5 Tasting Notes
This is a sweet tasting tea that isn’t over whelming. It doesn’t need much of a sweetener because of the blood orange. It also takes on a rich red appearance, lending it to the name. Something to drink when winding down for the night and won’t keep you up.
While the score isn’t an indication of the brand of teas One Good Woman carries, it’s probably my fault. I was looking for something to drink and saw that I hadn’t tried this one yet. The cranberry is very mild and nothing overwhelming. It’s that little touch of the fruit.
Unfortunately, I might have left this on the shelf a little too long as it did have an ‘old’ taste to the leaves. I will get some new tea and try it fresh.
This is one of the few green teas that I really like. The lemongrass is mellow and the strawberry gives it that PERK of fruit but doesn’t overwhelm everything. It is a soothing cup of tea, suited for summer, but it is always good to drink something hot on a cold day.
This is a very nice black tea. Steep for about five minutes or so. It has a smooth vanilla taste. Just a little bit of sugar/splenda and taste. Milk wasn’t needed at all.
I’ve never been a big green tea drink but I find that this is my go-to in the morning. I usually steep it for about 3 minutes or until it’s a nice amber color and drink it. The spearmint is a lovely taste and the gunpowder gives it a smokey undertone.