Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this tea to try.
I probably should have had some of this a couple of days ago, but since I hadn’t yet tried it, I didn’t want to drink something while sick that I hadn’t yet tasted and reviewed. Yes, I am a tea reviewer first, and my illnesses come second to that. It’s one of the sacrifices I make for my tea reviewing.
This is actually quite tasty. As a dry powder, I do get the flintstone vitamin smell that TeaEqualsBliss described in her previous tasting note.
This is quite sweet, and very flavorful. It is one that even at my worst point, I would be able to taste which is a good thing. It tastes good hot and cold. The cayenne is not a powerful flavor, but I can feel the burn-tingle of it at the finish. It has a very citrus-y taste with a peppery ginger finish. I don’t get much in the way of rooibos taste, which is a good thing.
I like it!