17 Tasting Notes
This tea is, uh…interesting. Doesn’t take long to steep; seemed like less than two minutes in a cup of hot water. VERY potent in taste and smell. I’d already added some Splenda before reading that there was already stevia in it, so the taste was a little sweet without the pumpkin-ness. Might try it again with less Splenda (usually two per mug; I like my tea sweet).
I’m in love with this tea. However, I never actually want to drink it, for whatever reason. It may be the fruity smell/taste (not a big fruit fan), and I love Earl Grey, so I gave it a try. It’s a good, sweet tea, with some Splenda. There’s still the hint of EG (bergamot?) in the back of the smell and taste, but the fruitiness comes to the front. Really enjoy it in the morning.
Not bad, for what it is. The tea is nice and smooth, though as others have said, the vanilla isn’t extra strong. I may try it again with a little vanilla extract added. It gets pretty bitter in left in for a long time, though!
Pretty good with a little hot chocolate mix, but still tastes like a chocolate lip balm. I’ll drink it again, though. The hazelnut is a nice touch.
The taste is a little weak, even with sweetener, but gets better if the teabag is left in. The smell is really nice, though – citrus and cinnamon; very Christmasy!
A little fruitier than I was expecting; it doesn’t REALLY taste like Red Velvet cake, but it works fine as a dessert tea on its own. I added a little sweetener, sea salt, and hot chocolate mix to (hopefully) bring out the chocolatey taste elements; they do make it sweeter, at least.