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Super lame! I’ve been fairly impressed with Wegmans loose tea so far but this stuff is practically flavorless. Super slight wisp of scent of flowers if I shove my face so far down the mug I risk drowning, and the weakest green tea base I’ve ever experienced.
I won’t even give this away. Glad I just got a couple dollars worth. Hope the trash appreciates it.
From Veronica, from the Xmas Cards swap. Backlog.
This tea is soo good. I have no idea where to get Wegman’s, but that’s probably a good thing with the amount of tea in my cupboard at the moment. It really does taste like almond cookies! When I bake almond cookies, I’m a bit of an almond fiend, I put 2-3x the almond flavoring and mix in some sliced almonds. I’m glad that this tea is strong on that note! The cookie flavoring didn’t disappoint, but what can I say? I’d be in it for the almonds. Yum.
This tea is a soild green tea with solid flavor. I like to pick this particular one up every so often, especially after the holidays when it helps with my detoxing. Boil it up, steep it, & sip! Many people use green tea for their cleanse, so this tea would be great to add to the rotation.
I’m such a fan of Wegmans teas, they are part of the reason I love store brand tea so much. Chai tea at a great price is what I love. I love this chai in particular because of it’s rich flavor and it’s a great base flavor that I can build upon by adding my own spices. Did I mention the price? It’s fantastic!
I cold brewed this thinking I would like it best that way, but this is a meh tea in my opinion. It’s like many other fruity herbals out there with a good dash of hibiscus thrown in as well. There is rooibos in the blend, but I could barely taste it.
I’ll finish the small amount I bought, but I won’t repurchase.