Very pleasant smell, maybe a bit too strong on the Jasmine side. Nice color, a bit light in color, but a very slightly sweeter taste for a green in my opinion.
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Reminded me of a Mocha/Latte, but watered down. Very aromatic, rich color, and pleasant taste, Good way to fool the coffee club that your in.
First thought when drinking this, Horseradish and Chinese Mustard. Odd taste, cant say I favor it, but it was something that was oddly pleasing, something different then that dirty water they call coffee. Will have to try again sometime.
Very aromatic, slight hint of a yerba I had a few days back. Flavors not too strong, in fact barely noticeable unless you over brew it. Nice color however.
Reminds of Apple Cider, just not as sweet, which is always a good thing. A little too much Hibiscus however, and then cinnamon, while Im not a huge fan, is just subtle enough to make me want to have another cup or two. Great color to it as well, and tastes great by itself, truly a lone warrior.
First Yerba Mate Ive had so not sure what to say about it, I will say this, it is definetly a different taste, close to a Black Tea but somewhere more near an Earl Grey, or so I would think, with my little experience with it. The Local Tea House, Manzanita News and Espresso has quite the variety of bagged and loose leaf teas, so I will have to try some of each. Overall I liked the Yerba Mate, didnt know what to expect though, so I will write a better review later.
Probably one of the better Earl Greys I’ve had, its not too strong but enough to say “Hey Im here inside your water”. Nice smell too. Again I drink my tea plain, so it might be better with some milk, or a bit of creme.
I drink my tea straight, no milk, no sugar, no honey, and this was a bit too much for me, the coconut was a tad bit over powering, if I had wanted a pinata colada I would have went to a bar.
As Im not a fan of cinnamon teas, my review should be regarded as having a predisposition, but I really didnt care that much for this one in general, just wasnt for me.
I love this tea, its sooo good, especially on a cold night after boredom has set in, and all you have to do is talk to people on facebook. The mint is an excellent combo with the citrus, the aroma is very nice.
Great flavor, great over all, if not the best bagged tea that Ive had, although I prefer Twinnings Lady Grey, as I am not really a fan of Earl Grey.
Not comparable to Oregon Chai, I prefer a Spicy Chai, rather then a Sweet Chai. Flavors a bit lacking, but over all a good experience. The subtle hint of vanilla is a nice addiction to the spices in their Chai Blend. Colors a bit darker then I thought it would have been.
Rather enjoy this Grey, never been much of a fan of the Grey family, but this has a very distinct flavor.
Has a nice tanginess to it, I enjoy the bite.
I really enjoy this tea, very good with a bit of honey in it, nice to just sit back with a book and read while sipping on a cup.
Very delicious, smells great, tastes good, has a nice color too it too.
Not a bad flavor at all, reminds me of Apple Cider, very good, but rather seasonal. The cinnamon is tiny bit too much, as it dries your mouth out very subtly, but overall its rather good.
Nothing really too noticeable about it, basically you could dehydrate lemon peels and steep them, and youd get the same taste.
Good blend of peppermint, not to over powering, but still noticeable, easily drinkable without honey.
Almost a bit to minty, for my taste at least, but enjoyable.