4825 Tasting Notes
I have to admit that I had my doubts about this blend – an herbal blend for morning? Those of you who are addicted to caffeine like I am probably can understand what I’m talking about. (I have a feeling that most of us are addicted to caffeine here)
But this is actually quite good, and it’s invigorating! It has a very pleasing scent to it, light, fresh, and citrusy with hints of mint. Nice.
An awesome cup of tea for first thing in the morning (well, it’s first thing in the morning for me). Bold and brisk and full of flavor. Malty! Pleasant sweetness to it too. This is the last of this tea in my stash, I’m going to miss it!
Nice! I’m increasing the numeric rating on this one because I don’t think I realized just how good it was last time!
This is one of the most unusual tisanes I’ve ever encountered. It tastes like coffee!
The dandelion in the blend seems to lend a somewhat bitter tone to the background that is very coffee-ish, and the wattleseed is malty and nutty and adds a rich flavor that is also very coffee-ish. The cinnamon is distinctive and delicious.
It is very good! Surprisingly good.
Very minty! Probably the most minty tea that wasn’t an herbal tea.
I think what I like best about this blend is the wintergreen. I mean, I’ve had blends with spearmint and peppermint, but not so many with wintergreen. The wintergreen gives it that crisp scent and flavor that reminds me of Beechnut Wintergreen gum (something that is very difficult to find these days).
Delicious. I like this much better than I thought I would, and I knew I’d like it!
I just got finished writing a full-length review for this one that will be published soon on the Tea Review Blog. I really like the addition of the apricot to the classic flavor combination of ginger and peach. It adds a very pleasing depth of flavor to the fruit.
Nicely balanced. Lovely, comforting, delicious!