2973 Tasting Notes
Green rooibos blend? I didn’t think so…. weird. Anyways, sadly, this has definitely lost some of its flavour since I first had it, so it’s mostly a weak cup of slightly caramelly water. Still drinkable, but I know it used to be better. I believe I have some more in a tin from Indigobloom – maybe that half has fared a bit better. This should be headed for a sipdown shortly, I hope.
Almost a sipdown of this one. I had two half-finished packets (gasp), and used all of one, and half of the other for a lovely travel mug full of this on the weekend. Pretty tasty, as expected. A little more on the hay side as opposed to chocolate, but definitely still within my black tea flavour preferences.
Tried this as the TOTD today as well. It wasn’t too bad, but tasted mostly like a basic chai though. Couldn’t taste the licorice in the sample, but I did buy some to try, and I’m sure I’ll notice it there. Ah well, I’d almost rather not like the new teas, because then I’m tempted to buy them and stock up!
Wow. This tea is terrible. I tried it as TOTD today, and although it starts off tasting possibly okay (sweet but heavy on hibiscus), the next flavours that you taste are sweet peppers/chili. YUCK. It is possibly one of the grossest combinations I’ve tried. I’m getting a bit from VariaTea to try making it myself at home, but I anticipate it will be, as others have put it, a big cup of NOPE. Do not recommend. At all.
Trrryyyiiinggg to sip this now down, but I have a fair bit left, and I’m not overly fond of it anymore. It’s pretty good for what it’s supposed to be – gingery, a nice bit of pear, and some floral notes – but that’s apparently not a flavour combination I really feel like most of the time, so I end up randomly making it in a travel mug from time to time. Still a lot left…
Pretty decent for a fruity flavoured green, but sencha bases really just don’t appeal to me, and that’s what most tea companies use. Anyhow, the tea was fairly floral/aromatic, sweet, and juicy – probably too floral for me, actually. Base was, for the most part, not overly present. Not bad, and not badly flavoured, but I’m glad I only had 5 teabags from my Happy Bag a couple years ago. (Down to 3 now, and I cut open the two to brew this time. Don’t really care for teabags…)