Glad someone before me already came right out to say this is a dud. I tried it in tea-bag & loose form. Both were extremely vile & pukey. There’s NO ROSE to me. Even as a fruit tea, it doesn’t q work. Would give this minus ratings if I could.
20 Tasting Notes
Dun taste rose at all. Do detect a faint rose scent. But all I taste is white tea.. the white tea is q nice & sparkling, btw. Still, disappointed.
Fragrant yet delicate. The jasmine does not overwhelm and the tea doesn’t turn bitter. One of my all-time favourite jasmine green teas which I always restock.
Just trying a sample sachet. I usually do not like hibiscus. Its presence here is strong but doesn’t overwhelm and the raspberry comes through. Can’t detect the rosehips (not that it’s gonna make much of a difference). Pleasant enough. Perhaps I might get a box.
I smell rose but taste weak flat ceylon tea, almost bordering on dishwasher water.
As what Adelina said, this has a SOUR finish. V disappointing considering its enticing berry aroma.
Just tryng a sample sachet given to me. This has cardamon and meant for spiced tea lovers.
A decadent and delicious floral gourmand which is quite addictive! Laduree teas are pricey but worth every penny!
This is a mediocre moroccan mint tea which tastes like drinking colgate water! Utterly disappointing.
A decent budget jasmine green tea which fares well in taste and fragrance.
NB: Do transfer the bags immediately to an air-tight canister, after opening. I found its scent and taste “deteriorated” quite fast when kept in its cardboard box.
Quite a lovely gourmandish green tea, good to kickstart an early morning in the office! The caramel note seems to come out more in loose tea version (can someone else pls confirm, thks) but I prefer it bagged for convenience.
PS: DO NOT steep for too long! Honestly 1-2 mins is quite sufficient to get a flavourful cuppa for the 1st steep. Remove the bag for a 2nd steep (mine’s usually 3 mins).
I found this rather rich both in fragrance and taste. The fruity note is fairly sweet and tends to dominate the green tea. Still nice enough but if you’re after green tea, you might be disappointed.
This is my favourite rose tea so far. I find florals work better on a green tea-base. There is sufficient rose aroma & taste in this blend to satisfy me & the tea doesn’t turn bitter. Dazzling teas are conveniently packaged in pyramid tea bags, a plus point for me.
Reasonably nice sweet fruity-floral. I don’t like hibiscus in anything but luckily the lychee dominates. Can still make out the rose. But it is a supporting note for an essentially fruity infusion.
Didn’t like the basil-peony mix. Tasted like some sort of metallic/astringent floral to me.
I’m the odd anomaly here as the herby-bergamot pairing seemed “off” to me & like both were trying to overpower each other. But tt’s just my personal taste I guess.
Gorgeous, one of the few rose teas I can recommend. Soft, aromatic and nicely balanced.
The chemistry between black tea & rose (& other florals in general) is kinda tricky. So far, I’ve not liked any I tried…. I didn’t find this one outstanding but it grew on me. I get a lemony-rose taste. Its black tea-base isn’t bitter or overpowering. Good enough for me to repurchase.
Add a dollop of honey to sweeten a somewhat bland floral on white tea base.
The jasmine seems wierd & artificial & totally overwhelms the green tea. Sorry but I CANNOT recommend this European version.
PS: Try the ozzie one which is much better