9 Tasting Notes
Not bad just disappointing. Chamomile has third billing but it is the dominant flavor in this herbal blend. There is a hint of orange in the finish and I don’t taste any starfruit. Nice enough for a late night cuppa, but nothing to write home about.
This herbal has be best raspberry flavor I have tried! I like it plain. I just tried it with a teaspoon honey for my throat (I’ve been really sick) and the tangy/sweet contrast was mouthwateringly good.
Can’t wait to try it iced mixed with black tea.
Love the savory flavor (Umami-ness?) from the toasted rice. First steep was a little weak at 2 minutes but very enjoyable. I steeped the bags a second time for 3 minutes. Both 16 ounce mugs were drained in record time.
12/04/12 Steeped 2.5 minutes. Perfect for me, so yummy and satisfying. Nom, nom, nom.
Not for me.
I have tried this several times with various brew times and cannot get past the rooibos flavor. Meh.
This made a refreshing cup. The on the initial sip I tasted a chemical wang but as the tea cooled a little the soft apricot flavor came through. The green tea was mild with little astringency. Good for nights when I want a lot of tea but also would like to sleep later.
Very meh hot but it works really well for sun tea. I use 3 bags plus one of whatever lemon or jasmine green tea that is on hand. 4 hours is plenty in the hot Louisiana summer sun.
Another vote for the nostalgia rating. I still like it and it is my go to tea when I have a cold because of the comfort factor and I can still taste it. I prefer the loose but due to the spices I don’t taste the paper when prepare with the bags