Floral beauty! This tea has a sort of natural sweetness to it that is extremely pleasing to the palate. The aroma and the taste make this tea refreshing, and I get a good kick from the natural caffeine!
16 Tasting Notes
Earthy, herbal, cool, and subtly sweet. The cocoa and mint flavors are very well balanced, and the honeybush gives it’s signature very mild sweetness so this reminds me of a chocolate mint candy my grandmother used to always have when I was a child. Pleasant!
Yay for this tea! I don’t like to add sweeteners to my tea, so I have struggled for a long time with hibiscus teas since they are so tart in nature. This one, however, is splendid with the addition of a bit of stevia leaf in the blend. The blueberry works so beautifully with the hibiscus. Refreshing! It makes me think of Summer!
Spicy, rich, soothing. A great tea for after a great workout! Turmeric and ginger are fantastic for their anti-inflammatory properties. Definitely delicious!
As soon as you open the package you think you have just cut into a ripe, juicy apple or opened a crock pot of spiced apple cider that has been stewing for hours! The color is a gorgeous golden-red. The cinnamon note is prevalent, followed by the sweetness of the apple and the earthy rooibus. The apple definitely clings to your pallette and lingers with the spice and rooibus. Excellent conglomeration of flavor with nothing overpowering. Aromatic and playful! This tea is Fall and I love it!
A very strong black tea. If you’re a coffee drinker trying to get into tea, this is a good place to start. A bit tannic, but robust. My dear friend from college who has been living in England brought me a box of this as a gift. It is my lifeline for staying alert in my night shift work.
White teas are my favorite because of their light, subtle, often beautiful tastes. This tea does not disappoint. It is an excellent blend of the flavor of the tea and the flavor of the fruit. A sip begins with the smooth, refreshing taste of the white tea and then finishes with a lovely blend of the mango and peach flavors. I think I taste more of the peach than the mango, but I’m okay with that!
My first fore into the world of yerba mate, and boy is it great! Earthy, naturally sweet, spicy, and strong! this tea has a rich creaminess from the cocoa even if you don’t add milk. The flavor and aroma linger on your lips and tongue in a fantastic way. It’s kind of like drinking a really delicious chocolate bar! Plus it is organic AND fair trade!
Not bad. Although pretty tart (hello, it has pomegranate in it), I can drink it without sweetener. I get the fruit notes all the way, but I definitely don’t get any green tea flavor, especially considering this has matcha in it. Not my favorite, but not the worst.
Oh spicy teas how I love you! A cuppa this tea was a great way to enjoy a crisp Fall night! The blend of spices takes me to a warm place in front of a fire on a cold night. Or maybe in front of an awesome bonfire hanging out with friends. I love the notes of clove!
A floral, earthy bouquet of goodness! I picked this tea up when my sister-in-law and I were doing a stay-at-home tea room day on a budget. She had mentioned a great rose tea that she has had at a hookah bar she likes, so when I saw this at Kroger I jumped. I have always been a fan of Tazo, so this was a really pleasant find! I was honestly surprised that a tea with rose petals as a main ingredient would be so good. I was afraid it would taste like soap, but with the other ingredients it was great. I was also excited for the potential mental/emotional/physical benefits given the presence of the valerian root which is often used for aiding sleep and easing anxiety (something I can also use).
Lemongrass, mint, chamomile, ginger, and – who knew! – catnip! Agreat relaxing blend. I love this at work, but I also love drinking it when I have a cold. It’s comforting. Maybe I will start offering it to my clients!
I love this tea! It is demure in all the right ways. Light, refreshing, subtly sweet without any sweetener. It has citrusy sweetness and tartness without the tartness being overwhelming.
This tea smooths out the stronger edginess of straight peppermint tea with the lighter coolness of spearmint. I like to steep this for longer than recommended because the aroma just gets better! A great everyday addition at the end of a good meal as mint is good for your stomach and digestion. Plus it fights the whole bad breath thing. Always a plus in my book!
I am very intrigued by the ingredient of African honeybush as I have run across it in a few teas that I have recently tried. It seems to add a pleasantly light sweetness. I love that the orange and mandarin notes sing in this tea with the same sweet/tartness that you get when eating the fruits themselves. I bought this tea to share with my sister-in-law the day we had planned to go to a hooka bar that she says has excellent teas. Unfortunately the hooka bar was closed, so we had to make our own fun. I bought this tea because the name sounded like something that you might find in a nice tea room. I would describe this tea as demure in all the right ways!
I love the refreshing nature of this tea! I am very picky about fruit flavored teas as some without sweetner can be a bit too tart for my taste, but this has the light fruity flavor of the peach without any tartness. I also don’t typically do sweetners in my teas, but this was just right. An excellent tea for a hot summer day!