7 Tasting Notes
Rich ceylon tea flavor, with a hint of blueberries. I like how the fruity taste isn’t overpowering at all and comes to you first as a scent, then as the aftertaste. It’s very understated.
The hibiscus and citrus really come forward with this tea. It was a bit too sweet, though, so I might try it a bit more diluted next time.
It’s relaxing, yes, but like the other reviewers said, it doesn’t really make you sleepy. Love the mint flavor. The only downside is that when you open the box for the first time, the smell reminds you of toothpaste.
One of the first non-herbal teas I tried. Good flavor, but a bit too mild for my taste.
I haven’t found a Lipton tea I really liked, but I picked this up in the grocery because it was the only brand of tea they carried. I have to say that when I tried this, I was pleasantly surprised. The sharp lemon flavor goes well with the punch of hibiscus – without being overpowering. No sweeteners needed.
Strong, full bodied berry flavor. Although I prefer to drink it unsweetened, other people tell me that the “zing” is too overpowering. I always buy this in boxes of two, since it’s one of my favorites.