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Sweet but not overly so. The apple is definitely prominent, which is nice, but the suggested serving leaves too faint of a taste to my liking. I will try again using more and update this later.
Overall, it’s pleasant.
Okay so round 2. I added more tea before resteeping, and steeped for much longer. Still a very mild flavor. I guess that’s just the nature of this tea.
Why was this so terrible ;-;
It smells amazing. Like, amazing. It smells precisely like carrot cake – a big, rich, sweet carrot cake. And it tastes like licorice. Not even like a mellow root beer-y licorice, but that sickly-sweet stuff that gets stuck to the back of your throat and destroys all other flavours.
A world of no.
I had to add this tea, so I hope I did it right!
I got this as a sample from DAVIDsTEA’s Fall line, and am trying it on a fairly frigid morning.
Before it was cool enough to drink, I smelled it and it reminded me of cough syrup. Not a good start.
However, when it had cooled enough, I powered through the smell and tried it. It actually tastes exactly like a Pomegranate Tootsie Pop, which was rather lovely. Every fall I always have a Tootsie Pop in my mouth, so perhaps this will curb my cravings for candy!
It’s definitely a sweeter tea; I don’t add sweetener and prefer more bitter flavors. But if you’ve got a craving for sweets, this just might hit the spot!
OMG I am sooooooo in love with this tea!! I hope it sticks around forever! The cherry flavor is to die for. Very crisp and pure tasting if that makes any sense. Plus, the green tea leaves are a beautiful deep emerald color and the fragrance coming out of the tea bag-just heavenly. They should bottle that smell and make it into a perfume.
Drinking this after a greasy, heavy dinner and movie. It has an incredibly pleasant scent – it actually smells EXACTLY like carrot cake – but it’s a little sweet to me. You can taste the licorice more than I’d like, but it does have a pleasant aftertaste. It’s a nice dessert tea, but I’m not sure I’d get it again.
I’m not sure about this tea. I like cakey teas in my cupboard because since I found out that I’m diabetic about a year ago, I try to reach for cake teas instead of cake to satisfy that craving. This tea smells spot on, my mouth was watering because I love carrot cake. But the tea itself was kind of a let down. I want more spices, maybe if it was a carrot cake chai I’d be happier. Still, not bad. Just probably won’t grab more.
Bought this to make it iced but am trying it hot today. It is relatively nice. The mango doesn’t completely drown out the black tea base. It has a nice sweet note to it from the mango.
I brewed this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea Maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and 200 degree water for 3 minutes.
I totally blame this on the tea person making it. No it wasn’t me because I do not put 4 scoops of matcha in an iced matcha. I mean jeezus that was just the worst thing I put in my mouth in a long time.
I shall go back to my matchas from Red Leaf Tea and be happy for the good stuff.
Maybe I will buy some to make at home and try this again…. maybe.
Am I missing something really obvious? I couldn’t find this tea so I had to put it in myself, but it’s been out for a couple of weeks.
Oh well. I LOVE this tea. It tastes like Red Bull, but not bubbly. It is my go-to energy tea every morning. Right now, I usually brew it and pour it over ice because it is HOT out.
Hellooo! I haven’t written a tasting note here i n about a month, I think.
This afternoon my mom and I were both feeling headache-y, and when I decided to brew some tea to hydrate myself, mom asked for some too. She rarely drinks tea, and when she does, she goes for black tea, so when I asked her what she wanted, she just told me she wanted something fruity that didn’t smell too strongly.
Weirdly enough, I don’t have a lot of black fruit blends. Green fruit blends and herbals yes, but those are pretty fragrant. So I pulled out this blossom tea, which I got in a swap at least a year and a half ago.
So how was it?
Not bad, but not that memorable. The instructions on the packet said to brew this with 4 cups of boiling water for 10 (!) minutes. I think I probably did only half that. The result was a slightly leathery, smoky brew with a hint of flowers and peach.
My mom didn’t object, so, mission accomplished!
I just tried a cup of this today because I felt like trying something new. It tastes of herbs, dried flowers, and fruit. I can taste hibiscus (but it isn’t a sour tisane overall), lavender, chamomile, rose, lavender, and something fruity. I’m not sure what sort of fruit, but it tastes like it belongs in a herbal tisane or granola bar. I like the mild sweetness from the fruit; this makes for a fine iced or hot tea.
Flavors: Dried Fruit, Flowers, Fruity, Herbs, Lavender, Rose, Sweet
So I just had to try this, because it is the most ridiculous sounding blend I’ve ever heard of. I was surprised to find it actually sounds good. I can taste fruit (coconut, pineapple, maybe blueberry. I like the coconut in this one. Sometimes I find the coconut David’s Tea uses tastes soapy or overpowers the blend, but this one has a nice balance. The rooibos brings a nice sweetness to balance the acidic fruits. Unfortunately I did not get any jellybeans in my 100g.
Flavors: Coconut, Fruity, Pineapple, Rooibos, Sweet
This is a tasty tisane. But I think it will be better iced. I get a variety of notes, mainly strawberry but perhaps the rhubarb too. I think there is a creamy note too. I think this blend has yogurt in it.
I steeped this one time in a 16oz Teavana Glass Perfect Tea maker/Gravity Steeper with 3 tsp leaf and boiling water for 4 minutes.