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Received this in a swap with kittylovestea but haven’t had a chance to play with it much. I suspect that it might be a little old, hence the flavours being muted. I can see how this might be a really great black orange tea. I like that this isn’t chocolate orange :) It also smells fantastic! Thanks for sharing this one with me kitty!
Boo! I lost my note.
Anyway, this is a nice mild sencha that is strong in chamomile, but also has a subtle blend of apple cinnamon in the background. I wouldn’t go out of my way to buy this, but I’m happy I tried it!
One of the many Tea Moments blends that I have had for a while but never got around to trying..until now that is. My husband chose this one at random from my cupboard which is good for him because he loves apple tea.
The blend doesn’t look special in terms of quality but it was only a cheap tea, something I thought was worth trying for an every day tea. The Sencha is dark green with a fair amount of twigs while the chamomile is completely dry and almost brown in colour. As for the apple they are small pieces that are very dry and a little rubbery. it smells like grassy cinnamon which is actually quite nice.
Once steeped the tea is orange in colour with a sweet and spicy apple aroma.
Flavour is light and quite refreshing with sweet apple and spicy cinnamon tones but also a kind of clove coolness. Also picking up a little bit of a floral mist.
Overall it’s alright and I will experiment with stronger steepings and also cold steeping. For now it’s drinkable but unfortunately this blend is nothing special.
Just quick notes – This tea is not a strong Earl Grey in terms of bergamot but it does cure my fix for a strong black tea with a touch of sweetness. No bitterness and sweet enough to not require milk. It’s a cheap and cheerful cup of tea that is very well suited for all day, every day drinking.
I was a huge fan of this tea a year ago and stumbled across a batch left in my cupboard and thought I would try to cold steep it. Most of the fruity teas I have cold steeped worked well, the hibiscus fruit teas however were undrinkable.
Scent is sweet and soft with noticeable pineapple tones and a generic fruit background. Taste is sweet with grassy tones and a light, refreshing fruity mist. Not overly strong but at a nice level, I steeped this slightly over what I intended to (7-8 hours) but it worked out nicely. Also slightly creamy and smooth. The more I drink the easier it is to detect a perfume, floral like taste.
All in all I’m glad I found this tea and will remember to keep it handy for my cold steeps. It’s cheap and delicious…couldn’t ask for more.
Been a while since I had a cup of this and the first time with a drop of milk.
The milk (just a drop) smooths out the bitterness of the black tea and gives the lemon a hint of creaminess. I think I prefer it with milk, it makes it a more subtle lemon tea but a lot less sour.
(Check my previous notes for a more detailed description).
I drink this tea quite often and forgot to review it. This is a gentle fruit blend with refreshing white tea and as the title suggests makes yummy ice tea. It tastes similar to something by Lipton and it’s very nice for the price. I would say this is a more basic tasting ice tea and nothing too fancy.
You can taste a mixture of exotic fruit with a tinge of gentle bitternessfrom the white tea. Overall its a nice blend.
A beautiful and refreshing blend of mellow green tea with soft fruity pineapple and a touch of orange. I could drink gallons of this and never be bored of it’s sweet and refreshing golden liquid. Delicious.
A woman’s work is never done (or at least that’s true for me) so I chose one of my new tea’s to try. Raspberry and lime sounds like an interesting mixture and it may just give me a bit of a boost that I so desperately need.
Colour: Golden yellow.
Smell: Gentle citrus.
This tea tastes as interesting as it sounds, it’s a yummy green tea with a gentle berry flavour and a gentle citrus flavour. I thought this would have strong flavours but it’s actually very mild and fresh tasting. As a combination I would say that it worked well and would be perfect to relax with.
It reminds me of ‘Liptons Clear Green with Citrus’ but with this you also get a subtle fruity berry taste.
I didn’t get the boost I was looking for but I don’t care anymore, relaxation is my new middle name.
Thank you to Tea Moments for a sample of this tea.
Colour: Hay yellow.
Smell: Just like green tea, a light and bitter sort of smell.
Nice and fresh good quality sencha green with a mellow aura. I can taste a bit of ginger at the back of my throat as it’s gently burning but in a nice way. A little different to what I would usually have so it’s nice to make a change.
For me I think it’s missing something but I cannot put my finger on what.
My last cup of tea before bed time.
Colour: Dark reddy brown.
Smell: Earthy and strong.
In my first few sips I can taste the pu erh, the papaya and the rooibos. It’s an interesting mixture that is deep and strong in flavour with a slight sweetness making it smooth and slip down easily. It’s very stimulating and gives you a jolt of energy.
As you drink more you can taste the tea getting stronger and stronger, now the mate and petals become more notable.
Overall this a nice tasting and interesting blend that is well worth trying.
This has lovely large leaves and petals in the mixture which was a nice novelty for me as everything I try lately looks almost blended together and processed.
Colour: Light honey.
Smell: Sweet and bitter
This tastes the same as it smells, you have the slight bitterness of the sencha green tea and the sweetness of the rose petals. If you find green tea too bitter then this would be a nice blend for you as the rose petals give natural sweetness to the sencha green which takes away most of the bitterness and leaves your mouth feeling fresh.
The tea slips down smoothly and remains sweet and light in the after taste. Perfect.
Even before brewing this tea has a sweet scent combination of strawberry and raspberry and smells good enough to eat.
Colour: Brown with a gold hue.
Smell: Berries and pineapple, it smells super fruity.
In one word this tea is BEAUTIFUL. In two words this tea is BEAUTIFULLY FRUITY. You can taste the pineapple, strawberry and raspberry making it a fruity combination with the Darjeeling, Ceylon and Gunpowder green leaving a light, smoky yet sweet taste in your mouth. It is sweet without being overly and unnaturally sweet.
I could drink this all day.
I just placed another order with Tea Moments and realised that I forgot to catalogue my first order with them.
Colour: Dark brown.
Smell: Earthy tea and sweet orange.
This tea is delicious and has a perfect balance of flavours. You get the earthy strength and slight bitterness of the black tea with a sweet (but not too sweet) and slightly sharp tang of orange. This has to be one of my favourite orange tea’s that I have found so far.
Good work Tea Moments.
I bought this around Christmas time along with around 12 others from www.teamoments.co.uk and I have been loving their blends ever since. Not only does it look wonderful and smell magical but it tastes heavenly as well.
This particular tea is for a soothing rest before I bathe and go to bed. This tea looks dark coloured, almost like coffee or soy sauce and it smells very fresh and citrusy. Reminds me of the smell of lemon tree’s in the summer :)
Taste wise you have the slight tartness of the lemon and black tea but it is balanced very well together. Neither of them take over each other. I do like that this has actual black tea in the mixture unlike many other fruit tea’s. I believe the cornflower and sunflower are mainly to help the mixture look amazing but also to help keep every mug of tea fresh tasting.
This is not my favourite blend by this company but it is a great lemon tea. And for such a cheap price as the company is only just starting up.
Perfect to drink in my ‘down’ time.