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Even though the flavors are really basic, I really like this combination. Chamomile and lemon work so well together, and I like that the lemon is not overly acidic. It makes a really good iced tea. I steeped the tea bag several times for about 45 seconds each time.
Flavors: Citrus, Floral, Fruity, Lemon, Sweet
This tea has been on my wish list for about a month, and I impulsively bought it after work today along with one other kind. For a bagged tea, this is quite good. It’s start with a mildly sweet honey flavor followed by a herbaceous taste from the lemon balm, lemongrass and other herbs. Quite nice; reminds me of honey vanilla chamomile from Celestial Seasonings except more herbaceous.
Flavors: Herbaceous, Honey, Sweet
So I’ve tried making this tea 3 different ways within the last 24h to make iced tea. Here are my results:
Attempt 1: 5 tea bags in 2L pitcher, cold brewed for about 20h. Result: very faint peach/fruity taste with a gross, bitter aftertaste. (possibly from the orange peel since it’s the second ingredient) Quote from the husband “It’s like ‘mmmm, peach!’ but right afterwards: ‘ugh, ass!!’” Dumped the whole pitcher down the drain.
Attempt 2: brewed 1tea bag in 10oz of 200F water for 1 min, placed mug in freezer for 2h to cool down. No bitter aftertaste, but still, not a very strong peach/fruity taste.
Attempt 3: 2L of 175F water, 5 tea bags steeped 5 min then removed. I poured myself half a mug and placed mug in freezer to cool down quickly so I didn’t have to wait as long to try it. Peach/fruity taste is maybe a bit stronger, but still not strong enough. I had this problem with the peach tea from Celestial Seasonings as well. I guess since it doesn’t have hibiscus to give it “umph” it just tastes watery to me.
Overall not a repurchase for me. I will use this tea with Luscious Watermelon from DAVIDs TEA to use it up (faint peach with apple/watermelon taste should be nice) . At least with all my experimenting I used up 11/20 tea bags.
Flavors: Bitter, Peach, Tart
I find this orange pekoe bitter and overly tannic. The colour is a strong orange and there is a slightly malty flavour and smell to the tea. It isn’t a terrible tea, but I do prefer other brands of orange pekoe.
Flavors: Bitter, Malt, Tannic
These are super handy when I do hiking or on trips. I like to but them with ice and very cold water. They are quite sweet due to the amount of sugar in them, more like juice than tea. The flavour is very nice though. Sweet, flavourful, fruity, and the tea is not overly bitter.
Flavors: Blueberry, Fruity, Honey, Sugar, Sweet, Tannic
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Flavors: Bergamot, Earl Grey, Tannic
These are super handy when I do hiking or on trips. I like to but them with ice and very cold water. They are quite sweet due to the amount of sugar in them, more like juice than tea. The flavour is very nice though. Sweet, flavourful, fruity, and the green tea is not bitter.
Flavors: Fruity, Green, Sweet
Very cinnamon-y. It makes you feel warm inside on a cold day! It can get a bit spicy if oversteeped and the cinnamon gets sickly sweet, make sure you take the tag bag out after a few minutes instead of leaving it in like I have done a few times.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Rooibos, Spices, Spicy, Sweet
This tea actually tastes a lot like a bellini! You can taste mango and peach which gives it a bit of sweetness, but there is also an acidic hibiscus or rose hip flavour. When steeps it is tangy like a fruit juice, but not sour or bitter. It is AMAZING iced. I like to steep it then freeze it in an ice cube tray. You can put the ice cubes in a strong blender and make a slushy on a hot day.
Flavors: Fruity, Mango, Nectar, Peach, Pineapple, Stonefruits, Sweet, Tangy
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Flavors: Herbs, Menthol, Mint, Peppermint
You can really taste all the herbs in this blend, it did not have that overpowering menthol flavour that minty teas often have. I like this tea when I am sick or right before bed.
Flavors: Dry Grass, Ginger, Herbs, Lemongrass, Medicinal, Mint, Sweet
Smells delicious and tastes even better. I use this when I make London fogs because the vanilla and bergamot is so nice together. The vanilla lends a certain sweet and creamy flavour to it, which I love.
Flavors: Bergamot, Creamy, Milk, Sugarcane, Sweet, Vanilla