46 Tasting Notes
I love a good citrus tea. When I first saw the label for this, I was overexcited. The smell is excellent – just a nice orange burst mixed with vanilla.
It steeps to a rosy orange. Very pretty. I was surprised by the taste. While I got the orange-y notes and the mellow rooibos taste, it tasted a bit like bubblegum, which is not what I was expecting.
It was a long and good night last night. I needed a tea to wake me up and give me solid resolve for the rest of the day.
Just like The Purrfect Cup, I only have this mixed with Matevana. But, that being said, I’ve had Matevana on its own enough to know how it tastes.
DavidsTEA taught me that I love a chocolate tea with chili. Azteca Fire, with its strawberry notes, is lovely and sweet. I don’t drink this (or my blend) a lot because it’s a little too much for every day but it’s just enough for right now, nursing my seething hangover.
I can see why this sucker has been brought back 2 years in a row. Man-oh-man.
It’s a bit… strange to smell. It has a nice scent to it, vaguely of pumpkin and a warm caramel note, but not what I was anticipating. And certainly not what I got when I made it.
Oh MAN. ♥
I drink this a lot, especially as a latte. It’s rich and warm and I feel very relaxed and happy when I drink it. Pumpkin Chai takes me to my happy place!
Got this tea as a recommendation from a friend when I said “I like fruit teas”.
Not exactly what I was expecting, honestly. I tend to drift more towards a white or black than a green. Nice smell, a bit tart for my tastes. This is pretty excellent if you have a cold, though. Makes you feel overall better and relaxed.