The original intention for this review was to taste a white, green, and black tea from Nepali Tea Traders. However, I received the same green tea, Emerald Spring, in my Amoda Tea monthly box, so I gave it its own review.
“A fusion of energy and tranquillity from both Black and White Chinese tea.”
Review: When I originally received this tea the mail, the leaves were very broken. This may have happened during shipping since the tea was not sent in a bubble wrapped envelope or box. From my understanding, broken leaves may change the taste of the brewed tea.
That being said, the dry and wet blend smelled very grassy. The liquor was subtly floral with grassy aftertones. It left my mouth feeling slightly dry and was a deep yellow. Since it was a black tea and white tea blend, the flavours were very delicate (3/5 rating).
Description: This sweet, fragrant black tea blend has all the aroma of a fresh baked coffee cake.
With sweet cocoa and almonds, this rich black tea tastes just like the classic treat.
Review: The dry blend smelled nutty; however, the liquor tasted like artificial chocolate and slightly roasted (2/5 rating).
A super smooth black tea bursting with the flavour of ripe blackberries and raspberries. – via Amoda Monthly Box
Review: Living up to its namesake, the blend smelled and tasted of berries, especially blackberries. Very refreshing (4/5 rating).