251 Tasting Notes
Another one all gone!
It’s all gone now!! I always seem to go through the non-caffeinated teas much quicker than the ones with caffeine. Guess it doesn’t take a genius to figure out why!
I’m adding this to the shopping list. With some sweetener and creamer, it’s a great evening treat.
This is an interesting flavored tea. It’s not really fruity, but it is fruit flavored. (I hope that makes some kind of sense!) I’m interested in trying this one iced. I think that the green version would be worth a try as well. The tea has a kind of sour tang. I didn’t taste any bitterness, but I thought this one definitely needed a little bit of sweetener.
it’s official. I like honeybush. This has a nice, nutty flavor that’s easily enhanced by addition of a little sweetener. I added some liquid vanilla stevia, which is a favorite of mine! I must admit that I prefer flavored honeybush, but this is very nice, and I certainly wouldn’t turn it down if offered!
Carolyn said this is like eating a Girl Scout Thin Mint cookie. Her description fit my experience. I was able to notice a nice chocolate flavor and there was a trace of mint. I thought there was enough mint, but it wasn’t MINT, if you catch my drift. I put in some soy creamer, so mine tasted kind of like Thin Mints dipped in milk. It was definitely delicious and I’m looking forward to trying it again!