5 Tasting Notes
A pleasant chai taste without the overpowering spice that some chai blends have. The most prominent flavour is cinnamon, followed by cardamom. Die-hard chai lovers may find this tea too weak for their tastes, as even prolonged brewing times do not produce an overly strong tea, and it is easily watered down by milk. More of a ‘beginners’ chai, but nice nonetheless!
Prepared with barely-hot water, these bags make an okay green tea that is slightly sweet and dry on the tongue, but fairly refreshing. However, it’s far too easy to over-brew or use water that is too hot, which results in an incredibly bitter and undrinkable tea. While nowhere near the quality of a good loose-leaf green tea, it’s an okay alternative when loose is not an option.
Very fragrant and refreshing, but slightly too weak for those who may enjoy a stronger black tea. Not as good with milk as other black teas, but the citrus flavours are wonderful plain, or with honey.
A very enjoyable Earl Grey. Strong black tea base with a smooth bergamot finish. Much better than most off brand Earl Greys, with no overly fake or bitter bergamot taste.