38 Tasting Notes
I like the blend of citrus and cinnamon, however the herbal base isn’t strong enough to handle those strong flavors.
A better than average green tea blend, plus the pomegranate flavor mingles well with the matcha!
Love me some Moroccan Mint! The best way to get my mint fix!
I think personally I’m not a big fan of plum and cinnamon and the tea was very sweet. Overall not a terrible blend, but not a great one either.
Like most mint teas, they need a hint of some other subtle flavors to really bring out the strength of the mint. This one does a good job at being complex and quite tasty!
Quite delicious, especially with a hint of honey. The hibiscus, lemongrass and orange peel really help give this lemon tea a complexity.
I love mint, but this comes off a bit bland, even for a straight mint tea.
To this day, one of the best examples of how good rooibos can be. Most rooibos blends go straight for tons of sugar, etc, but this one had a lovely tartness that balanced the natural creaminess of red tea.
The flavor profile is GRASSY and that’s the key word to latch onto. Kinda dull and tastes like sipping down a brewed cup of grass.
I used to drink this solely as a vehicle for ginger, because the blend was incredibly astringent and left a stale taste in your mouth.