19 Tasting Notes
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!
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!
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!