35 Tasting Notes
Surprisingly sweet and mellow for a green tea with dandelion. Not at all what I’d call herbaceous or grassy, with not bitter or dry notes. I feel like whatever flavoring this has overshadows the actual title. I don’t think that’s necessarily bad, just misleading. I liked this tea and would drink it again, but probably wouldn’t purchase it. Surprisingly, I think it would work well with milk due to the vanilla/hazelnut/coffee flavor that others have mentioned.
Nice, very gentle tea. Nothing to jump out and bite you; no tannic taste or funky OJ flavor, or rooibos dryness. I’d drink this at night when I just want a hot beverage but no particularly strong flavor. Like others said, you want to shake the dust off the teabag first. I probably wouldn’t buy a whole box of this, but would be glad to find it in a sampler.
I’m so surprised by this tea. The scent of it reminds me overwhelmingly of an 80’s scratch-n-sniff sticker. It’s not tart, and it definitely has some artificial flavors going on, but it’s rather harmonious. It doesn’t have any acrid/dry herbaceous taste that I would associate with some herbal teas. This, surprisingly, would be a contender for my regular rotation of decaf teas.