A rich black tea. It has a good balance. But it needs a little sweetener. I get two pumps of the sugar syrup. I prefer teas were no extra sugar is needed. Would I go out of my way to buy this? No.
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Not my favorite, but still a nice tea to try. Was too weak, had to add extra tea for my liking. Not the best of Den’s. It was too bitter, and I like a bitter edge usually.
Another yummy tea from Den’s. I really want to roll around in their tea fields! Brewed as stated in the instructions, comes out perfect. This reminds me of a Chinese green tea. A lush tea. And at first, it wasn’t my favorite tea. Once I had it 3 more times, I am in love with it! I am looking forward to trying it iced.
I would buy this again.
I’ve had genmaicha in the past and was greatly turned off. They always have a burnt flavor. Well, not this one! Brewed as stated, and it was perfection. Nutty, light, and sexy! Second brew was just as tasty. I will try iced next time, but loved it served hot! I tasted peanuts it in, too! Truly an awesome tea, will have it again!
I used to love the Jamaican Roast Tea I used to buy from Yogi Tea. Seems like I have the baddest luck and many places stop making my favorite teas. I wrote Yogi Teas and they recommended this one. The ingredients sounded awesome, cocoa shells? clove? YUM! But as a tea…NO! It is bland, needs a “tea” in it, and it has an awkward flavor even with it being so bland. I had to throw it out. No where near being as awesome as their Jamaican Roast Tea, and not a good recommendation!
I’ve had other chocolate teas that have been much better, I recommend going that way!
I love this tea!!! I first had it at a sushi restaurant and saved the wrapper to remember to buy it. I finally found that wrapper and bought a box. It’s lush and very green in appearence. I am in the process of trying the novice pack from Den’s Tea.
But this tea changed what I thought was green tea was. Kind of like listening to the Beatles for the first time in your life.
I love this tea. It’s super yummy, perfect when iced! I did exactly what the bag said to brew at, and for once, I wouldn’t change it! This will definitely be in rotation in my tea collection. I was even thinking of making an ice cream with coconut milk with it. No sugar needed! The coconut gives alot, though still not overpowering. The sencha is good quality, too.
Though my experience of this was from drinking it iced at their main store, I know it would make a wonderful hot tea. It smells rich and magical. I would brew it for longer, too since it was kind of light.
I like making my chai by scratch, but this blend is very nice. Makes for a great dessert brewed in a mix of almond and rice milk, no sugar needed.
I love lemongrass and I love green tea, I just don’t like this blend one bit. It was way too much lemongrass for me and too sour. Maybe I just like lemongrass in blends.
A very mild vanilla tea. Slightly sweet, not as rich as other Good Earth teas can be. It tastes like cheap white tea, but the flavor hides it gracefully. I like it, but I don’t know if I’ll buy it again.
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We tried making our true tested southern tea with decaf, but it didn’t turn out anywhere near the original. It’s a weak tea, and wasn’t a fan one bit.
This is the go to tea to make southern sweet tea. Don’t you dare use Liptons! My mom and I would make a gallon on a hot day in the summer, and it would gone before night. I prefer brewing the tea longer, my mom sticks to 5 minutes.
Want a non-cloudy iced tea for storing? Keep it out to cool before sticking in the fridge, it’ll be crystal clear!
Also, per 3 family size tea bags, we add a leveled 1/4 tsp baking soda, too. It makes it alkaline.
I used to be a big fan of this tea. I first had it at the Seattle Needle 10 years ago, bottled. The bottled tea blends the tea with apple juice and orange juice and it was addicting. I don’t know if they changed the blend when I first started drinking it, but it tastes off for some reason. I prefer the bottled tea, the blend taste different!
This tea is good for being cheap! I always drank it iced. It’s not a mild mint, it’s right in front! I prefer mint blends now, but it’s still a good, simple tea.
I easily go through a box of this tea a week. My parents have been drinking this tea for the last 25 years, so it is in my genes to be also addicted to it. I always recommend it to people who are trying to get of drinking sugar drinks. It’s such a rich tea, I don’t even think I have ever drank it hot! It’s so good cold! I like a small simmer to the water, since I think boiling the water gives it an off flavor.
My favorite part of this tea is how sweet it is!
I had the hardest time picking between the herbal teas, but decided on LSL’s blend. It’s slightly thick on the tongue while still being mild. I love it iced, didn’t even try it hot. It’s the perfect iced tea for relaxing. Only a touch of mint. I want a perfume of it!