9 Tasting Notes
I tried this today iced with lemonade; it makes a great summer drink. Gives the lemonade a kick and you can still taste the green tea and mint…though I do lose the lemongrass a little bit.
Yummy treat, but I prefer things sweet.
A light green tea, probably the best I’ve tried yet. It’s my first from ROT and they’ve won me over. :-)
Not my favorite, but I think that’s because I’m not fond of the rice-y touch to it.
It has a chinese touch to it, that I can’t quite place. I’m not very fond of this tea.
The spiciness of the ginger is a little different, but I really liked it. Great for cold weather.
Very soothing. Helped my sore throat. I haven’t tried it with chocolate, but that sounds really good.
The first time I tried it, I think I brewed it too long. It was way too tart. The second time around, I only resorted to it because of a persistent cold. Honey reduced some of the tartness and soothed my throat. This tea is very juicy, like biting into an orange. I don’t generally like oranges or orange juice (I was driven to this b/c of the cold), but this was mild enough that I liked it and strong enough to help with the cold. I probably won’t drink it regularly, but will pick up a box when I start feeling a cold coming on.
I love the smell of this tea! While brewing, I often just sniff the packet. A great winter tea.