18 Tasting Notes
I wanted to buy just some plain earl grey, but they were out at my shop, and this was recommended to me. I am not a fan of white tea, but I really enjoyed it.
Did I just get a bad batch? I found this awful, it tasted like floral perfume! I ended up giving the rest of mine away. Not a fan at all – not sure if it’s the honeybush or the mango flavoring that ruined it for me.
Not pleased with this one. The black tea is strong, but the spices are too weak – I might as well just buy a box of plain black tea bags.
This tea is FANTASTIC. Very strong peach flavor even without any sugar added. Naturally sweet. I will definitely be buying more when my sample runs out.
I liked this much better iced than I did hot – but that’s usually my opinion of fruity teas and tisanes. It’s sweet like juice but zero calories, which makes it an instant win in my book, but it’s not as strong in the blueberry flavor as I’d hoped.
Creamy and very soft. Reminds me of an orange creamsicle! This is a great tea for when I feel like indulging and adding a little milk and sugar.
Not overwhelmingly lemony like I’d hoped, but a little sugar helps a lot! The rooibos flavor is nice and strong and pleasant, none of the funny aftertaste of some lower quality rooibos blends.
This tea is fantastic if you’re feeling adventurous. It’s the perfect blend of matcha and popcorn flavors! It definitely has a kick of caffiene to it, too.
Tastes like fresh cut grass in a delicious way. A nice, light green.
One spice in this tea is really strong – I think it’s the licorice, but I’m not sure. If you brew too long it’s almost nauseating, so keep an eye on this one. It’s a decent minty green, but theres not much chai spiciness.