18 Tasting Notes
Smells good, taste was nice.
Very nice, slightly citrus, smooth and crisp!
I have been craving coffee all week, and this tea was amazing. It smells just like coffee and tastes like black tea. I was so excited to >sort of< be drinking coffee that I added creamer and Splenda to it – and it was delicious. It has more caffeine than I normally have in the green and oolong teas that I drink.
This tea is the YUM! I brought mine to work, because, as the tea container states, nobody wants “an explosion” in the workplace. Too bad, I had only been at work less than two hours and needed some :-P
I would recommend this as a great decaffeinated tea for evening time. It has lots of soft, fruity, and flowery flavors.
And I definitely feel more relaxed after having my cup!
This a nice mild tea and the mango adds a slight hint of flavor – almost lemony.
I found this tea to be extremely mild – slightly sweet. Will try and use more tea next time for more flavor.
Very subtle green tea with lots of flowery overtones. Mild and soothing.
I’m usually not a sweet tea drinker, but this was really good in a moment when I wanted to taste something sweet. It was a great blend. Pretty delicious!
This is a VERY mild tea and didn’t have much flavor. It might be good as an iced tea or to clear one’s palate.
Like previous posters, this tea is nostalgic for me. My mom used to mix it with Tang to make a hot beverage. Lowering the steep time helps alleviate the bitterness of the black tea. I find it sweet enough to enjoy without adding a sweetener.