32 Tasting Notes
more jasmine, less green.
Has a one-note sort of taste. Not objectionable, but definitely not exciting.
Honestly, blecch. I am not familiar with the taste of stevia from other things, but there is a weird, artificial sweetness that I’m assuming comes from the stevia.
Lots of nice blueberries, but very little tea taste. If you like fruit tea and don’t mind artificial sweetener, I imagine you’d like this fine.
I’m not in love or anything, but it has a great fruity smell and a pleasant, smooth taste.
Yes, I love this. The white tea and blueberry flavors harmonize perfectly, with neither overpowering the other.
Looks really beautiful and festive when dry.
Steeped, the tea itself had a very weak taste—next time I might steep this longer than recommended. The flavor was mainly vanilla and clove.
Smells like marzipan and roses; tastes light and not too strongly of tea.
sounded great, tasted meh
too bitter, not enough tea flavor
A good morning tea to drink with milk, with a light blueberry flavor.