7 Tasting Notes
Today I’m trying Strawberry Ginger. I use a larger cup (12oz instead of 8) so I also use a bit more tea than recommended. (2 1/4 tsp instead of 1 1/2 tsp)
I made the tea twice, the 1st time I added no sweetener. I found it tart and rather understated. It smelled good, like a sun-warmed field of strawberries, but I didn’t find that the flavour delivered on that promise.
I then tried it with 2tsp of splenda. I thought it was marginally better… the tartness was gone, but I still found it lacking – I couldn’t discern a gingery flavour to this tea at all, sweetened or not, and I’m one of those individuals who LOVES ginger.
All in all, it’s not a nasty tea, I’d certainly drink it, but it wasn’t good enough that I’d spend the $ to buy it again.
My favourite tea ever! Wish it was readily available in the part of Canada where I live (Northern Ontario) Apparently it is now available in British Columbia. I like very spicy teas – as long as they’re sweet too, and this fits the bill!
Called “Throat Formula” in Canada, however it has the same ingredients (except they’re not all organic) and quantities. I can’t remember exactly how it tasted, but it wasn’t bad!
Hard to find now, But it really does help with bad moods/depression. Just breathing the steam off it while it’s brewing helps to lift the mood!
nice tea… the almond flavour comes through quite strongly… very nice
the tea is good, but the after taste.. ew. 10 minutes after drinking it I had to brush my teeth to get rid of the taste
This is my favourite Chocolate tea… and I have a LOT of different blends of chocolate tea.