13 Tasting Notes
This is the first herbal tea that I really see as drink I want to have everyday. I like the luscious watermelon from Davids Tea, but this one has more flavour I think (but had a really low watermelon batch because the sales lady would eat them…). It’s like a liquid popsicle! I really enjoy this tea, and I’m pleased that it has rose hip and goji berries in it too! And another reviewer was right, its really a summer tea. Sweet with just an edge of tartness!
I find that it doesn’t brew well the second time, but maybe that’s just with herbal teas?
It’s gentle, makes your room smell great and it’s not too heavy. It doesn’t scream anything amazing though.
It’s not very pumpkin-y. This tastes like several of the other “flavored” black teas I’ve tried from Davids Tea.
It’s like you’re drinking juice! This is great fruity tea that I look forward to buying when it comes back in season! Dehydrated watermelon is amazing and its really nice in tea. My only issues with the tea is that it has a slightly tangy after taste. This could be because the sales girl admittedly told me that she ate the watermelon pieces all the time from the tin when she was working. I think I’m going to order this online and maybe I’ll have a fair amount of watermelon pieces? I only had a few in the bag that I bought (50 g).
I really enjoyed this take on Earl Grey. It’s really fruity but has the taste of bergamot and Earl Grey that you love! I don’t usually love black teas, but this has to be one of my favourites.
I really love the smell of this tea! It’s really nice, and it’s very lemony, but I wish it had more of a ginger taste. I’m a huge ginger lover though, haha. I imagine this would be amazing for colds!