Nice and strong, with a good balance between black tea and mint. Good for a single powerful cup, however not something I could sip all day.
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I actually like this one too :) If you’re looking for a tea version of hot chocolate, you would be disappointed. But if you’re into spice flavors with a pinch of chocolate it’s actually quite good! It’s one of my favorite post-dinner teas. And the smell is just amazing! I prefer to let it steep until drinking temperature so it becomes stronger and I can enjoy the smell for a longer period of time.
I actually really enjoyed this tea. Pure ginger tea can be quite strong, especially when steeped for over three minutes, but this blend has a more subtle taste because of the orange and vanilla.
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This tea was not what I had expected. The Caramel title is misleading. It has a more vanilla cinnamon taste to it. It is caramel in color so perhaps that is where they got the game.
Despite this, I enjoyed it. It has some good qualities but the lengthy ingredient list is disturbing. Not an everyday tea for me, but for every now and then I think it will be okay.
Spicy, licorice-y, delicious — another great tea offering from Yogi Teas!
Licorice and fennel, we meet again. Another reason why to avoid stomach aches and stomach ache teas. I don’t know if this actually works, and guess I’ll never find out because my stomach is 100% right now. Not really upset about never knowing though.
There is also noticeable peppermint in this, which usually tastes creamy and sweet to me. That helps. Cardamom is another sweet ingredient. This is actually rather smooth (when it’s still hot) and not as licorice-y as I thought it would be. It has a spicy finish. Thanks for the sample, Jackie T!
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an interesting tea with an interesting name.
orange and cloves, an inherant sweetness so that it can be taken clear with no regret. i am uncertain as to what name i would have named this little work of art, but the work ‘chai’ likely would have worked its way into the title most likely. not a trace of anise… an excellent tea despite the inaccurate name.
This tea has a bit of a bite, but I tend to steep it for a really long time. It’s great for an upset stomach. When I was off at school I ended my nights of heavy drinking with a cup of this so I didn’t wake up with a sour stomach the next day. I couldn’t drink this every day, but it serves its purpose wonderfully.
This is actually one of my favorite teas from Yogi, I drank it every day for a long time when I was cutting back on caffeine. It really doesn’t taste anything like kombucha, which is a plus in my book because I don’t care for it. It does have a slightly fruity flavor which I like. Another thing to note, I wouldn’t drink it for the benefits associated with kombucha because you only get that from a live bacteria/yeast which this is not.
I’m on the fence about this one, but mostly because it is rooibos and I’m not a huge fan. I like that its a more mild rooibos flavor and most of what you taste is spicy with a subtle hint of peach, a little to subtle if you ask me. I’d love to have more peach taste out of this one.
I’ve come across two teas from Yogi that I just don’t care for and this is one of them. The taste I get from it is overwhelmingly sage and not so much lavender. Since I’ve got most of a box left I tend to drink this one when I’m sick and can’t taste a thing. No sense in wasting good tea when I can’t taste it anyway.
This was pretty disappointing for me because I love Yogi tea and I was expecting this to be as yummy as the rest. I tried it plain first and then dressed it up with some milk and sugar which didn’t really help the taste much. I just couldn’t get into this one.
Indian food may be my biggest vice. The way I eat curry you’d think there was some sort of famine on the Northwest coast, or something. I’m angry at myself..
Which is why I chose to make this as my first “tea” of the day. I was expecting it to not be pleasant. I’ve had dextox drinks before and while I can’t attest to their life changing cleaning powers I do know they can taste pretty awful. This one is actually nice, like a spiced and more delicate chamomile herbal. The ingredients do not list chamomile so it may be the dandelion? The sarsaparilla root definitely makes me think of rootbeer, which is another thing I appreciate.
I steeped the bag in a cup for ten minutes in boiling water but the result is a very mild, spiced floral concoction that I’d actually be happy to drink often. I don’t know what a Forsythia Fruit or half of the other ingredients are but I guess that’s what Google is for.
The only thing that would’ve made this herbal brew better is magic. Magic to forget about the huge container of veggie korma sitting in the fridge. Magic to ignore the fact that the whole house smells like delicious food. Curry, why are you like this? I should get out of the house for a bit and mail Cavocorax’s matcha parcel.
Thank you Jackie T for this sample!
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I…don’t understand how one puts kombucha into a tea bag. I am pretty sure that’s some kind of ploy to get you to buy this one for medicinal benefits. Like similarly I’m not trusting anyone who claims to have yogurt probiotics in a tea bag either or something.
So no, this doesn’t taste like kombucha, and I doubt whatever is in here to pretend to be kombucha has any semblance of drinking actual kombucha because the whole point of kombucha is to have the live stuff in there. I highly doubt that stuff survives being turned into a powder or whatever’s going on in teas like this.
For what it actually is, it’s not too bad, but I think it tastes terrible hot. When I let it cool off, the plum and passionfruit flavors were stronger. Before it was just the lemongrass and mint with a little fruity aftertaste.
I wouldn’t drink this again.
Very tasty for a tea-bag! I like to add milk and sugar and drink this before bed (or just when it’s cold out). I’d recommend it to anyone who wants some chai without much fuss!
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I got a sample of this from the Yogi website, and definitely needed something soothing after a stressful day at work. It smells great. Cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, hint of vanilla. I love cinnamon. This doesn’t actually taste very cinnamon-y, though. The flavor is overwhelmingly chamomile, with smooth vanilla on the back end. A hint of pepper as I’m reaching the bottom of the cup.
I like this as a bedtime tea. It really is soothing. It’s somewhat disturbing that it has so many ingredients, though – chamomile, rooibos, roasted chicory root, skullcap leaf, nutmeg kernel, caramel flavor, vanilla flavor, some kind of bark, stevia leaf, poppy extract, ginger root, L. Theanine Suntheanine, clove bud, black pepper, cinnamon bark, cardamom seed oil, ginger root oil… it seems a bit much.
I’m at the bottom now and still don’t know whether I would actually buy this. It’s tasty and soothing, but nothing outstanding, and the long ingredients list is off-putting.
Steeped in boiling water for 10 minutes, per package instructions.
Just spent the afternoon watching back to back episodes of the Walking Dead, a show I had not gotten into up until friday night when Tony wanted to check it out on Netflix. We’ve been watching it on & off all weekend, sitting around in our PJs, drinking tea. Tony fixed amazing steaks for dinner, we had asparagus, & now were settling down with cups of licorice root tea to watch The Game of Thrones. Between last season & the one that starts tonight, I read the entire series of books, so there’s a little confusion in my mind as to where the story is, but I’m sure I’ll get over it.
I really enjoy this tea. It’s spicey & good.