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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…
Finished my sample of this tea bag. Meh. ’nuff said.
This is one of my all time favorite teas!
smells good but pretty mild flavors. i wouldn’t think to combine maple and apple, but it sorta works i guess. decent with some sugar but nothing special.
not the greatest jasmine, but not too bad
one of my favorites-a totally standard orange spice. comparable to constant comment. can get bitter if steeped at too high a temperature.
love this. nice black tea with little bitterness and fairly strong natural peach flavor. surprisingly good unsweetened.
decent black with moderate ginger flavor. drank unsweetened.
My husband had to pick our eldest up from school because she’s not feeling well, and he brought this home to help soothe all the sore throats in this house. I do love tea bags when I’m not feeling well just for ease of use, so I was happy to see this box.
This tea is exactly what it says it is, lemon and ginger. The lemon is the first thing you taste, and it does have a lot of tartness. I ended up adding a teaspoon of honey to each cup to sweeten things up a bit. The ginger comes next and seems to settle in the back of the throat. It is soothing even though there’s a little bit of heat to it. With the added honey this is a nice cup for a sore throat and to chase the chills away.
This was nice. I can see myself keeping this with the other bagged teas I keep around for sick days.
This is not a bad tea, but not at all spectacular. It’s a bit fruity and on the green side, and not at all creamy. It might be a little sweet. The first time I brewed it I didn’t get a very good second cup, and today I’m trying it with more leaves. I’m not super impressed. I’ll drink it, but I don’t think I’ll reorder. I like Republic of Tea’s much better – that one tastes like pineapple.
Edit: I was drinking this in a big mug (16 oz), and added 1/2 tsp of sugar to the second and third steepings. With that addition it had a much improved taste! This tea is back in my good graces.
Definitely lemony! It sort of tasted like a liquid lemon head candy. I found it too be a bit too powerful for me hot, but with a little sugar, it was yummy chilled. Tasted like lemonade. I might keep a small amount in the house, especially in the summer.
Drank the loose-leaf version of this tea many times over the past week. Could get a good three steepings out of it. It is pleasantly toasty and has a warm taste with no bitterness. It is my new everyday tea. Only bummer is that I need a filter because the leaves are a bit small.
thanks to variaTEA for sending this my way. I literally squealed when I saw it had been included in my tea samples. This tea and I actually go quite a ways back, interestingly enough. My mother occasionally allowed me to buy this growing up (she didn’t want me drinking lots of black tea, decaf or not) As a little girl I thought this had to be the most delicious tea in the whole entire world. Since then, my horizons have broadened (thank goodness for that) but I still love this tea. It has such a buttery, smooth taste with that perfect hint of nuttiness. Maybe it’s the nostalgia that’s talking here, I don’t know. Looking at all the other ratings no one seems to like this tea. Well, either way, I’m glad this tea and I were reunited after all these years. Now I only need to figure out where to buy some, since no stores up here seem to carry it. Amazon perhaps?