7 Tasting Notes
Very orangey, and a bit of spicy aftertaste. A while since I have seen it – I would consider it again because I like citrus-y flavours in tea.
I don’t like to hate on products just because I dislike a flavour. I absolutely HATE peppermint, it’s like eating toothpaste for me. Hidious. So skeptically I tested it, but no. MINTY!
I would guess a mint lover could love it, but the other review here suggests otherwise. I would give it a try though – A LOT of minty goodness here, for those of you who appreciate that ;)
Love the fact that pukkas are organic and all, but many taste so weak without (natural!) sweetening added! So a pleasant suprise when I first found a pukka that tasted something. It’s like an advanced type of hot cocoa, with a herb-y aftertaste. Ended up buying a box after tasting it, and I appreciate it more and more. Subtle yet flavourful.
Love the fact that pukkas are organic and all, but not much flavour. I did’t have any sweeteners (natural ones!) when I tested this, I have heard they improve with it.
Tasted like a very watered out strawberry-tea for me, but there isn’t any berries added! Strange. And I have full-flavoured strawberry-teas, no need for one that hardly tastes it..
Not to impressed. Love the fact that pukkas are organic and all, but not much flavour. I have heard some are greatly improved by adding sweeteners (of course something natural! like stevia!), but I didn’t have that when I tested this. Too flavourless to enjoy for me.
Citrusy flavour, but I would have wanted more. I prefer citrus-flavoured teas. BUT the aftertaste of coriander disturbs me, not expected from a mandarin/orange-flavoured tea. I guess you would love it if you love coriander though.
One of the first teas I had and I loved it! Rich berry flavour, no sweetening needed. Not to bitter either. Sadly I haven’t seen it in many years.