Made this blend during work and it was absolutely terrible. It was so tart and acidic I thought I had thrown up in my mouth. I’ll have to try these two teas by themselves, but together they’re terrible.
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Recently purchased this along with a bunch of other tea from Teavana, and it has to be my favorite. Great hot by itself or with a touch of honey.
Quite possibly my favorite tea from Lupicia. It has the nutty flavor from the houjicha as well as the sweetness from the muscat and apple fruits.
Much better iced tea than hot. It leaves a slightly weird feeling in your mouth as you drink it, kind of like it’s not quite carbonated. I’m guessing that’s the mojito part.
There’s a strong coffee flavor to this tea, which for those not used to coffee, like myself, makes this a little less than enjoyable, but with milk and honey it’s manageable.
This was my very first loose leaf tea. It still has a very special place in my heart (or stomach). By far my favorite chai, it doesn’t have the potential to be bitter like ones that are black tea based. Great by itself or with a touch of honey.
Much better iced tea than a hot tea, but it’s still doable. I really love mixing this with Lupicia’s peach melba. All kinds of tasty nomz.
Mmm tasty goodness. Made two cups of this today for my lunch and dinner tea. The orange peel and nuts add a wonderful flavor to this tea. It’s especially tasty if you add a little bit of honey to it.
Quite possibly the smoothest genmaicha I’ve ever had. I’m definitely going to keep this one in stock.