8 Tasting Notes
This isn’t actually tea at all, rather a hot juice drink. That said, it’s still quite tasty. I imagine it would be lovely with a little cinnamon sprinkled on top.
I adore this tea. It is probably my favourite flavoured tea that I have tried. I only ordered the 15 teabags to give it a try, but next time I will be ordering the largest quantity available. :D
This is not a tea I’m crazy about. I’ve only tried it hot, both with and without honey, and neither time it was too great. I might give it a try iced, maybe that will help it.
This is just okay. Not the best green tea I’ve ever had, but not horrible. I much prefer it iced to hot. (Use a kettle of boiling water with five tea bags in a pitcher, let steep, then fill the rest with cold water and let sit in the fridge for some hours before drinking.)
Very nice with some honey and lemon—perfect for a sore throat.
Tried a cup of this at my mother-in-law’s and it was wonderful! Had a strong grassy aroma that didn’t make me feel like I was about to have a hayfever attack. :)
This is one of my favourites when I’m not in the mood for caffeine. Delicious and sweet without adding anything else to it, it also calms my nerves and my stomach (I have excess acid). I could easily drink this every day.
I absolutely adore this tea. I tried it when I first visited England in October 2010, and now it’s my daily cuppa. It is quite strong, but the flavour is rich and satisfying.