KANPE’ tea. It turns a lovely red colour, and it tastes fruity, but there’s also a hint of hibiscus as well. When I first heard of this tea, someone else thought that they’d changed the name to something different, like Hibiscus Punch, but I don’t think they did, because Hibiscus Punch has completely different ingredients. Anyway, I do like this tea, and it reminds me of another tea from Davids I’ve had. It actually tastes a lot like the new Me to We. But somewhat different.
Flavors: Berry, Fruity, Hibiscus
This is a very delicate looking tea. It smells great, and it tastes pretty good too. I got this mainly for the honeydew flavour. At first, I loved it. But now it’s just something I’ll drink once in a while. It’s a very spring-y tea! I was first introduced to it when it returned in the back from the dead collection in Spring 2015. It tastes definitely of honeydew, but also has a floral taste to it. Also, don’t steep it too long, or it gets a little bitter.
Flavors: Floral, Honeydew, Sweet
I’ve been waiting to try this tea – while beating myself up over the fact that I never bought it while it was still on the shelves. I just brewed myself a cup of it and I really like it. At first sip, I tasted the black tea, definitely. I put a little sugar in for taste and then it was delicious! Now I taste the orange- citrusy taste of it. Quite enjoyable! There’s also the faint undertone of pu’erh, which I don’t mind.
(I find myself trying old pu’erh teas lately)
Flavors: Citrusy, Orange
Holy Hibiscus!! I already tried this tea iced, and it was okay, but I don’t think it was strong enough cause’ all I could taste was hibiscus. This morning I tried it as a hot tea, and again, ALL hibiscus. It’s not that I mind hibiscus, but this tea is full of it. I really struggled to taste any of the other ingredients. I would have liked it better if I could taste the fruits in it as well. It’s still a good tea, but I wouldn’t drink it all the time. So, I have a feeling it’ll take me a while, since I have a big butt load of it…
I just had a cup of this blend, and I am glad I still have the old version, cause the new blend sucks. I like this one, but its not my fav tea. It tastes of mango (obviously) and not sure what else. Overall this tea is alright on occasions.
Flavors: Mango, Orange