My mother-in-law gave us a big box of this to bring with us to Korea. It’s been my saving grace, as I’ve get to find good black tea here. But it’s a bit weak for me. If you have it Persian style, mixed with another kind of spicier black tea, and without milk, then it’s absolutely fantastic.
18 Tasting Notes
So lately, as I’ve been living in Seoul, I have been drinking this delicious tea. It’s amazing.
We’ve been drinking this iced… it’s incredible and very refreshing. Love the subtle taste.
Soooo much better than Ty.phoo.
I was skeptical, but mmmm.
I drink this bad boy all the time. It’s so rich and yummy. I actually made a cake using the tea. Pretty freaking delicious.
Had it at lunch with lemonade. As far as I’m concerned, Passion tea from Tazo is only good iced.
Well well well, Mr. Precht. I see you beat me to the teablogging. I also enjoyed this tea very much. It WAS smooth and the echinacea added a certain relaxing je ne sais quoi.
It was a little bland. Kind of an oakey afterbirth. Haha.
Milk and a little powdered sugar and cinnamon. Mmm. Yes please.
I haven’t been too on the ball. But know that I drink at least 2 cups of PG Tips daily.
Looks like piss. Smells like Lemon Pinesol. Why did I taste it? It’s like lemony ginger water. Yughhh.
Evenings with soymilk. Accidently bought ricemilk. I was initially furious, but found it was actually good in the Rooibos tea. Huh. What do you know.
It’s either this or PG Tips in the morning. Love me some real British tea.
Ugh. I have this tea and I don’t know why. It’s awful hot. But I suppose it is good chilled and with lemonade or pomegranate juice.
Drink this every morning. Sometimes twice.
Drinking it decaf in the afternoons because by then I’ve usually had too much caffeine.