Steeped three parts rooibos key lime with one part utopian jewel oolong. I liked this blend. Really smooth and all the tropical flavors compliment each other. I like the key lime on its own but the oolong seems to lack something so I’ll probably use it up faster this way.
56 Tasting Notes
Decent cup of tea. Everything I’ve tried from this company seems like it was created in a lab to get the best possible balance of flavors that the broadest range of people will appreciate. Not necessarily a bad thing, but none of the ones I’ve tried really stand out as something I’d want to have all the time.
Usually steep this one for 3 minutes. Left it in a bit longer accidentally and it seems to get a bit bitter.
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Was loving this last night. Still love it, but now I’m distracted by the jasmine notes.
I love white tea and I love peaches. However, until I had this tea I had yet experienced a peach tea that I really loved. But I keep trying. I picked this up at the store tonight.
Finally, this one does it. The tea and the citrus fruit is very well balanced. It’s subtle but not too subtle. It’s mellow but not too mellow. Just wonderful.
Only steeped for 3 minutes. Feels like a mild morning.
This has been in my cabinet for a long time. I never got around to trying it though. I had it today. The combination of ingredients sounds amazing, but the taste is nothing special.
I’ve noticed this is becoming my go-to black tea lately.
I liked this better than the other sample I received, but still don’t love it. I really like the idea of creating my own combinations, so even without success I think I’ll try a couple more.
Just made the last cup of this. I am not a huge fan of chai, but of chais, this is my favorite. Also, this is the first cup of tea my husband and I ever had together, so I’ll never be able to judge it objectively.
A sample I received. This disaster was my fault. Maple, Chocolate and Green Tea flavors just don’t go together. Now I know. I’m amazed I was able to get to the bottom of the cup.
Picked this out of the cabinet at work. It smelled good, but the taste isn’t all that great. I read the package and it says the ingredients are all natural. Black tea, hibiscus, and raspberries. However, it tastes a bit strange. I get an aftertaste of raspberry, but that’s about it. I do kind of like the smell, but I would not have this again.
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Not my favorite black or my favorite Rishi, but a decent cup a tea. It’s a pretty complex flavor for black tea. The flavor is somewhere between nutty and smokey. I think. It’s a bit hard to describe. I always drink this with a slice of lemon because it tastes like it needs something.
This is my favorite rooibos. It’s light and mellow but really well-rounded. I wouldn’t say it tastes like key lime but I just enjoy the mix of flavors.
There are a few flavors that I really dislike and pineapple is one of them. But I was possessed the day I bought this. Turned out I actually kind of liked it. I can drink it when I’m in the right mood. The pineapple somehow melds really well with the other flavors. Not sure what other flavors are in there though. Mango? Orange?
I grab this sometimes because it’s convenient and has no sugar. Something that’s hard to find in bottled teas. The taste is a bit bitter, but it’s drinkable. I also wonder why the ingredient to balance acidity isn’t listed. Why be so cryptic?
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This is one of my favorite black teas. I know a black tea is exceptionally good when I don’t even want to put lemon in it and I love the lemon/black tea taste so much.
The word that comes to mind for this tea is crisp. It’s refreshing and bright.
For some reason I always have to steep this one way longer than the brewing suggestions.
I’d say it’s an ok tea. The dried leaves have a strong aroma but the flavor is more mild. It’s a good fruity base for blending with other teas. By itself it sometimes tastes like it’s missing something.