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A decent chai, though good and strong with cloves. It’s a good all-in-one bagged chai. I prefer to brew spices and then tea when I can, but when I don’t have the time, this is strong enough to stand up to sugar and milk.
I really enjoy this herbal tisane. The lemon is very bright, the ginger bites well when it’s fresh, and I prefer to order it directly from Stash to insure it’s freshness. It’s wonderful with honey when I’m sick, and good when I just need a bracing something that won’t keep me awake at night.
Just not my cuppa. I don’t particularly like the taste, and it doesn’t seem to put me to sleep or relax me very much.
It’s very a very autumnal flavour — very spicy. I do think that the nutmeg overpowers it though, and there wasn’t enough “pumpkin” flavour for my tastes. I would enjoy more pumpkin since I feel like that earthy flavour would compliment this…. I suppose I was expecting a bit more. Not a bad tea, but more for one who prefers a tea heavy on the spices (or the nutmeg).
At least there was no licorice, which is the one reason I stay away from chai-like teas. :)
I bought a box of this when I was at Chuck’s Produce because the price was right and I do like the “powder straws” that can be poured into the water bottles. They’re (usually) a tasty way to get some tea refreshment without getting all the sugar that’s in the RTD stuff.
This is flavorful, but, I taste more blueberry than green tea and that loses points for me. But, for the price, this is better than RTD iced tea drinks.
The local Bulk Barn had a bunch of boxes of holidays teas on for super cheap so I picked this one up. It smells absolutely delish, like fruit cake – the good kind of fruit cake that’s homemade and soaked in booze (I’ve never understood the fruitcake hate – I can’t wait to try my aunt’s fruit cake every winter).
Unfortunately the scent didn’t transfer over to the flavour – at least not initially. I had to add a bunch of milk and honey before the flavours came out. With those additions it was nice enough though I would have liked a bit more spice. Cloves are probably the most prominent spice present that I can taste, and the sweetness of the honey brings out the rum flavour which I couldn’t taste before.
The dry leaf aroma smells exactly like warm cinnamon apples! Mmm! The brewed tea aroma is similar but a bit sweeter now that the hibiscus has steeped. The immediate flavor upon sipping is cinnamon and hibiscus. The apple and chamomile are lighter in comparison and appear in the aftertaste. This is delicious!
The tartness of the hibiscus isn’t overpowering, and it actually pairs nicely with the cinnamon and chamomile. I wasn’t expecting much from this tea, but I really like it! It is soothing and yummy. And man, my cup disappeared fast! I’m going to make a mental note to stock up on this when I get pregnant and can only drink caffeine free teas. :)
Had this tonight with some honey. I have the tea bags, and was very impressed! It tastes like pear and is slightly tart. I really enjoy the taste of this tea, and even though it is a green tea, I do not think you could oversteep it.
This has always been my favorite morning tea. It is balanced and light, but I think I am moving in a direction to desire more developed tea flavors.
Sweet and herbal, not overly lavender for those who are shy of it, the basil-like taste of tulsi is prominent, and it’s naturally pretty sweet. With sugar added it tastes a lot like black licorice, especially if you have it with a couple salty crackers, oddly satisfying. It’s nice, but not my favoritest favorite ever.
Backlogging I got this in the package of teabags that Josie Jade sent me thank you very much for the teabags. This tastes mainly like the spearmint and the cinnamon. I added some sugar and this was a very good spearmint and cinnamon herbal to me. I need to buy some sometime.
This tea tastes like… Olives.
Ewwwwww. I hate olives to begin with- why is my fruity tea tasting like them? I blame the rooibos. And the hibiscus.
Once the olive taste wears off, I’m left with a slightly cranberry-like aftertaste. No pomegranate to speak of. It’s like a shadow of what this tea might have tasted like if it were blended better.
Ughhh. This is exactly why I despise both rooibos and fruity herbals.
A decent tea, but I’m more of a straight up peppermint person. The spearmint is nice, but I think I’ll pass on to a plain peppermint tea next time. I prefer the spicy notes of peppermint, and this tea just didn’t deliver in that regards.
Housemates have redeemed themselves a little in my view by presenting me with a large gift basket for Christmas, which contained three different kinds of tea, including this one.
How did I not know that this tisane existed? it has chamomile, spearmint, peppermint, tulsi, lemongrass, cinnamon, grapefruit, and guava. It was practically blended with me in mind!
It’s minty and fragrant and delicious. It smells almost like vanilla, and it has vanilla notes in flavor, too. I’m definitely getting the guava and chamomile, too.
Brewed weak as well from the Exchange party I just came back from. I liked the flavours behind it and have had this before. I didn’t mind it either, but it seems like the kind of tea you need 4 teabags at least for a pot.
I just came back from a high tea ornament exchange party and this was one of the few black teas being served.
It was ho hum, but it was brewed rather weak so that might be why. I dunno it smelled like vanilla but other than that it would just watered down black tea with no interest to it at all.
This is the one mint to rule them all. It contains both peppermint and spearmint, which lead to a tea so minty it almost makes my eyes water (in a good way). The flavour is cool, refreshing, a little spicy, and, like I said before, very, very minty. I drink it clear and hot, but I’m sure it’d be really good iced too.
Saturday night. 15F degrees outside. Wife is out with friends. Im all alone with full control of the tv. there are multiple major sporting events happening tonight. i brewed a double batch. 2 bags of English Breakfast by Stash. 15oz boiling water. 1oz cream. time to relax and watch the games…