9 Tasting Notes
This is a dessert tea, without a doubt. It is sweeter than I like for an ordinary drinking tea. It was even too sweet to drink with a cookie – it made the cookie seem less sweet!
An acceptable Earl Grey tea. The flavour is fairly mild, even with a long steeping. Not as bergamot-y as some other Earl Grey variations, but it’s still a decent tea.
As a frequent drinker of floral jasmine green teas, I was rather disappointed in this version. The jasmine is subdued and becomes bitter very easily.
An pleasant tea, more lemon-y than green. Very bright taste. I suggest not steeping it for too long or else the lemon flavour becomes bitter.
This tea is too sweet! To me it seemed overwhelmingly berry-flavoured and not enough rose. Even if I only brew it for 60 seconds or so, it is still too powerful to be enjoyable.
Bitter. Neither the chocolate nor chai were convincing flavour-wise.
This is a really well-balanced flavour combination which can be appreciated by green tea lovers and mint tea lovers alike.
I love the lively and slightly sweet combination of lime, mint, and honey; which are, admittedly, three of my favourite flavours for anything. I will confess that it took me +6 months to actually try the tea after I discovered its existence because I was skeptical. However, I am really happy with the resulting tea and I’m so glad I gave it a go! Note: I have only tried it hot.
A really nice blend of the two distinct tea flavours. I enjoy Earl Grey and Green teas and this Earl Grey/Green combo offers a satisfying variation on both tea genres.