217 Tasting Notes
Just another strong peppermint tea.
good for upset stomachs and sore throats and is a staple for wellness
tastes like any peppermint tea bagged I’ve had(harsh but it’s my opinion)
if you do not have any bagged peppermint tea this is better because loose leaf is always better and it’s organic to boot.
Not the right mint taste that I adore.
Would be good for my wellness tea cupboard when needed.
I officially have the best bff in the world(lindairvine) many many reasons but introducing me to this tea is definitely another one of them (and her being willing to share too!).
This is a Teagasm.
Just make sure to go over the 2 teaspoon limit to get the full glory that is this tea.
God it’s beautiful,textured and so light and refreshing.
Leaves a taste like bubblegum in my mouth but yet has no false taste of watermelon this is authentic all the way.
lindairvine and I intend to buy out all the stock because it’s just too painful to wait until summer for this ultra amazing goddamn brilliantly fruity tea.
Goji Pop my love you are just a shade of this outrageously fantastic tea!
Smells nice and minty fresh.
Not a fan of ginger but I don’t smell it and hopefully won’t taste it.
when brewed the smell becomes super pepperminty and has a kick of ginger(unfortunately).
A very nice very solid green tea that does not taste like green tea.
Tastes exactly like a mellowed down peppermint tea with a kick of ginger spice,which I actually didn’t mind.
A good drinking experience but not unforgettable.
Great for sore throats and colds.A good wellness tea to keep as a staple in your home.
LOVED this tea.
DavidsTea sure knows their stuff about how to make a balanced light flavored white tea.
I’m confused by the bitterness statements and I HATE hibiscus but I did not taste or smell any of the meaty spicy scent that is hibiscus.
Hide it from me and I’ll drink any tea with it but hide it well.
I loved how refreshing,light and fruity the tea was.No bitterness at all in my taste test.
I think the problem may be that most teas need 98 degree steep but on this tea it states 94 degrees so basically letting the water cool a bit before steeping.I did not take that into account in my tasting except that I didn’t let my water do a complete boil before steeping and let it cool.Also I used 2 tea spoons as advised.
Maybe it’s a good batch as well or they changed the recipe who knows.
But damn it was good to me.
As we all know if it’s a fruit tea I’ve got to try it.This tea just smells amazing but yet again there’s that heavy hibiscus smell that I’m not crazy about when it’s steeped.
It’s a very yummy tea,The jam of tea.Rich and syrupy with a sweet and tart berry taste.Really warming and a lovely mid-day treat.
I LOVE fruit teas.lindairvine and I ordered a bunch of tea this past week and this was one of our choices.Of course I pick all the fruity,citrusy flowery ones and she goes for the richer darker textured teas.We make a great team and always discover new things that we would not have thought of to try before.I saw this and knew instantly I had to have it,try it and hopefully love it.
When I steeped it the smell kind of wierded me out there was this almost spicy meaty texture (hibiscus?)to it that I could not place so I was hesitant to sip it right away.
Thankfully the taste was much better tart light and refreshing.I think it would be great iced and with booze.
This is a very tart tea which I actually like but may not be for everyone I think this is a fruit tea that is an acquired taste and has so many different things going on it may be hard to come to terms with.Overall I enjoyed it not as much as other fruit teas I’ve had but it’s still quite nice and I will be making it iced in the summer.