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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.
This is the most amazing raspberry tea that I’ve ever try in life. I drink it hot just because it leave me to delight the gorgeous fruttylicious smell of raspberry combined with orange peels & hibiscus mix that I really love it!
I use to have perfumes, essential oils and lip-gloss with this fruity spell to stop been tempting of eating artificial flavorings and colorants candies when I got anxiety. Since I try this tea I have something that really is helpful for me to feel apart of sweetest temptations that harm my general health, my stomach and figure with a few pound under me.
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Blech. Belch blech blech. Not good – its all spice, and no tea. Less steeping only results in less flavor overall. I think it’d be worth trying it in place of (or addition to) mulling spices in a nice full bodied red wine (with orange peel? and a bit of fruit brandy before serving? I’ll work on this…), but otherwise blech.
I don’t normally care for CS’s teas (except Sleepytime, which I love), but I really enjoy this seasonal blend! It smelt of sugar cookies and vanilla, which was a perfect way to end a meal..or a day…or keep me from eating myself out of house and home during late night studying for med school. I didn’t try it sweetened, but another reviewer’s suggestion of a bit of brown sugar sounds just about perfect.
This is my go-to upset stomach tea and wow do I have an upset stomach today. Unfortunately it wasn’t as effective as it usually is, but it did help a bit. I can’t say that I would ever drink this tea for the taste, and it didn’t help that I over-steeped it so it was extra strong today but I kind of had to force myself to drink it. Usually it’s much easier on the taste buds.