63 Tasting Notes
This cup tastes like cheap coffee wrung out of a moron’s dirty socks. It is the worst-tasting tea in the Celestial Seasonings catalog. They ought to improve this blend. Maybe it’s not possible to mix yerba mate with black tea, but who is to say.
Jasmine Jazz is one of the nicest cups I’ve ever had. The green base is medium bodied and the jasmine is beautiful. One of the most expensive in the Republic of Tea’s catalog, this tea has a deeply satisfying taste and a vibrant energy. My troubles vanish.
This is an extremely satisfying cup if you enjoy cinnamon. There are three types of cinnamon, with cloves and orange. The base is a delicious medium-bodied black tea. I received this as a gift and I’ll never forget that Christmas. Try this cheerfulness-inducer.
I love a very exotic cup and this one is unique. White tea has a silky smooth body that soothes after a long day. The ingredients produce a wild and savory flavor. Red pepper flakes give it a subtle fire. Ingredients: White tea, orange peel, almonds, pistachio nuts, coriander, and red pepper flakes. Contains nuts.
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!”
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.