I drank this yesterday morning and wondered why I never finished my sample of such a pleasant tea. Thanks to my current cup I’ve remembered. The caramel scent/flavoring just isn’t sitting well with me right now. I enjoyed it yesterday but I’m seriously about to pour out almost an entire mug. I hate being wasteful :(
34 Tasting Notes
Not spicy enough for the amount of sweetness it has.
I hate this stuff. When I went to Japan I was surprised at how much less nasty the Lipton products were. Why, Lipton America?! It’s better than those horrible store-brand tea bags, but still not worth the effort. I’d honestly rather just drink water.
Nice and spicy. This is probably my favorite bagged tea.
There’s just something weird going on with this. I tried to like it, but it just wasn’t happening. I can’t even articulate why I dislike it.
Mild, sweet, and nutty. Definitely not an everyday blend, but it’s It’s interesting without being offensive. Easy to serve to non-tea people.
I can never figure out how I feel about this tea. It’s pretty good if I’m in the mood for it, but there’s something unsettling that I can’t quite place. Maybe it’s just that it’s really, really sweet.
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All of the flavors are well balanced and don’t get lost in each other. I really love how it distinguishes itself from other earl greys with the creamy vanilla. Definitely nice for a change of pace (though I did drink it constantly for about a year). Very nice black or with a bit of soy milk.
I usually prefer true teas to tisanes, so it’s surprising how fabulous I think this is. It reminds me of a lemon tart or its namesake. Rooibos provides a nice, sweet backing for the creamy lemon flavor. Amazing hot or iced.
Edit-Why didn’t someone tell me I spell like an idiot? >_<