There is a LOT going on with this tea. It’s very pretty and steeps up a nice yellow-brown colour. I can mostly taste the chamomile and hibiscus and rose, though the rest is faintly present in a come-and-go fashion. I don’t properly know what a lot of the ingredients taste like separately so I can’t really tell you if some of them come out specifically or not. I don’t actually see the aloe vera in the ingredient list unless it is under the ‘flavouring’ heading.
This is a nice tea, though I would consider it faintly medicinal due to all of the ‘good for you’ ingredients in it. A decent herbal blend for the days when you want something complex and caffeine-free.