366 Tasting Notes
This is (for me) the perfect substitute for a morning cup of coffee. The aroma is great at it steeps. I love the mix of flavors too. Just the right touch of chocolate and nuts. I like to make mine with a cube of regular sugar and a teaspoon of German Rock sugar…..perfection on a Monday morning. (Plus I gave up coffee for lent SO I need some pep in my step!)
The perfect tea ( at least I think) when I wake with a four alarm migraine. See my previous note on this tea for more.
Running late this morning…this is all I could grab when I got to work. Once I get to my office on campus I’ll be enjoying something else. I can’t complain because Lipton tea did introduce me to tea drinking. So that’s one plus in favor of it…after that it’s all down hill from there.
Pretty tasty…get me moving in the morning.
I find this tea to have a bit of a tart taste to it. So I prefer it in the afternoon when I feel I’m starting to slip away at work. I like to add one sugar cube to sweeten it just a little.
Pretty tasty! I wasn’t sure about this tea when I bought it last night. But it does have a little kick to it to get my morning off and running. I like the blend of spice too…really smooth.
This is the perfect work tea….you know when the stress tries to get to you? Make a nice cup and tune the rest of your coworkers out!
I finally broke down and bought this tea a few weeks back. I sometimes have trouble getting to sleep. So I figured this would be better than taking my usual aleve or advilpm. Turns out I was right….made me very relaxed and sleepy about a half hour after drinking it. Might be all in my head, but whatever!
The tea has a nice flavor and I only needed to add a small amount of Teavana’s german rock sugar to get it to the taste I like. I think its worth a shot if your looking for a nice night time tea.
I have this tea in k-cups. I don’t drink it often, unless I’ve had “one of those days”. It really helps me relax right when I get home from work. Perfect end to a not so perfect day.