7 Tasting Notes
A great mid-afternoon drink to help ward of the sleepiness that comes from studying. I rather enjoy having my iced green tea from Starbucks (or any coffee shop) as they do a better job preparing it for me. Today I’ve paired it with a pumpkin muffin, so the ginger really adds something to the flavor.
My first and quite possibly favorite tea from Vermont Liberty Tea Company. I am not a huge fan of Rooibos by itself (although it is a nice mellow flavor), but the addition of the Raspberries just give the tea the exact taste it needs – it’s a great complement in flavors.
I find this tea works perfectly any way you decide to prepare it. I frequently use this tea for iced tea and receive a lot of compliments on the fruit flavor. I prepare this tea hot, with or without sweetener depending on my mood. The tea has enough flavor to not need the sugar or sweetener of choice, but sometimes it’s nice to add something to it to make it like a warm dessert.
I highly (and frequently do) recommend this tea to friends. Sometimes I push it on them when I’m making tea, but I never hear a complaint!
This is the perfect first cuppa tea every morning whilst at work. Perks me up nicely and helps me get through slow mornings (when they happen – though rare), and tastes delicious. I drink it straight, no sugar or sweetener. The only issue is when I mis-prepare it (allow it to steep too long or use water that’s too hot) it gets bitter. But that’s a user error, not a reflection on the tea itself.
I would recommend this tea to friends.