87 Tasting Notes
Like a lot of the other reviews, I drink this usually when I am feeling sick. It has a decent ginger flavor. This is by no means a good quality tea. But it is drinkable for those sick days when you don’t want to be wasting your high quality teas.
First I must say since they switched to the mesh whole leaf bags this tea has improved a lot. I enjoy the vegetal, even a little bit woody taste. I like the slightly bitter after taste. If you are getting this at Starbucks, be mindful of the steep time or this tea can get NASTY. I usually order it in a grande because the size of the teabag in a tall tends to make the tea taste oversteeped.
It isn’t a bad tasting tea. The rooibos flavor is good for a tea bag, but it is definitely more “spice” than pumpkin. The lack of pumpkin flavor is incredibly disappointing.
The smell is wonderful and once steeped the chocolate flavor is very present though the strawberry disappears a bit.. Which I actually don’t mind. I love that it is still a bit on the bitter side. It is perfect sweetend with a bit of stevia and with a splash of milk (or even chocoalte milk).
I loved this tea. It has a great nutty flavor. It is wonderful.
A really good choice for a floral and fruity tea. A relaxing drink, but getting the amount/temperature/steeptime right is tricky. When you do hit the right combo it is incredible.
I enjoyed this tea while it lasted. The mix with matcha was wonderful and it made for a nice, vegetal tea. I’ve found similar and higher quality blends for better prices however.
Great taste, very light and sweet with a good presence of Jasmine.
Great fruity flavor, and the mix between the rooibos and green teas is delicious.
Great blend! Nice fruity flavor and incredibly enjoyable hot or iced.