This smells great, and looks great. There are large pieces of dried cherries in with the black tea. When steeped there is some cherry flavor but not as much as I would like. I do have some cherry fruit blend that I may add to this next time to give it more of a cherry punch. All in all was good just not great.
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MMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!! Imagine Frangelico Liqueur in a fancy coffee shop latte. Then imagine that made with Rooibos. It’s wonderful. It’s full of hazelnut/coffee/woody/sweet goodness. I’m not sure it gets much better than this.
There’s just something about Mate and Coffee that I adore. This is a pretty good example of a Mate/coffee tea. It’s hard to describe, and it took a couple of cups to grow on me, but this has a real chance of becoming one of my favorites.
I have been desperately seeking a replacement for the discontinued “Creamy Nut Oolong” from Teaopia. While this isn’t it, it is getting closer than some others oolongs I’ve tried. This is more nutty/woodsy than Quangzhou Milk Oolong from Davids Tea, but still not as much as I would like. This has just a hint of caramel, really more just a hint of sweet than caramel. I will drink this, it’s not bad, just does not compare to my much loved Creamy Nut Oolong. The search continues.
This is a good, basic vanilla tea. I would have liked for the vanilla taste to be a bit more present, but it’s still a great tea. It’s not overly sweet, and I tried it with one sugar (and one milk). Will add more tasting notes with more cups!
My brother and sister-in-law picked this one up for me as a Christmas present. It smells beautiful – nice and fruity. However, I don’t like my teas to be overly floral tasting and the lavender in this one shines through in taste (where it doesn’t in scent). Not a terrible tea, but definitely not my favorite.