7 Tasting Notes
Horrible; made me retch. Could someone direct me to a tasty darjeeling?
Malty and hearty. I’ve never tried this tea black, as when I first tried it I was not experimental with how I took my tea, but it is certainly delicious with half-and-half and a pinch of sugar. In this sense, I find it very coffee-esque. I would certainly purchase this tea again.
Yuck. I’m not exactly sure what was wrong with this tea. Maybe I’m not a chamomile person, but even so this tea had such a perfumey taste it made me gag.
Aromatic and tasty. Good with or without sugar. Also, best very hot. Could have been a little spicier, but still pretty good!
Not purely lemon; has an herby note. Tastes like a Ricola lozenge. Very soothing and good with honey; I’m sure it’s wonderful when you’re not feeling well. I would certainly purchase this tea again.
Foul. Very tart and it’s more flowery than minty. Not a fan!
Steep to taste. This tea is fine steeped for less than a minute if you’re in a rush, or as long as you like when you’re lazy and leave the bag in the cup (though i would recommend 1-3 minutes, as steeping it too long gives it a bitter note). Great with or without sugar or milk. Spicy and sweet and absolutely fabulous. 100 rating; one of my favorite teas. I could only get mine in Peru but I’m sure you can get it at Latin American groceries.