4 Tasting Notes
I like this tea, but I don’t love it. I bought some the other day and am glad I didn’t buy the tin. It doesn’t taste like raspberries but it does have a pleasant citrus taste so I think I’m going to try mixing it with some other teas and hopefully I can create something delicious.
This is my favourite tea right now (and pretty much always). I always re-steep a couple times and find that the third steep usually tastes best. I don’t normally do a fourth steep but right now I can’t remember if that’s because it doesn’t taste as good or if it’s just because I get a bit bored. I really find the mango to be the overwhelming fruit taste for me in the tea. I always let the water cool for a few minutes before I make it because I do find this is any easy tea to singe and get that bitter taste if you aren’t careful.
Love Love Love… This truly is my happy tea.
I like this tea, but don’t love it. It’s excellent as a latte but I find that it has a bit too much of a sweetness to it for my liking.
I don’t even know when I wrote this or why… I can’t imagine what tea I thought I was writing about because I LOVE forever nuts. It’s blissful. I’ve been drinking alot of herbal’s lately because I’ve been finding that caffeine is making me feel a bit sick and this one is high on my list. It’s a beautiful and AMAZING latte.
Jungle Ju Ju is an herbal tea, so there’s no caffeine but the natural stimulants that Guayusa provides definetly give me a bit of a jump! This makes a delicious iced tea (which I’m on a huge kick for right now, even though it’s fast approaching winter). I find that you can’t really over-steep this one which is really nice because I never hear my tea timer. David’s instructions are to steep at boiling temp’s but I usually wait a few minutes, mostly because that’s just too hot for my poor mouth and I can never wait long to start drinking my tea. I definitely associate this tea with a fruity/peachy taste.