The Republic of Tea
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First rooibos I had every had was this. It did not impress me at all. The vanilla flavor was too strong and not that pleasant to me. On the other hand I know people that really enjoyed it.
This is the first real tea I had. Before that I was not too much into tea but after drinking this I new I found something great and became an avid tea drinker. If people say they don’t like tea or are unsure; I give them a cup of this. It has never failed. It impresses everyone. Strong great flavor, hot or cold. You can not go wrong with this tea.
This tea has a delicate, sweet flavor but is very bold. I had this team medium-hot with a little bit of sugar.
this is my third favorite tea of all time. its great for a pick me up. delicious, and good as a drink all day tea.
Enh, it’s okay. I don’t really taste any almond, and I’ve had better vanilla tea than this. It does improve with a splash of milk. I probably won’t buy another tin when this one runs out.
This is one of the most lovely teas to drink in the morning. It’s so light.
This is great as iced tea. I use 2 bags All Day Breakfast, 1 bag Wild Berry, turbanado sugar and ice.
This is my “treat” tea. Everyday needs a treat.
Good hot, better iced. 1/2 gallon iced tea recipe: 1 Earl Greyer, 2 All Day Breakfast, Ice, summer….
My “goto” tea
I’m not a huge fan of the Republic of Tea, but I appreciate this honest flavored tea
Delicious tea, but don’t steep it too long!
fully agree with the last two comments. Smooth and sweet.
One of my absolute favorites – the berry isn’t unpleasantly overpowering like it can be with other teas. Great for a good-morning black tea, and sweet enough without sugar or honey. Delicious. :)
i drink a lot of tea, but when it comes to dessert teas, this takes the cake! i add a spoonful of real maple syrup and top it off with light cream instead of milk and voila… a real treat!
Not bad for bagged green tea. I used it to make a southern style iced tea, which turned out pretty good. Of course, that may have had something to do with the mass quantities of sugar, but a win is a win!