You can taste and see the plum and you can definitely taste the cinnamon. The look of the tea is beautiful. This is what I look for in an herbal tea. Flavorful and beautiful.
I would like to taste more cinnamon.
I'll be honest, I did not have high hopes for this tea when I had it hot. I iced it down and fell in love with it. I really loved the spiciness of the cinnamon with the floral.
I was excited to try this tea by the description but the taste was okay, The second time I made it my cousin was over so I gave her some and she loved it, so I gave her the rest of the bag.
This took a couple brews to get it right and it doesn't seem to last as many cups as others but still worth it. Nice and mild. Surprising flavor for such a light tea.
I'm new to silver needle teas and it took me a couple of brews to get it just right. Use more tea per cup than you think you might need, and steep it at a lower temp (just off boil) and for longer to experience the wonderful, semifloral flavors.
This is a light colored, mellow, black tea. I like it because it’s not bitter. I think I will let it steep a little bit longer than it calls for though, because I like it a little stronger.
This tea, one of my top two favorites, is strong without being astringent or overpowering. It leaves a good aftertaste of chocolate, but it’s not drying. I don’t drink coffee, but it seems like this would be a good transition for someone trying to get away from coffee and into tea.
This is easily my favorite tea. (I prefer strong black teas with no natural sweet flavor) It's got a hint of chocolate, but it doesn't have that overly sweet carmal taste to it. It's not too astringent. It's what I drink most often. If you like this tea I also recommend High Mountain Tu Cha Black.
This is easily the best black tea I've ever had. It's smooth and earthy and resteeps well. This is going to be a new staple in my tea cabinet.