43 Tasting Notes
Smells exactly like a chocolate mint girl guide cookie, and tastes AMAZING. I’m always wary of chocolate as an ingredient in tea, but it works here – the tea tastes mostly minty, but I can taste the chocolate on the back of my throat at the end.
Very tasty chai! It smells really strongly of cinnamon when it’s dry, but when you steep it the cinnamon mellows out and the other spices come through. It’s not as spicy as Tazo chai, but I prefer it that way!
Smells like key lime pie – which is one of my favourite desserts so I thought I would love this…but I didn’t. It’s very weak, even when I tried steeping for 10+ minutes, and I think I just don’t like the idea of hot lime – I feel like it’s a flavour that’s meant to be cold in most circumstances…so maybe I should try it iced when summer comes?
When I first tried this tea, the girl at DT said that it wasn’t her favourite and it reminded her of a pink Starburst…and she was totally right! I think it’s delicious though, and can’t wait to try it iced as well.
No explanation necessary. This is the best tea in the world. Period.
OK so this tea looks pretty scary when its steeping – like a bunch of dead spiders in the bottom of your cup…BUT give it a chance because it’s a really solid jasmine green tea!