I came across this tea by accident. My goodness, it’s good! But the bags have to be wrapped in plastic because the contents are so fine that they work their way through the bag lining after a while.
20 Tasting Notes
Very light for a berry tea; very good, on the whole. Takes a long time to steep.
I still think this is weirdly strong.
I’ve grown to appreciate this tea; it has quite a delicate flavour.
The umpteenth time I’ve had this tea over the past 6 months. It’s not because I’m especially fond of it – we just have so much of it in!
This is the first time I’ve had nettle tea. I’m surprised how close to ‘normal’ tea it tastes, though thankfully the peppermint detracts from that XD
Hmm … it’s okay … I don’t believe in all of this ‘brushing back the cobwebs’ in the morning and stuff. Just get up, and drink the tea any time of day you want, fool!
Good cup – quite light in flavour, but there’s no harm in that! 8)
Pretty revolting; it’s just like drinking over-sweetened water, which has had food colouring added to it.
Pretty good, and not as strong as most of the other lemon and ginger types of tea which I’ve had before.
Surprisingly good for Earl Grey, a type which I normally steer clear from!
Just had this at a quaint old village pub. Pretty awesome, but how they can charge £2.00 for a teabag and water … !
Far too sugary! But then again, I left it to brew for too long, so what should I expect.
Pretty good generally, but nothing out of the ordinary.
Wow! This is STRONG stuff! Much stronger than any other lemon green I’ve had before. Very, very good.
Pretty good on the whole. Much more strawberry than mango in that thar cup, though!
Very good stuff, for camomile tea! (which I normally hate)
Pretty good, overall. It shocked me at first how different this was to grapefruit juice! :P
A pretty good ‘forest fruit’ type tea, but to be honest I think all like this just end up tasting of sugar and not much else! Try Tesco value blackberry and apple and you’ll definitely know what I mean …
Absolutely love this. It’s an ‘acquired taste’, but once you have ‘acquired’ it, well!