Not a mind boggling cup, but a nice warm vanilla tea. Very good flavor balance.
37 Tasting Notes
Love the light floral note. I don’t get any bitterness from this cup at all.
Yum- a good coconut flavor along with a toasted (caramel?) after note.
I’m not rating this, because I have mixed feelings about chamomile. With that said, this is one of the best teas I’ve ever had with chamomile. It is very yummy and banana-y.
Maybe the tea settled into different component layers… my first cup wasn’t good.
Very good for Stash, I thought. Hibiscus wasn’t overpowering, only a light note. Tasted enough like blueberries for me.
Not a bad jasmine.
A nice spice profile. Very different blend from say, a Chai.
I don’t really think chamomile is for me. But it came in a variety pack, so what are you gonna do?
I’m not a huge fan of ginger teas, but figured I’d give it a sip. Very ginger-y. I don’t really taste anything besides that. Still not a fan of ginger teas.
This was one of my first Mighty Leaf teas, and I really like it. Strong green tea flavor with a hint of fruit.
No chocolate… but if you like mint tea, not a bad cup.
It’s not a strong flavored tea either in blackberry or sage, but I like it.
Fairly smooth and buttery. A little dry on the back of the throat, but not a bad bagged tea.
For some reason, I have great luck with black teas with the word “golden” in them. A good everyday tea, not mind boggling… but sometimes I don’t need to be boggled.
I really don’t know how I feel about this one. And I’m sipping it right now. My first reaction was- blech! This is the 2nd revived tazo I’ve tried, and I’m not sure they improved on their original formula. I’ve gotten more used to the taste, but that taste is not orange. Lemongrass maybe? I probably won’t buy it at a starbucks again.
Such a good green tea. It really does taste like orange krush. None of the grassy, bitter notes you can get with a inferior tea. This is all oranges and cream.
Not too heavy or too light. A slightly (but not too) grassy cup. Buttery and full-bodied. I love this tea.
Something about this tea is indeed “creamy” With a faint hint of yummy rhubarb bitterness.
A bit “dry” on the palate. It still delivers a nice strawberry flavor to accent the black tea.
Picking up a very synthetic flavor. The tea is almost sweetened. The flavoring totally overpowers the rooibos taste.
Firstly, this tea smells wonderful out of the tin. When brewed, I do not get a ton of chocolate flavor, mostly cinnamon and clove. (I think). The spice taste could be a little stronger, but it is a very drinkable tea.
This tea does get bitter rather quickly. It is sweet, with a very strong bitter note. Not to my liking.
Light and slightly earthy.