175 Tasting Notes
This seems to be Tropical Crimson light, though I may be responding tot he rooibos.
I taste a little more cranberries this time.
This is one is a lot more traditional than the Summer Lemon. I’d describe it as a traditional black tea with a touch of lemon. I’d suspect if Summer Lemon isn’t your cup of tea (haha puns…) then Classic Citrus is definitely worth a try.
I am impressed with the lemon flavor, but I found it a little cloying. (Though maybe I made it a little too strong.)
Minty minty mint!
This is about the most blueberry-iest tea I’ve ever drank.
I don’t know about this one yet. It’s sort of a honey/lemoney aftertaste. I like it.
I feel like this tea is either one you love or you’re ambivalent about. If you’re in the mood for a somewhat fruity (but not sugary) iced tea then this would absolutely hit the spot.
I made a iced pitcher and I was a little nervous because I didn’t think I had enough tea leaves to coincide with the amount of water I had measured out (two thermos fulls), and I was probably right in thinking that. However, Ancient Emerald Lily comes off pretty nice when it’s cold and maybe a little weak. (But maybe my opinion is biased, I was dying of thirst when I drank it.)
Made a cold pitcher. Even weak the taste holds up pretty well.