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As I kid, when I was sick, I would sit in the bath and sip on a cup of Lemon Zinger. Not much has changed.
Anyway, it’s definitely good in conjunction with Throat Coat over the course of a sick-day; I find that it clears my head and soothes my stomach and throat- especially with a bit of honey. It’s impossible to steep this one for too long, best at a hot boil.
A very, very exotic cup, and one of the best orange herbals for the price. This cup explodes with fruit. The tart hibiscus mixes perfectly with the orange flavor and the spices are more bold than subtle. Rewarding any hour of the day or night. Served iced, my guests tell me they don’t deserve such a pleasure.
I admit, I purchased this tea today because of the picture of a bison on the box (I hate when I fall for marketing ploys like that!). I was curious to try this brand, so I decided to try a more basic flavor to start.
After the first sip, I immediately fell in love with this tea. It starts with a mellow black tea flavor, but soon follows with a distinct smokey flavor that lingers long after.
For a bagged tea, this one is not half bad. Prepared with milk and a pinch of sugar.
It looks like the bison pulled through for me!
Backlogging from Christmas Day.
I’ve been drinking this tea all day as the sweet mint flavor is calming my stomach and clearing my sinuses. This is helping me get through my cold quite nicely. I’m nearly through with the box as I’ve been drinking this by the pot full and like it double strength (two bags per 6oz). Hoping I can find another box at Walmart before they are all gone!
Ahhh…this is a nice, sweet, light mint green tea. And it’s Decaf!!!! This will be nice for my evening cups. I like the smooth vanilla addition to the mint, it really makes it taste like candy cane rather than strait mint flavor. The green tea shines through in taste as well. I will have to get another box to have after the holidays…I really like this tea.
Backlogging – my aunt had a box of this in her cupboard, and no idea how to steep it, so she pulled it out when I was visiting. I used 2 bags for ~8oz water, heated on the stovetop so I could see when bubbles were just starting to form.
The color is a bright yellow/amber, rather like I get from mint tea. The taste does have the sweet/umami/smooth characteristics I expect from white tea, but there weren’t any other flavors to distinguish it. It’s not bad, but it’s certainly not great. I would accept it if offered, but not recommend or offer it myself.
No, I don’t usually drink green tea but someone brought some into work & it’s vanilla! And ginger. And chai. So what the heck, right? It definitely doesn’t look like a green tea. It brews up a dark brown color. It smells sort of sugar cookie-ish. Sort of has the flavor of one, too. It’s not horrible but probably something I wouldn’t buy.
This is my first review.
Firts, I want to apologise for my bad english and the poor review. I promise I’ll do better at second time.
I was at supermaket looking for some chocolate, when I passed by the tea hall. I am a green tea addicted, but I decided to taste this Cinnamon Apple Spice Tea. Honestly, I really like this especially the smell, really strong.
i’m not a big fan of herbal teas, or chamomile in general, so my appreciation for this tea is very strange and unexpected… my addiction to vanilla may be the culprit, but either way, perfect to curl up with in bed before nodding off…. just put the cup down first =)
(fyi spearmint also makes a cameo in this tea, so if you don’t like spearmint… run away!)
I’m a sucker for flavored black teas and this is no exception. This has a very sweet aroma, and does well with sweetened original almond milk, I would say to the point that it compliments the “nutty” flavor and adds a sweetness I suspect would be absent had it not been for the addition. The flavor is pretty nice, I would say that the vanilla comes off as a bit artificial but the cinnamon kind of brings it together and reminds me a bit of vanilla wafers or shortbread cookies. It’s not quite what I’d look for in an every day tea, almost appropriate that it’s seasonal for the Holidays (something I’d look forward to coming home from after being out in the cold), but will serve as a nice dessert tea. Will likely stock up on a few boxes to last me for such occasions. Not disappointed in the least.