This is definitely one of my favourite teas now! I find that the less I add to it, the better it is. Just a pinch of brown sugar and few drops of milk makes it JUST right and brings out that creamy, butteryness that others have mentioned here – simply delish.
73 Tasting Notes
No notes yet.
No notes yet.
I finished my sample of this today, and even though it was a perfect teaspoon full of tea and I didn’t use too much water, the taste still wasn’t as strong as I’d like – the citrus is very faint.
Once my cup cooled down to room temp, I found this too sweet (no added sweetener, so I guess it’s the stevia) with a bitterness at the end that didn’t really go well for me.
I still really love the smell of this once the water hits it :) So sweet and dreamy. And I would definitely recommend this for others to at least try…..but the taste isn’t for me.
The colour of this is perfectly pink, and it smells citrusy and bright. I should have let this steep longer (just 5 minutes) but I can definitely taste the orange after each sip – the lemongrass as well.
Drinking this hot, it reminds me of something I would drink if I had a cold (especially with the Vitamin C and eucalyptus), but I mean that in a good way. As it cools the flavour gets even nicer, so I’m sure it would be best iced.
Hmmm….this is a really unique flavour and scent combo. Very close to a creamsicle in taste, but the scent really threw me off.
I got a sample of this and tried a little bit today – the one thing that stands out to me is how the white chocolate came through once I poured the water over it :) It reminded me of this white hot chocolate my mum used to get for us sometimes, which was a nice nostalgic surprise!
I made it too weak but the orange and cream was definitely there, with the green tea in the background somewhere. It was also perfectly sweet on it’s own, which I love about flavoured Davids Teas (I like varying amounts of sugar in my drinks and for the first time I find myself not adding much, if any, to Davids’).
Definitely something I’m glad I got to try, and I’ll consider buying some before the spring collection is gone.
Just want to make a note to never steep this one too long, it gets bitter!
Really can’t wait to sip this one! It was one of the little sample tins in my last order – had thought about getting a bag but Goji Pop won out. Anyway the scent is pure citrus!!! Like a tangerine smushed into your face, but in a nice way ;)
OH and the colour it turns – pinky purple – is gorgeous, and just adds to the effect of this scrumptious tea.
This is the perfect drink to get me in the mood for warmer weather!! Every time I sip it, I think of the sun and green grass!! And of course goji berries and lemon.
I dare someone to smell this and not want to try some – it’s kind of like fruity lemonade with strawberry Pop Rocks candy, and a hint of melon underneath it all. You can’t help but take a little piece of it and have a nibble (they could seriously sell this as a trail mix).
This one is more expensive – it weighs more so you get less volume of the product compared to a lighter tea. Plus it calls for 2 tsp per cup ( a bit more than the average amount ). So I made this in a smaller cup with 1 big tsp and just left it all in my cup the whole time, and the results were delicious.
I love this one, because it’s a no brainer – throw some right in your cup ( I didn’t even use a strainer) and pour over hot water. It tastes great while it’s still warm – like a spring/summer version of the hot apple cider or mulled wine you’d have in the fall/winter. Then as it cools, it just pops even more in your mouth.
It’s energizing, refreshing, bright and delicious :)
The only reason I don’t give it a perfect score, is because it’s more expensive and won’t make as many cups as other teas would.
This tea sounded interesting, and there’s so many raving reviews about it that I had to give it a go.
When it’s dry I really get the vanilla more so than coconut, as well as the rum. What I like is that it’s more of the typical rum flavouring, without any bite from the alcohol.
After the water is added it gets even more smooth, with hints of butterscotch. The first time I made it, I used a bit less than 1.25 tsp with like 1 1/4 cup of water and I wanted the flavour stronger. So I made it with almost 2 tsps of tea the next time and it was perfect!
I don’t feel too bad using more tea than I usually would, because 100 grams of this fills your tin AND there’s a few cups left over in the bag.
MMMMmmm this is some good tea. Dry, it kinda smells like a raspberry thumbprint cookie to me, but so much better.
Steeped, it still has that buttery coconut with a hint of raspberry jam scent, and it pretty much tastes the same. I can taste the black tea as well, and it all melts together beautifully.
Drinking this with a bit of milk and drop of honey, but I think it would be delicious any way it was prepared!
I bought 100 grams and it filled the tin, which is decent ( alot of people have mentioned Davids Tea and how depending on the tea, you don’t seem to get as much for your dollar because it’s bulkier – or you seem to get alot because the ingredients are really light. )
No notes yet.
This tea smells spicy and sweet. Still not sure if I really am a fan of chai teas, but this is still tasty.
The cinnamon really comes through whether it’s dry or steeped. That with the other spices gives it a bit of warmth, so it’s definitely a good drink for cold nights. And it’s one of those teas that look pretty, with the red peppercorns and bits of cinnamon and clove.
I put a little honey and milk in mine and let it steep for about 5 minutes, but I think it would be even better in a latte (or iced with sweetened condensed milk like they suggest ;)
No notes yet.
I was kinda of disappointed with this, because I can’t taste the banana. It also seemed like there were absolutely none of the little caramelized banana pieces in the bag I got, so I shook up the bag really really well and then found a couple down at the bottom.
I’ve brewed some up now, making sure there was a banana bit in my cup (and after steeping I picked it out of the tea ball and kept it in my cup).
Even still….I still don’t taste the banana!!
It is definitely a nice CHAMOMILE tea but I wish it was more ‘dulce & banana’.
I tried one of the chocolate bits left over after steeping my tea, and it totally tasted like a chocolate covered strawberry too!!!
So good…I love how it’s sweet, but mellow, but also slightly bitter at the end.
I love the smell of it dry, but it tastes even better – a bit of the nuttiness, and sweetness from the pineapple and coconut. Really yummyy!
No notes yet.
Drinking this iced – it’s really fresh and mellow tasting, definitely more of a ‘summer’ tea I think.
Not a favourite for me, even though I’ve tried to like it. All I can ever taste is the cinnamon and watery milk.
In the bag it smells kind of like a banana nut muffin (delicious) but I have to be honest, I don’t actually taste the banana in this. Just mostly chamomile to me, with a hint of the lemongrass. It is nice though!
This smells amazing in the bag; warm, nutty, sweet.
*Lightly sweet on it’s own
*Gets better as it cools