Top notch. The berries work wonderfully with the black tea creating one of my favorite flavored blacks.
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Fantastic dessert tea. Rooibos is the perfect base for the sweet assortment of flavors.
Why did I start my morning with this cup? :O I also brewed the Countess of Seville (DT) and Vicky’s Sponge Cake (BB) but am drinking this one now. It’s too artificial tasting for me, and I think there are too many cloves or something. Something is givin me a weird burnt orange flavour.
Guess I’ll add this to my swap box!
Fantastic. This is one of the teas that sold me on The Tea Table. Always amazing.
I love amaretto but while the tea is a good occasional drink, the amaretto would’ve probably tasted better if it wasn’t so heavy handed.
Delicious. Great well-rounded fruit tea which can be a difficult task to accomplish.
A bit too sweet for my taste and some of the vanilla/grenadine flavoring gets a little overwhelming, but still all in all a good combination.
Tasty and unique like all of the Tea Table’s teas, however I think I personally was hoping for a bit more spiciness in the tea.
Absolutely delicious. Orange creamsicle is one of my favorite flavors and rooibos is a perfect base for it with its natural creaminess.
Ti kuan yin tastes like Juicy Fruit to me, so I have a predisposition to taste that flavor, whether it’s present or not. In this case, it was strong and pronounced when this cup was fresh. After it cooled, not so much. More like sweet cereal now, but it has a heavy, silky feel in the mouth.
Spicy? Oh yes definitely getting that here! and butter… yep, can really taste that. Actually, I really like the buttery part. I just feel that it doesn’t mix well with the pepper very well. Something about the two of them together doesn’t sit right for me, atleast not in a tea. However I can see how other people would swoon.
Ah well!I knew this would be a love or… well, not love tea.
Thank you so much Alphakitty for this sample! I was SO curious about this one.
New blend by Tea Table. For some reason this tea stays smother with long steeps. Very full bodied. I think it is not a multifaceted taste, but it is ideal for a filling fortifying tea with cream and sugar on cold icy or wet days. Ideal for grey miserable weather. Bracing. Excellent with snacks.
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This is one of the best oolongs I’ve had the pleasure of tasting, a delicious floral bouquet to it. Sipping this tea it’s much like the description from the company. It’s buttery and smooth, I don’t much detect the smokiness described, but it does have a green floral taste, a little bit of green-ish flavor.
It’s delightful to drink and the smell is intoxicating. It’s got to be one of if not the best I’ve had so far.
This is another tea that hasn’t quite reached a certainty. At first I didn’t like it, but, as it cooled and I continued sipping it was a bit more acceptable. I think I need to try it more often to see if it grows on me.
It’s a very spicy smelling and slightly spicy tasting tea. The cinnamon and cloves is very noticeable. At current, it doesn’t seem like there’s anything special with this, it does have a slight creamy aftertaste and almost a little bit like earl grey too.
This tea smells heavenly, the whole time my water was heating I had my nose in the bag! Is a very delicate flavor and needed no sweetener. I steeped my stars 3 times- the 2nd time was the best, but the 3rd was still quite enjoyable.
Thanks to IrishBreakfastLass for this one! I love chai so I am really trying to try all companies versions so I can find my favorite. This one is pretty good. It is a little lacking in spice for me. I prefer a more spicy chai. But it is good. The black tea used for the base is quite good. But I don’t like that I can taste the black tea more than the chai spices. But otherwise its pretty tasty.
Not much to say. Just a plain green. I’ll use this as a base with some of my herbals.
I like fruit teas with sugar to sip while I’m relaxing after work: they’re a treat with no caffeine. So I ordered this one with my last Tea Table order.
Smell in the bag: fruity but not that fruity, surprisingly, since almost all there is in it is fruit. Brews up to a sort of taupey/pink color with a smell pretty much like it is in the bag. The taste is generic fruity, though, not very interesting, though I suppose I am getting some vitamin C from the rosehip peels and hibiscus.
I think I probably wouldn’t buy this again, because I have other favorite fruit teas (to mention one: Adagio’s Berry Blues) and this one doesn’t distinguish itself.
This is my first rooibos. The smell worried me at first. It was like vanilla pipe tobacco that my grandfather used to smoke. But I was pleased with the taste. Very smooth and sweet. I need to get a different strainer because mine aloud a lot of leaf into my cup, it must not be fine enough.
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Iced this with some black tea – fantastic! Makes me excited for summer. The whole time I was day dreaming about running around outside in the sprinklers ( this is the coldest day we’ve had in years here, 12° with a wind chill of – 15 to – 20 below) yep this tea made me feel like summer was here and I was staying in to get out of the heat!! Without the black tea though it just taste like fruit punch.