10 Tasting Notes
A very nice mellow green tea. It produced a golden liquor which tasted a little like apple and fresh grass. An enjoyable experience. This is also great for making Kombucha!
I tried this tea when I visited my mom over the holidays. While I can’t say it was super-special or unique, I can say it was a good strong everyday tea- which was exactly what I needed at the time. I swiped several of the bags to bring back with me and I will probably buy a box when my current stash runs out.
This is a very pleasant tea. One of my favorites. Not only do the rose petals complement the black tea leaves, but it leaves a wonderful aroma in the air. Everyone at work loves it when I brew this.
You know what? I’ve figured out what makes Lipton so popular. It’s user-friendly and “drinkable” under most circumstances. Is it my favorite? No. But when you just want a warm mug of tea with a little lemon and honey, this is a pretty good backdrop.
This is OK, taste-wise. No problems there. But it is not at all like drinking kombucha. Take this as a kombucha-FLAVORED tea, not as a true digestive aid. For that you will need real kombucha tea.
This is honestly my favorite commercial Kombucha. If you don’t have time to brew it at home, GTs Classic Original is as good as it gets.
So many people like these Teavana blends, but I find them to be a little weak. It’s almost as if they’re trying to do too much at one time. Nutty! Smokey! Spicy! Blah. I found this mix to be underwhelming. Not bad, just not memorable at all. I admit it could be because I was looking for something that could hold its own when mixed with milk and sugar like, well… Thai tea.
EXACTLY what the previous poster said. Goo gobs of sugar and artificial creamer. In short, this is a really yummy way to pack on lots of calories.
I looked for months for a restaurant quality thai tea that I could make at home. (So much money down the tubes… lol.) But, this is the one. Authentic flavor without a lot of weird stuff in it. I use it in a french press and it comes out great with milk – or cream – and sugar.