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This one really amazed me on the first sip! I had it as an iced latte and it tasted just like a banana/chocolate milkshake. However, as it is really sweet, I felt a little nauseous after drinking it all! But still a nice tea and a great alternative to other sweet and unhealty snacks.
Flavors: banana, Chocolate, Creamy, Meringue
I really like this one, better than the old blend. I like that it smells of chocolate and coffee (like a moka). It wakes up, which is good, and actually tastes better than coffee! A great alternative for those who want something else to wake them up.
Flavors: Cocoa, Coffee, White Chocolate
The ginger in this tea reaaaaaallly burns! I like it. I would certainly drink it on days when I am sick but still need to get up. I like the lemongrass in it too, and the smell of the dry leaves is quite pleasant. I did not want to purchase it at first (I don’t really remember why) but it seems to have grown on me.
Flavors: Ginger, Lemongrass
Hum. Nope. Way too artificial for my taste. I made me think I was drinking orange flavoured water with artificial sweetener (such as spenda) . Maybe I oversteeped it, but all the same, I don’t think I would like it better weaker. This is really disappointing because the dry leaves smelled soooooo good!
Flavors: Orange, Sweet
This one was weird! I can’t decide weither I like it or not. What I can say, however, is that I liked the second steep better than the first one. I liked the taste of the straight oolong, but soon I became overwhelmed by the buttery sweetness of ginseng. It lasted very long after swallowing and it kind of weirded me out a bit. The second steep was less sweet and I could taste more of the straight oolong, which was great.
Flavors: Butter, Sweet
Hum. I don’t really know what to make of this tea. I was really exited when David’sTea released a passionfruit tea, but this one tastes too artificial and sweetened. I was hoping the green base would be stronger. Drinking it without knowing, I would think it is a fruit infusion and not a flavoured green tea. It is okay iced for summer, but I would not repurchase.
Once, when it was my first matcha, I really enjoyed it. However, I’ve now had several others, of higher quality and I like this one the least. The powder is a little yellowish and the taste is not as smooth as my other matchas. It is less grassy and a lot more bitter. I would use this one for baking or blending in smoothies, but not really for sipping.
aroma: basically what a comforting hug smells like!
taste: a bit dry-textured, as if you were eating a handful of almonds (although people have told me you only feel this way if you’re allergic, so maybe that’s why…). nutty with a touch of sweet apple and cinnamon.
i don’t enjoy this tea straight, but with milk and a bit of honey it is the most comforting tea ever.
Flavors: Almond, Apple, Cinnamon, Honey