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This is my personal favorite morning beverage, I take it with almond milk and honey or sugar- basically treating it like I treat my coffee. It’s got a really harmonious chord of flavors going on, totally satisfying. I recommend a long steep time to really draw out the full flavor.
From the smell of the bag, I expected to taste a lot more of the bergamot than I am…it’s very light, almost a footnote compared to the rooibos. I think that non-fans of Earl Gray blends would enjoy this version. Very nicely done.
This is my go-to afternoon indulgence tea. With just a half tsp of sugar, it keeps me from snacking at work. The flavors work well together. The chocolate is more pronounced than several loose leaf teas that I have. One of my absolute favs!
Meh. I like their rooibos offerings better.
Like chai? Then, you might think the same of this that my humans did. http://is.gd/c5IrM
Another sample of this interesting beverage. My humans think that rooibos should be in a class of its own, not with teas or herbal infusions. Honeybush should be separate, too. Both of these are so distinctive in taste and health benefits. http://is.gd/c2EWg
One of my humans couldn’t try this because of the honey in it, but her hubby had some interesting things to say about it, like… http://is.gd/bYDip
This sample made and interesting taste experience. My humans thought… http://is.gd/bVi2P
One of a packet of samples from Kalahari that my humans received. Interesting. http://is.gd/bSeU3
My humans tried this as part of a Green Tea Extravaganza. http://is.gd/btQbq
As the single package I received contained no instructions for brewing, nor were there any immediately available on the webpage for this specific tea, I chose to utilize typical rooibos steeping for this tea: 1 cup of just-boiled water with a steeping time of five minutes. This tea came in a individually-wrapped tea bag, which really did not have much scent while dry. However, from the second I poured the steaming water over the tea, I could smell the delicious mixture of chamomile and spearmint wafting up from my cup.
The smell of the freshly-brewed, bright red liquor was dominantly spearmint. The rooibos could be smelled a bit in the undertones. Nevertheless, the spearmint was not overwhelmingly strong, which was pleasing. It was just a mild, delicious aroma.
Even after steeping for five minutes, the taste of my first sip did not strike me as being very strong, yet it was quite full. Whereas the spearmint dominated the smell, chamomile dominated the flavour, spreading throughout the mouth quite excellently. The aftertaste was a mixture of primarily spearmint with hints of rooibos lurking in the background.
Overall, this was an enjoyable tea, but not something I would be quick to buy again were I shopping for tea.
This is the what we drink at night. It is very relaxing and has a great flavor. It makes a wonderful Chai latte. it is one of my favorite rooibos teas.
Horrid, one of the few teas that I really can’t tolerate. New OBJECTIVE Tea Review from Jamie (@jamie_montreal): Kalahari Tea Ruby Grapefruit White Tea @KalahariTea http://bit.ly/bloo9G — in case you’re curious.
It smells like hot cocoa, kinda. Looks like an oolong looking liquid.
Tastes like a pale green tea with mint in it. Not getting much chocolate – if at all. I’m just glad it’s drinkable unlike the last one I had from this company. LOL
It’s alright…probably wouldn’t purchase tho.
First I want to say that I am so glad I got to try this!!!! Eventho I wasn’t a huge fan…still have to try a new tea from a company I have never sampled before. I LOVED the smell of it, but the love stopped there. It smelled like chocolate with a little bit of orange and ginger. When steeping the water turned cloudy/murky/texture-ish grey-green color. The taste is a little flat with hints of chocolate but moreso ginger. Couldn’t taste the orange. They didn’t seem to jive well…regardless still glad I had the opportunity to try!
I may have a couple bags of this left…..I think I’ll need to buy more!
This is a really great tea for a travel mug. It’s very forgiving of oversteeping.
A really good night time treat!
This is a great tea to dunk into a travel mug and sip on while trying to get teenagers to shut up!!
Doesn’t do anything to get them quiet, but it helps my disposition somewhat.
This is a teabag. This has sencha green tea,peppermint,matcha green tea,dark roasted cacao,and chocolate flavor. This smells like dark chocolate and peppermint. I steeped this a short time just for the scent and color to come forth. I can taste the peppermint and a medium dark chocolate taste and the green teas. This is a pretty decent tea you can taste all of the ingredients. To me it has a twang or a different taste to it that makes me not really think its great, But it’s decent though.
The licorice root comes on very strong with this tea. I can’t taste the chocolate at all, but sometimes it reminds me just a little bit of Dr. Pepper. In a good way.