8 Tasting Notes
I drink this daily, if I have it. Drink with milk or half and half. It is stout and rich.
I don’t drink this to “detox”. I drink it for the pleasing flavor. I love licorice, and the other spices are fun. I don’t add sweetener- I think it would detract from the flavors.
This is the only tea I EVER threw away after trying a cup. It is very smokey flavored, obscuring any tea flavor. Russian Caravan tea must be an acquired taste!
This a nutty, mild tea. They don’t go overboard on the spices, either. I do love it with milk. I am glad it’s not sweet! You could certainly make it sweet, but I prefer it without. That way it goes better with cookies! I drink it year-round. For a souter cup, add 2 bags to a mug.
This tea is a lovely tea for an evening. I drink it with milk. I did not find the maple flavor too weak. It was just right for me. I am a big fan of a good cup of decaf instead of an herbal.
It is hard to describe just how much I adore this tea. It has a lemon flavor, but is never tart. So many lemon teas are tart or bitter. This a smooth, refreshing tea. I drink it without any sweetener, as it needs no embellishments. As with all green teas, do not oversteep. You can re-steep it once more for another cup/pot. They used to call it “Judy’s Lemonscent”, but have dropped her name from it. No matter. It is awesome.
Absolutely lovely with a tablespoon of honey! The orange flavor and spices just warm the soul!
Having enjoyed black currant tea for a while, I was excited to find this tea. It is a pleasing green tea, with true red currant flavor. It is light, but not sour. It is a tea to have with nearly anything.