7 Tasting Notes
I was really excited to try this tea as I love fruit-flavoured green teas. Most of my green teas are loose leaf and haven’t had too much experience with pre-bagged tea. This tea smells quite delightful but I was very disappointed in the taste. I can’t quite put my finger on what it is but something doesn’t taste quite right. I will continue to use it when I am running out of time as I’m out the door
I have never been a fan of apple cider but I love spiced apple teas! This is one of my faves to have especially on the evening shift (yes, I currently work there). I will likely have to buy a box before I leave this job :)
I never really liked Earl Grey because I used to only sweeten tea with honey and would usually drink this one black and didn’t enjoy it at all. After working in a coffee shop and often smelling the sweet aroma of Early Grey, I got a craving for it and finally tried my own cup. I sweetened it with brown sugar and now this is one of my quick go-to teas in the morning!
Not the best tasting tea I’ve ever had but it is definitely effective in helping my body fight off a cold! Will always have some of this tea on hand :).
Tip: I tend to use each teabag a few times throughout the day to get lots of fluids in me and to limit costs.
A very nice sweet tea. At times a little too sweet, best to have when you particularly have a sweet craving. Would love to drink while watching a movie but I usually watch movies in the evening and tend to avoid caffeine too late in the evening.
One complaint-there doesn’t seem to be many green tea leaves in it, sometimes struggle to get some out!
This is the first Oolong Teas I have purchased. It was quite good but it was also pretty expensive. Likely wouldn’t purchase this one again.
One of my favourite teas of all-time. It reminds me of a very light apple cider. Once or twice I have let it steep too long and it was still delicious! Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a fruity green tea :)