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Flavor-wise, this is one of the best teas I’ve ever had, and I love that it also has health benefits (immunity, skin, and more). It’s sweet with an underlying tartness, which I appreciate as I don’t like teas that are too fruity/sweet without any kind of “sour” undertone to balance it out. I would highly recommend this to anyone who likes the taste of blueberries!
I’ve been craving a vanilla black tea and surprisingly didn’t have one, so I picked this up while getting groceries. The spice from the chai just helps me get into the autumn season!
This is probably one of the best bagged teas I’ve had. The spices are flavorful but not overpowering, and the vanilla is nice and smooth. Next time around, I’m going to try this one with milk, but this is a chai that can hold up on it’s own!
I can’t taste black tea anymore (due to meds), so it’s nice to find some earl grey green! the bergamot can be a bit overpowering, so I definitely only steep it for 2 minutes; any more and the tea is a little bitter and the bergamot is too strong. otherwise, a nice, cheaper tea – I get it more because of nostalgia than anything else. :)
Flavors: Bergamot, Citrus
I grabbed this on a whim, when I was looking for Twining’s Salted Caramel tea. It’s a nice black tea, it’s warm and vanilla-y. The caramel notes come out more with the help of a sweetener, so I use a packet of stevia when I really want that dessert flavour. My only question is, where is the saltiness?
Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Caramel, Vanilla
I’ve had this before as a hot tea and I really enjoyed it. I made this as a cold brew today since I needed something for the evenings. (I tend to waaaay over do it on caffeine.)
I’m not sure about the probiotics aspect but this is a nice lemon-y tea. The ginger didn’t come through very strongly as a cold brew but there is a hint of it.
I just had a personal taste test comparing this to CS Lemon Zinger. Whoa—while this tea may be named “I Love Lemon”, I’m afraid it can’t hold a candle to Celestial Seasonings’ “Lemon Zinger”. I still like this, but it’s just not as intensely lemony. I gave this a “90” my first rating here, but after having experienced the Lemon Zinger, I downgraded this to an “80”. Still like this, would still recommend it, but with the proviso it’s for those who prefer less acidity, less intensity.
I love lemon and sugar in my black tea; it’s how I was brought up to drink it , in the Russian style. Since I don’t always have access to pieces of fresh lemon when I make tea, I keep this on hand as a worthwhile substitute. I add a bag or two of this with my 2 to 6 bags of regular tea, and it’s nearly as good as having some fresh lemon. I also add it to other herbal teas, as an all-purpose great ‘mixer’ with other teas of any kind.
So here I am trying it all by itself. I like it! I like it a lot. It’s got a great, fresh true lemon flavor. I even like it unsweetened, it’s that good. So do I recommend this? Yes, highly!
Flavors: Lemon, Lemon Zest, Lemongrass
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Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Rosehips, Tangy
Surprising tasty and flavourful, even as a hot drink. It tastes a lot like fresh lemon but is less acidic (I only steeped 1 minute and I wouldn’t recommend too much longer). I can actually taste something kinda of minty as well. Very soothing, yet refreshing also. I will keep some teabags of this for when I feel ill.
I think this would be amazing as an iced tea!
Flavors: Citrusy, Fruity, Herbs, Lemon, Lemon Zest, Mint, Pleasantly Sour
Suprisingly, this tisane is very tasty if not brewed very long. I dunked the teabag into boiling water and pulled it out after about 8 seconds when the liquid was bright pink and smelled fruity and sweet.
It tastes very fruity and a tiny bit floral, but in a tropical way. It is not very sour or bitter because I did not steep is very long. It is delicious enough to drink hot, but I will be trying it cold in the future, or maybe added to lemonade to make a flavourful fruit punch.
Flavors: Berries, Cranberry, Floral, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Hibiscus, Pleasantly Sour, Powdered sugar, Red Fruits, Sweet