8 Tasting Notes
I love this stuff! Thick and sweet. It’s the first white tea I’ve actually enjoyed.
Just a general black tea, pretty much. Better than Lipton, but not by a whole lot.
This is the black tea I grew up with, and I liked it until I tried Yorkshire. It’s still ok, but I have to be in a weird mood to drink it and it’s usually as a last resort. It tastes kind of…sour lately, and it’s pretty weak.
I have a box of it, and it’ll get used, slowly.
I had this at Starbucks. I didn’t know they’d left the teabag in, so it got pretty nasty, and wasn’t very good to begin with. I think maybe I’m just not used to my Earl Grey being a latte, though. I like Tazo’s regular Earl Grey, and have it at home.
This stuff is pretty good! I’m usually not much of a rooibos fan—it tastes like cough syrup to me, but there wasn’t too much of that in this tea if I didn’t brew it for too long. As far as actually increasing concentration, I’m not sure I can attest to that! But it’s a nice fruity taste—cranberry and orange.
I love this tea! It’s great in the morning. A little bit of sugar (or none at all) does the trick. The first bag of lemon zinger from a new box remains one of my most treasured tea experiences.
I really liked this tea—it’s sweeter and thicker than other vanilla chais I’ve tried. Let it steep for a long time (about 7 minutes) and add lots of sugar and soymilk. Delicious!
Best black tea I’ve ever had! And the favorite of just about everyone I’ve ever made tea for. Super delicious with a couple spoons full of sugar and whole milk.