This is a bit similar to TAZO’s Passion tea. Whether it gives me serenity when I need it to is a whole different story, haha!
I remember the first time I had an actual coffee cake. I was in school browsing the different food stalls when I encountered one which sells coffee cakes. The coffee lover in me immediately thought it was a coffee flavoured cake. It wasn’t. It threw me a bit off guard, but this tea did not disappoint as it both smell and taste yummy.
Tastes exactly like sweet apple cider but without all that sugary sweetness. Also, if you have never had cider, this tastes like an apple flavoured lollipop. 🙂
Six days in and I’m still enjoying every tea I get.
Day 3: Genmaicha
Genmaicha reminded me of the kind of green tea I would get served at at one of the Asian restaurants my family and I would always go to. I forgot what the restaurant was called but I do remember how their tea tasted like.
Green tea has always been my favourite and being able to find variations of it which tastes good makes me happy. I do get sick of Lipton’s green tea once in a while despite it being a staple in our cupboards. The roasted and popped rice adds a very distinct yet pleasant flavour I like as well.
I love the idea of a tea advent calendar. I purchased mine early and got it for about $40. If I had waited, I would gotten a spoon and a pack of filters with it for $45. However, I don’t know how fast these go so I decided to pick one up when I had the chance.
I was new to yesterday’s tea offering but not Jumpy Monkey. I tried it a few months ago because I was looking for a coffee-like tea. Unfortunately it has a certain aftertaste I didn’t like. I even ended up giving away the small bag I purchased to a co-worker who likes it more than I do.