I’m undecided about my thoughts on this tea in a way. The combination of the green, the orange, and the jasmine makes for a truly divine brew that’s floral and full, without delving into being perfume-y. But the second time I tried this, I really noticed the chamomile in it. Chamomile is not something I appreciate in my tea at all. I think if this tea didn’t have chamomile, it could be perfect, but the chamomile gives it a discordant note that interrupts the otherwise stellar flavour. I had it with sweetener and definitely wouldn’t recommend it without that. The orangey, floral flavour may seem milk-friendly, but I’d try it without it first if I were you.
I said it isn’t perfume-y, but in one way it is: there’s so many ingredients that come together to create the flavour, but like a well-blended perfume, it can be hard to single these out from the overarching sense of rich flavour. I got mostly orange and jasmine, which may be good, because I don’t want fennel or chamomile or tarragon in my tea. The fragrance of this tea is just wonderful.