A vivid and exotic cup. This one is my favorite white tea blend. It has sour cherries, cranberries, and rose petals. It has an extremely smooth body and the taste will make you say “I don’t deserve this!”
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This cup is a sensational “winter blend” black tea. Warming and soothing. I went through it very fast. People absolutely love this at a holiday party. Contains juniper berries, orange peel, cranberries, cloves, rose petals, almonds, vanilla, black currants, blackberry leaves, cardamom seeds.
This cup is a strawberry, coconut, and hibiscus herbal. It’s really a pleasure. I never see it on store shelves, probably because it’s sold out. The combination of ingredients is clever and satisfying. A wonderful tea for novel-reading.
This is one of the most clever cups I’ve found. They could call it “Double Hibiscus” as there are two sources. This cup makes me feel aware and thoughtful. The flavor is a pleasure. I rarely ever put honey in tea but a few drops makes this a happiness-inducer. This cup does contain licorice, which wasn’t necessary, but you don’t really taste it.
Hibiscus, rosehips, peppermint, West Indian lemongrass, orange peel, natural flavors, lemon myrtle, licorice and wild cherry bark.
With Eleuthero, peppermint, cinnamon, ginger, chamomile, West Indian lemongrass, licorice, catnip, tilia flowers, and natural lemon flavor this is a cup I enjoy as a calm-inducer more than a tasty treat. It does cause your thoughts to be as pure as a misty mountain top, even if I don’t enjoy the taste of some of the ingredients.
In the near future people will use strange language like “happiness inducer” and they could say that about this cup. Egyptian and Mexican chamomile make one feel sunny. The flavors of honey, vanilla, and orange do well to disguise the naturally floral taste of chamomile. This cup is excellent an hour before bed when you’re reading a novel.
To be very simple and precise, this cup is delicious. It’s essentially a cherry-spice herbal. The cherry flavor is organic and explodes on the tongue. The hibiscus gives it a nice tartness. I went through a box of this very fast. At 4 P.M. my guests want something fun and sweet and this is perfect.
This is a beautiful and exotic cup. The taste of this cup will take you to Thailand. The red and black base is velvety and medium bodied. The coconut flavor is pronounced, which is nice. The other spices are delicious. This is a tea that the majority of my guests will drink. Not all are tea drinkers.
This is an outstanding, beautiful, and elegant cup. The green tea is flavorful and light. The mint is soothing. I feel very healthy after a pot of this. Drunk neat, the taste explodes on the tongue. It makes me chant “Carpe Diem! Carpe Diem!”
The quality of the bergamot in this cup is what I call juicy. The flavor is lingering. It makes you say “What a fine day.” If you really want to taste the bergamot, try this. The base is bold and sweet, I drink it neat. I give Chad a cup of this when he’s trying to study.
A beautiful, epic, and memorable cup. A bold and malty breakfast tea, definitely sweet enough on its own to drink neat. Whoever blended this deserves a kiss. The flavor of “the leaf” explodes on the tongue. A hint of jasmine gives this cup a magical feeling. Much too nice to have only one day of the year.
This tea has a subtle melon flavor, a fine cup. White tea produces sublime energy, perfect for relaxing or working. They advertise this cup as “sophisticated”, and it is. In the hectic big city there is a mountain of stress and hurt feelings, and this cup really brings me back to Earth.
An outstanding cup. The mix of peach and ginger is perfect, and the flavor of “the leaf” is sweet. The body is between light and medium. The best-seller by The Republic of Tea has an intense sweet flavor. I buy this one routinely. A great introduction to black tea.
This is an outstanding cup. Wonderful flavor, texture, deepness, and refreshment. This herbal is so savory I’d call it hearty. Barley tea is celebrated in Asia for its refreshment quality, and the spices in this cup are a pleasure. Not expensive at all, please try some!
Ingredients Roasted barley, roasted chicory, roasted carob, cinnamon, allspice and Chinese star anise.
This is a beautiful cup! The price is very fair and the flavor is outstanding. Definitely the best “Lady Grey” I’ve found. In Germany they call this blend “Forest Twilight”. The bergamot is bright and juicy and the other ingredients produce a bold and adventurous flavor. This is a perfect introduction to black tea.
Black teas combined with bergamot oil, cinnamon, orange pieces, cloves, and vanilla pieces.
This chai is tepid. The biggest problem with the flavor is the black pepper, which isn’t advertised, and it has the strongest influence. The flavor of “the leaf” is delicious, but overall this cup didn’t make me soar heavenward. There are many better black chais, ones with more ingredients and less black pepper.
A strawberry, chocolate, and chile tisane is a wild idea, no doubt, but there is one problem. To get a decent taste you have to use a great deal of the product. An ordinary amount produces a tepid flavor. This is really a treasure of a beverage if you don’t mind the expense. This cup is great any time of day, and during all four seasons.
When my guests want a cold lime drink, I bring out Teavana’s rooibos lime instead of lime-ade. The lime explosion makes them lick their lips. A tropical blend of green Rooibos, papaya, mango, peach, citrus, rose and marigold flowers that transports even a depressed guest to the islands. Wonderful refreshing light body and bold fruit flavor. Green rooibos has a velvety character like its red cousin.
This cup is so extraordinary, 50 years ago the only people who drank it were royalty. White tea, green tea, and pu-erh cakes produce a sublime body and texture. The fruit flavor is wild and bold. I just love “transporter” teas and this one takes me to the sunny south of China. When I serve this, my guests have a look on their faces that says “You are refined beyond comprehension!”
Wild, deep, spicy, and sweet, this cup is a great value for the price asked. I’d call it a full-bodied herbal, with a truly exotic flavor. Nutty, chocolate, and spicy. The stimulant yerba mate brings a euphoric energy. My guests are like chipmunks wearing tuxedos when I serve this at dessert time. This cup says “Humanity has indeed come a long way.” Many people switch from coffee to mate and you’ll be hollering about the taste.
Roasted Mate leaves, cocoa kernels, rooibos tea, chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa powder), flavoring, white cocoa butter splits (sugar, cocoa butter, dextrose), almonds, cactus blossoms, sunflower petals and cornflower petals.
This tea contains nuts. Don’t buy it if you are allergic.
I expected greatness from this fruited green and it delivers. A light-bodied green with stimulating pineapple, citrus, and rose. Not one of Teavana’s most-talked-about but it definitely an exotic treat.
In the world of street drugs there is a term “body buzz”. This cup’s beautiful combination of oolong, citrus, and jasmine produces this feeling. I feel my organs, blood, flesh, etc. buzzing. This oolong is one of many oolongs that cause a religious experience. The flavor of the jasmine and citrus is bold. The flavor is delicious and elegant. One day I drank three pots of this and I felt very good, how a human is supposed to feel. Rich, calming, and stimulating. Hats off to Rishi!
A very, very exotic cup, and one of the best orange herbals for the price. This cup explodes with fruit. The tart hibiscus mixes perfectly with the orange flavor and the spices are more bold than subtle. Rewarding any hour of the day or night. Served iced, my guests tell me they don’t deserve such a pleasure.
This cup seems bizarre to me. If I’m not mistaken they make Wild Berry Zinger with carob. Carob in a berry flavored herbal? This is probably the worst cup I’ve tasted.