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I bought this tea at the European supermarket. The tea bags are foil-wrapped, which is nice if you store them in a container with other teas (like I do at work).
The tea has a really strong strawberry scent in the bag, but after steeping it mellows out a fair bit. I wasn’t expecting the chocolatey flavor (I never bothered to read the box) but it’s quite good, not obviously a ‘chocolate tea’ but definitely lends a smooth, creamy flavour.
All in all, it tastes less like strawberry and more like a… strawberry oatmeal cookie. Which is pretty delicious.
This tea is not the best, but not the worst either. It is not for every day,maybe for some trip or when you don’t have anything else to drink. :D Grape aroma is too fake, it is like some bad candy, especially when you put some sugar. It have some flowery aroma in it also which is nice, but light.
At first the looks of this tea didn’t really excite me. But when I tried it I was pleasantly surprised! It’s sweet, with a little bit of spice to it and it’s great with sugar and milk! The only thing is that you have to be careful not to steep it too long, otherwise it gets a little bitter. I tried other teas from Greenfield, and I’m pretty pleased with this brand.
I didn’t know what to think when I was given this tea – the name didn’t tell me much, and the description does not sound appealing to me.
Lo and behold, I made myself a cup this morning and I actually really like it. The peppermint notes are very low, almost non-existant. There are floral notes, but they are not cloying like your average jasmine tea. It’s just a very smooth green tea, with a little more flavors to make it unique.
Like candy in a cup. My girlfriend introduced me to this tea, by far one of my favorites as a new tea addict. Surprisingly fruity even completely unsweetened, add a bit of sugar or honey and out comes the robust grape flavor.
Highly recommended for any tea lover.