3 Tasting Notes
This is my travel tea. It carries easier and better since it is prepackaged into little green pouches and tastes better than any other packaged green tea.
I personally prefer quality loose leaf green tea but this one works in a pinch. The taste is a bit grainy and grassy but there are the hints of that sweet taste that makes green tea so darn good!
Served hot, unsweetened or cold, unsweetened.
This the first tea I tasted at Teavana and it was what got me hooked on fruit tea infusions. It opened up a whole ’nother world of doors for me… Anyways, back to the tea. I like it sweetened and served over ice. I made this for a dinner party with friends and she absolutely loved it.
I steep it a lot longer, a little hotter, and with more tea than the recommended amount. Adding german rock sugar during the steeping gives it a lightly sweet flavor.
Letting this melt into your tea as it is steeping is wonderful! It can also be made into a syrup for when you’re on the go! (I use it for cooking too)
It has a light taste that adds sweetness to your teas (and food!) without adding its own flavoring.
I was iffy about Teavana’s product (still am) but its my only local supplier and it tastes great, regardless.