18 Tasting Notes
This tastes the way you think a health tea should taste : very earthy, hint of ginger, and a salty edge. I feel so self-righteous when I drink this, like I’m doing something good for myself, but it’s not exactly the best tasting tea in the world and it certainly isn’t my go-to.
The dry scent of this tea is definitely Hubba Bubba. I expected it to have more of that alcoholic tang and I couldn’t detect anything of the sort.
The scent of the steeped tea is decidedly fruity, with a sour edge. The taste is a little tangy and peachey, but not in the least bit like alcohol. This isn’t a BAD tea, but it isn’t great, and won’t be a repurchase for me.
Dry, this smells amazing, though very little like chocolate. More like raspberries.
Brewed, the smell is hard to place: kind of fruity, but a little more earthy (likely from the chicory.) The taste is lovely, but definitely not super chocolately; it’s really all about the raspberries, with a little bit of sweet earthiness (again, that chicory!)