I picked this up tonight at the grocery for a lower caffeine option while I was sick, and I’m so glad I did. It’s refreshing, a little sweet, and not too spicy. Tastes natural and unexpected.
12 Tasting Notes
Refreshing and truly lemony. Great to warm up with in the winter, or to try iced.
I love the tart cherry flavor of this tea! It’s not sweet, and it’s more black tea than cherry, but it works. If you like this, try the St. Dalfour Lemon Tea as well.
My mom got me this for Christmas, and I really wanted to like it. However, I have the same problems with it that I have with lots of other high camomile blends: it tastes like soap or a scented candle to me. My favorite part was the gorgeous pink color that it had when brewed.
One of my favorite morning teas. Great with milk and sugar, or agave. Has a nice bite and works well in place of coffee. One bag is strong enough for a very large mug.
I love this tea, but I think it’s an acquired taste. It’s nutty and strong, but if you leave it too long it gets very bitter. I brew mine on the short side, and use it for multiple steepings. It’s a great tea to wake up with, and I love watching the rice puff up as it steeps.
This is a great strong tea that will wake you up in the morning. It smells very smoky, but is very balanced when brewed. Great for people who are looking to replace their morning cup of coffee.
I switch back and forth between this and Barry’s Tea depending on my mood. This is a nice Scottish blend, but I’m not sure it’s so much better than Barry’s that it’s worth paying the extra money for it. Strong, but less of a crisp bite than some others.
This is my favorite afternoon tea. It’s comforting without being too sweet or smoky, and tastes great solo or with milk and sugar (or agave). It also does well on the second steeping.
This is by far my favorite pre-bedtime tea, and works wonders for my insomnia. It’s definitely more lemon than jasmine, but it tastes delicious and the relaxation effects sneak up on you. You can’t beat the price or the availability either.