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.
5 Tasting Notes
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.