A place to talk about tea, and everything we do with it!
Also an excuse for our tea addictions.
Laura posts a review Tuesday's (and does schedule things in advance), Kayla posts a review Friday's (sometimes Thursday's)! We add extra stuff between those times!
Reading the description makes me excited. So I steeped it to the directions.
For a black tea, it is not such an opaque-ish sort of black.The color is dark, but more like how...Crown Royal looks.
So for the flavor...I do get that cedar. It has a nice, mellow (not harsh or bitter), sweet-ish, cedar-y flavor. And I quite like it. Honestly, it seems like one that may be nice to use to make a chai-style tea.
Would buy again!
Secondly is Ceylon Pekoe. I'm a bit biased, because really Pekoe is one of my least favorite black teas. So...take none of what I say to heart, unless positive.
It's a little darker than the previous tea, and definitely more of that pekoe scent.
It tastes very similar to a regular pekoe. So...I'm gonna leave it there. If you like Pekoe, you'll really, really, like this tea. If not, then you won't.