660 Tasting Notes
Great combination of flavours with the orange, vanilla, and rooibos. I am very impressed that the hibiscus is expertly-blended (not overpowering) in this brew and gives an authentic citrus feel. This would probably be amazing as a cold-brewed beverage.
Flavors: Orange, Tart, Vanilla
Relatively mild chai flavouring which is balanced nicely with the green tea flavour. The green tea itself tastes rather bland with just a hint of deep vegetal flavour at the end of sip. I really like the warming cinnamon and ginger notes in here and they pair very nicely with the green tea.
This tea is probably best infused at boiling. I remember this tea as being one of my early favourites from when I started drinking loose leaf tea. I love the combination of black tea and peppermint flavour. There is a medium mouthfeel and the black tea is mildly detectable. It is too bad that there are so many artificial flavours in there which muddy the tea and mint taste.
Cinnamon candy-sweet. There is a bit too much sweetness in this one for the use of rooibos which has a clashing savoury note. Good mouthfeel. This tisane feels like it would give the warmth and sweetness required after some time spent outdoors on a cold day.
Flavors: Candy, Cinnamon, Sweet