1449 Tasting Notes
This is tasty and the licorice root balances out the massive amount of hibiscus for me. Slightly fruity and very juicy.
That said, I spend a lot of my time in the summer making sangria for my in-laws and while this doesn’t taste like the sangria I make, it does bring to mind the bottled non-alcohols sangria I would buy back home in Tennessee. I could do with more fruit and less hibiscus/licorice, but it won’t be a hardship for me to sip this down.
Another sipdown! This smells like those pomegranate vitamin c cough drops. Not the best association, but not necessarily a bad one either. Just not something I would ever want to drink a cup of XD.
It tastes….like it smells, medicinal hiding under fake fruit flavor. Meh. Glad to see it gone.
edit Bananas. Why am I tasting bananas?
Sipdown and thank goodness. I thought my wife’s cup last night was bitter because I accidentally over-leafed, but I was more careful with mine this morning and it’s still crazy bitter. Steeped under boiled for a mere two minutes and I’ve got a bitter brew with maybe a hint of cranberry? Maybe? Blegh. Will finish my cup, but I’m glad to be rid of it.
This is a good peachy black tea I picked up the morning of my little brother’s wedding . Unfortunately, that means it a few years old now. But still going strong, the ratio of juicy peach to decent black tea just perfect, neither lost to the other.
For a cheap tea in a thin plastic container bought years ago, this is damn tasty.
I’m craving coffee super hard this morning, but I’m trying to kick the habit again, so I reached for this tea instead with a little bit of soy milk. It reminds me of a coffee crisp, a strong coffee flavor with a bit of chocolate. I love this tea and I’m nearly out…this is sad news! Although it does give me an excuse to put together another Tealish order XD.