38 Tasting Notes
I love Earl Grey and I love Rooibos. After the initial brewing released the bergamot scent, I didn’t get much, if any, of it in the scent/flavour. Tasty as a Rooibos tea, not sure I’d call it an Earl Grey though…
Love mint tea and this one is perfect!
Received a couple of samples? I get the black tea, though it’s a bit weak. Not getting much sweetness, so I added a bit of coconut milk and agave nectar. Not bad, but not amazing. Ah well.
Smells nicely minty, with just a hint of the lemongrass. Hard to go wrong with mint – we’s be mates!
Some people aren’t fans of Rooibos – that’s fine – they can give it all to me! I love Rooibos (and honeybush) and happily could drink it every day. This one is plain and wonderful!
Decent, not-too-strong-but-strong-enough black tea. Use sugar to sweeten. Great way to start the day! I leave the tea bag in the whole time, with 2 cups of water.
Very tasty. I love cinnamon (and this is heavy with it – though it seems a bit of an artifical “candy” cinnamon smell and taste), and rooibos (can’t really taste that), and chai. Added a dollop of “french vanilla” coconut milk (“coffee cream” version), and it is quite delish!
I was hoping for “creamsicle” orange and mint – mostly just some tart taste (hibiscus? gooseberries?). Strong enough, but I’m not a fruity tea person. Meh.
Mild and very nice. Not sure if it helps with cramps, but I drink it every month at period time.
I tried this last night. It’s a loose tea, and I may have added too much (2 heaps teaspoons to 2 cups water), and also brewed too long. The white tea was a bit strong/bitter – will add less tea and steep for less time next time. Definitely very lavender – wow! I wonder if adding a few dried mint leaves would mellow out the lavender just a touch. Nice though :-)