Max Havelaar Fair Trade
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Recent Tasting Notes
ROOIBOS HONING: Ok, round two. That’s better than the ginger one but, even if I can taste a little bit of honey, this kind of tea is too strong. In my opinion, it covers all the other flavours; Rooibos is not for me, maybe.
GEMBER ROOIBOS (Ginger Rooibos) – I just tasted it but it was not good as I imagined. I feel pretty welle the particular taste of the ginger in my mouth but each time I take a sip my throat starts to tingle for a bit, and this is quite annoying!
I received just one bag of the tea and it doesn’t have an ingredients list on it. I’m guessing it is flavored black tea from the looks of it – and of course the taste of it (not to mention, on the website I found it states that it is from Sri Lanka)… Not a fan of it.
This is the best tea I have ever had in my life. Unfortunately, I can only buy it when in Holland. It is a rooibos blend of red fruit. The front of the box has an image of a strawberry and cherries on it. It is not loose leaf and the tea appears to be ground – this releases flavor immediately and I love to leave the tea bag in my cup for the entire time I drink it. It is very robust and slightly bitter. I enjoy the tea with some sugar and I could drink cup after cup if I had an endless supply.