This is an obvious personal taste tea to me. I don’t really care for it. Too busy with too many powerful flavors other than tea. Yet I can understand how others could like it.
34 Tasting Notes
Very good bag Earl Grey. More flavor and nicer citrus note than Twinings version.
A favorite rooibos for me. The vanilla expands the natural flavor of rooibos. Good!
Just ok, unremarkable and on weak side. As I noted elsewhere, blend this in equal parts with the unremarkable Twinings gunpowder green and you get a good cup. Easily better than either alone.
Ok green tea, decent but unremarkable. Now mix it with an equal part of Twinings loose leaf Darjeeling and you get an interesting and tasty cup.
Decent cuppa, reminds me of a smoky green without the vegetal notes.
YUMMY! Loose leaf with some truvia and you have a citrus party in your mouth. I love this stuff and much prefer it over standard Earl Grays.
In the class of teabag breakfast teas, this is a go to. Nothing flashy or exotic here. Just a dependable cuppa. I drink it black with truvia.
Wonderful, full malt flavor with rich body. I take this cuppa without additives. In a teabag style I give it a 74. Yes loose leaf makes a difference.
I very much enjoy this tea, smooth as silk with no astringency. Fine cuppa straight up or with a little sweetener.