Super weak, barely any flavor, not much smell either except for a strange, sweet mustiness – and not in a good way.
16 Tasting Notes
Very medicinal, didn’t finish it.
I really like this tea, and it’s my boyfriend’s favorite. It’s sweet enough to balance out the sharp black tea taste, and authentic peach flavor comes through well. Nice if I want a bit of caffeine in a refreshing drink.
I love this stuff! It’s definitely one of my favorites. Light, refreshing flavor, but not weak, lemony but not overwhelmingly so, flowery smell, and very complex. It might be too flowery for some, but I love it.
This tea is pretty nice for what it is – a hibiscus-y, lightly sweetened herbal bottled tea. It’s just not as nuanced as the yerba mates, black teas, and tulsis that Honest Tea produces.
I usually drink this if my 3 other favorite Honest Teas are bought out. It’s certainly tasty, though, just not quite as flavorful as the Peach Oolong.
I love this stuff, and I’m really sad my local co-op stopped carrying it. It’s super refreshing with solid lime flavor and a nice sweetness.
Strangely sweet and quite effective with lots of honey. Tastes a lot better than cough syrup at least. I steep the whole 15 minutes, covered, and then usually forget to take the bag out.
It’s my favorite Zinger tea, but that’s not saying much. It’s all hibiscus with nothing else to balance it out.
One of my childhood favorites when my mom made sun tea, which mellows out the flavor a lot. As for hot tea? It’s too strong, but without the fun flavors of something like Passion tea. I’ll drink it if I’m out of all my other herbal teas.
The berry flavor is pretty faint compared to the sour hibiscus. Not bad with some honey, but not very fruity.
Used it for iced tea and didn’t like it quite as much as the farmer’s market’s peach ceylon, but it was a nice, faintly lemony black tea.
My go-to tea for iced tea. If I don’t feel like sweetening it, the floral smell and light peach flavor add enough interest to drink it plain. No fake peach taste at all.
A little grassy, but not necessarily in a bad way. I can taste the peach, but it’s somewhat fake tasting. Overall enjoyable.
Very sour, but one of the first teas I actually enjoyed. I love hibiscus!
It has hibiscus and rosehips, lemongrass, and a surprisingly nice bit of peppermint, all of which I love. A nice medium-strength herbal tea. Sour, in a good way.