5 Tasting Notes
I am literally writing this as i’m drinking the tea. I got this tea as a sample bag inside of a box of Bigelow Vanilla Chai tea I just picked up at the grocery store.I read some reviews of it before I decided to drink it, wondering if it would be something I would like. Well, it is. This tastes amazing. Only problem is, it’s soooo clove-y. Not that it’s bad, but I tasted right after I was done steeping it, before I added splenda, it tasted like I just drank some cloves. After I added 3 teaspoons of splenda and a dash of 2% Milk, the clove flavor toned down a little and I tasted the orange flavor. Needless to say, I will be buying a box of this. :)
I just bought this tea this afternoon while at target looking for oolong teas, which i couldn’t find. This has a nice flavor but I did notice that it is kind of weak. But overall it’s not bad. I tried steeping it longer to try and make it stronger, but that didn’t work. Also, the tea bag is kinda cool.
I really love this tea. It has a really nice peppermint flavor, it’s almost a subtle peppermint compared to the Bigelow variety. On a side track, this tea (bag)is excellent for bringing down lip inflammation due to a cold sore.
I love this tea. It’s semi-weak so I usually steep it for awhile or steep it while the water is microwaving. It is pretty good either way you have it, iced or hot.
This is probably the best tea i’ve ever tasted by Tazo. I was slightly apprehensive about having to commit again to another whole box of Tazo tea due to the first box I ever bought being absolutely terrible. (Tazo Passion) I can definitely taste the cocoa in it which is delicious, to say the least. I am looking forward to test the “focus” of this tea when it comes time for college finals!