English Tea ShopEdit Company
Popular Teas from English Tea ShopSee All 65 Teas
Recent Tasting Notes
I am so over this. One more and it’s a sipdown. It’s just a plain, one-note rooibos, and not even a good one at that. It’s got a sort of chemically taste which I find really odd. On top of that I bought it in a rooibos four-pack, the other three being flavoured, and every single one of them, despite being individually wrapped, has always tasted the same. It’s not exactly foul spit-it-out-immediately tasting, but it’s boring my tastebuds to death and I’d be happy never to drink it again.
I can taste a nice hint of blueberry in this tea. The mild blueberry flavour is enjoyable. I’m not sure what elderflower is and therefore, I don’t know what it’s supposed to taste like so I have no idea if I’m tasting it or not. Really, I just taste the blueberry and that’s fine by me.
Fantastic tea. The smell I found slightly off-putting at first but was pleasantly surprised when I tasted it! It tastes completely different from its smell and this is a good thing. One of their best teas. It is a delicious treat with shortbread cookies for the winter holidays.
A wonderful flavor if taken just black, adding milk just adds to the overall great taste. Without milk or sugar, it may be a bit of an overpowering impression that cancels out the peach with its black tea base. This tea is great taken in any way.
Flavors: Ginger, Peach
Rooibos tea will never be a favourite of mine but it’ll do when I’m in a mood that I just don’t care what I drink. The woody taste is odd to me but I can put up with it. I much prefer white, green, black, oolong and herbal tea over rooibos. I don’t hate it but I would never go out of my way to have it either. Most of the rooibos tea I have were given to me as part of a gift pack or what I bought at David’s Tea to see if flavouring would make the rooibos taste any better to me (it doesn’t.) This tea is just a straightforward rooibos and really, it isn’t half bad. Maybe I’ll still learn to appreciate it but for now I’ll stick to drinking my old faithfuls (mostly.)