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Recent Tasting Notes
Still the best tea I have ever found a grocery store before they brought Harney and Son’s to Target. A naturally sweet tea combined with just the right amount of cinnamon and almost impossible to over-steep, burn, or mess up in anyway. It’s my go to first tea to help get someone into drinking tea and bring them over to the dark side.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Spices, Sweet
The smell of this tea is enough to drive me crazy. I’m not a big green tea person, but how light and fruity this tea was really made me happy. It’s very mellow, so not an every day kind of drink for me, but over all I liked it a lot. Definitely will be drinking more.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity
A very bland tea, as I’m learning. Maybe something for when my senses are very sensitive, but definitely not an every day drink. Steeped the recommended 3-5 minutes with boiling water. I added sweetener and cream to try and bring out a flavor, but absolutely nothing. I’m essentially drinking hot water. Which is ok, I guess, just not for me.
Bought this tea because it caught my eye. One of the firsts in joining the tea craze. Followed the directions on the box. It’s very light and fruity. Added a little bit of honey for a natural sweetener. Love it. Probably my favorite one so far.
Best tea ever in the history of life ever! This is a strong comparison (if not the same) as Twinings Tastes of Summer tea which was discontinued some years back. I have been searching for a tea that even remotely compares to it for at least six years. In fact, I saved the last tea bag that I had after finding out it was discontinued just so that I could have a point of reference for the fragrance alone. It smells heavenly and it brews so wonderfully that it is easy to make it to your personal liking. I love the taste of black tea, but I don’t like it bitter. If you like bitter tea, just let this steep longer. This gem at Kroger has truly made my whole year!
This is beginning to be my NEW favorite tea. I must say, add fresh squeezed lemon, and its a real treat!! I’m having it with my dinner: Simply Salad creamy ranch and bacon. (Yes, I forgot to put in my bio that I am happily single with a few close friends). I have a terrible bad habit of eating dinner at my computer, usually I am on Tumblr. Yes I update Tumblr regularly. I should be on quizlet for Spanish class. I need to study for the exam next Wednesday. I love Steepster’s new layout!! Kudos to whoever is running this site. I’m also having an apple. My doctor says that an apple a day actually is good advice. My mom is into juicing. She says you should only drink tea in between meals. I don’t know why. My dad’s birthday is this weekend, I’m very excited!! A lot is happening right now. I get to see my friend M. tomorrow, I haven’t seen him in 3 weeks due to the weather. And I haven’t seen the good people at Wendy’s in that long either. We are expecting 8-10 inches of snow starting Tuesday night around 9 pm!! Today was perfect!! Partly cloudy, it helped with my mood.
After sampling two teas that I didn’t like, my expectations were low so this was a pleasant surprise.
The color of this tea looks like golden honey and it smells sweet yet citrusy. The flavors that stand out most to me are the ginseng, honey, and lemon verbena. If you imagine squeezing a fresh lemon wedge into a cup that contains a dollop of honey, a few drops of Panax Ginseng (the vials of ginseng), and green tea, then this is what you’ll get! The best part of this, is that you get to skip all of that work and just pour in water for the same result!