Tastes a little too much like macha.
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Ah, how it has been so long since I’ve had a good rooibos — one with spices instead of filler. This one adds a new kick to the red style. Still a chai, but a little more smooth! Creative! Glad to see more uses of rooibos in modern teas.
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This is a delightful tea best served dumped in the Atlantic and forgotten about.
The greatest tea known to man.
Decent and comfortably smooth, but slightly too mild for my taste.
Delightfully smooth with an almost intoxicating aroma. Mmm!
Delightful! The tea tastes pretty much how it smells. Go up to a pine tree and inhale through your mouth… that’s pretty much it. However, mixed with a good spoon of honey and it makes for an excellent and nutritious winter tea.
I felt like this did not have enough Earl Grey and seems to rely more on the black tea for flavor. This is a fantastic tea regardless! The flowers add a very subtle undertone to the taste as well!
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Delightful! Although the taste can be a little mild in comparison to other jasmine teas, its fantastically light and good relax tea. Plus, the pearls are really fun looking and they make you want to scoop more in with your spoon, like little paper marbles.
Rooibos is one of my favorite teas, however Tazo somehow adds something to give it some kind of artificial funky flavor. Maybe its all the other stuff they add in for filler.
The flavor feels like I’m chewing on bark, but without the rough texture of wood. It tastes quite like how it looks — like twigs. However, I don’t deny its quite earthy and robust when sipped and an occasional change from more floral teas or weaker teas.