6 Tasting Notes
I find the other reviews confusing on this product. My experience has always been that it is so creamy and sweet that I can only tolerate 1/4 of a cup. It’s somewhat of a ‘novelty’ tea for me, and I bring it out when I want to share something different with friends. A conversation starter if you will, because of its such unusual creamy taste.
Perfect addition to T2’s Pumping Pomegranate in an iced tea blend. Adds an even fruitier taste.
This was the first ever iced tea that I actually liked! It’s opened up a whole new world for me with iced teas. I adore the fruity flavours and always have it made in the fridge, even in winter. Once cooled, I like to add slices of kiwi fruit and strawberries. Gives it that little extra sweetness that some sugar addicts in my family think it lacks. Personally I find it just sweet enough, if left to steep for at least 10 minutes.
I’m the type who drinks their Chai ‘straight’, no milk, honey or sugar. I love the spice of Chai and think it can stand on its own. This is a very nice addition to my Chai collection, a little bit harsher than some other’s I’ve sampled. However, I’ve still given it to someone who’d never tried Chai before and they seemed to enjoy it.
Nice as an addition for my berry based iced teas. I can’t stand the very very sweet taste on its own, but certainly is essential in summer for me.
Sooo nice! One of the first teas I tried when branching out into the ‘tea world’. So warming and slightly spicy from the cinnamon, perfect blend, like a hug.