76 Tasting Notes
When i opened my tin and smelled this tea for the first time i didnt think it smelled very good at all. but oh my is it tasty. I only brewed mine for a very short amount of time because it went very dark surprisingly quickly. I even re-used the leaves, which i never usually do with black tea and it was still amazing.
I cant really explain the tastes of this tea. It really has an amazing aftertaste though.
next time i might brew it abit stronger and try it with a little milk…
having not had much experience with oolong to date, i find this tea quite interesting.
At first it was a bit strange to me, but the more i sip it, the more i like it.
The oolong part is very refreshing but the sweet creamy parts are very… mellow (i guess hence the name). So its sort of a very refreshing and relaxing tea at the same time.
Im really enjoying this tea.
I really love this very unique christmas tea from lupicia.
I think one of the reasons i really like it was that it wasnt your typical christmas tea that is completely overloaded with spices. Its strawberry and coconut which is much more like christmas to me seeing as its summer here at christmas and not winter.
But onto what the tea actually tastes like: quite good really. The strawberry and coconut flavours are strong but not overpowering but come through just nicely.
This is probably my favourite christmas tea ive tried so far.
This tea is amazing. one of my favourite green teas of all time.
This tea doesnt sound that good, just green tea and rose… but it is so so so much more. It is a very fruity tea. so fruity infact that i think “green rose” is a bit of a silly name for it. The rose is sort of the last thing you notice about it, if you notice it at all. but thats ok because this tea is better than you would expect. I think it is the pineapple in this tea that really makes it great.
This tea is really definitely absolutely worth a try! I have bought it as a gift for many friends and they all love it. Its probably my second (maybe third) favourite green tea of all time (first being the tea centre’s japanese garden).