47 Tasting Notes
I want to like this one, but I just don’t. Love mango, love the spiciness of chili in tea, but do not like how they combine in this one. Tried it hot and cold, with sweetener and without, and can’t seem to shake that bitter bite of chili that gets caught in the back of my throat when drinking this one.
No. Just no. Neocitron-y.
A favorite — minty with a smoky quality.
Disappointing. One of the only teas I’ve ever just given up on and threw out.
Spicy, licorice-y, delicious — another great tea offering from Yogi Teas!
Quite enjoyable! The best chocolate mint rooibos I’ve had came from a tiny tea store in a little town that I carefully rationed when I learned the store had closed. Chocolate Panda isn’t the same but it’s quite a good substitute, plus it’s got some added flavours. This tea delivers the quality taste that I’ve come to expect from all Silk Road teas. Overall: yum!
It took me a while to warm up to this tea due to an unfortunate lemongrass essential oil incident in the past, but now a fan. It’s light and fruity with a bite of lemongrass. Caffeine-free but with a bit of a pick me up that perfect for early evening tea drinking.
Makes a great iced tea!
This is my mellow green tea standby.