6 Tasting Notes
Very tasty…definitely an acquired taste, but doesn’t take more than 8-10 cups to acquire. A very unique flavor, the leaves smell a bit like those of the tobacco plant, and they create a very smokey infusion. I would recommend this also with cinnamon or cloves…
Pretty good! You don’t want to use as much tea as they say, but half that amount and 3 min infusion turns out a great cup…
Pretty good tea. Like Teavana says, it’s wonderful for after dinner. It really goes well with their rock sugar, and, while it doesn’t have such a prevalent taste of tea itself, the mint and chocolate really blend well. The leaves smell pretty sickening, but don’t let that fool you. Once brewed, it tastes quite good!
Terrible tea! I bought it just to try it (2 oz) because it was on sale at Teavana, and now I can see why! I’m not usually one to give such negative reviews, but this one deserves it. It is overly sickening in both taste and smell, and almost makes me want to vomit simply by smelling it. It is Teavana’s one tea that I didn’t like ever, even after experimenting with it.
My absolute favorite for a green tea (plain, that is). The leaves are good quality leaves, and whole too, and they unfurl after the first infusion. It has a delicious, vegetal flavor, but be wary: The instructions tell you to steep it for 5 minutes, which makes it much too bitter. Between 2 and 4 minutes seems to be where the sweet spot is. Otherwise, I really recommend this tea! It works for about 2 to 3 infusions for me.
Quite tasty! A little weak, but more leaves of course yield more flavor. Plenty of fruit, and for me, it is good for as many as 4 to 5 infusions without losing flavor. It also really exacerbates that fruity, sweet aftertaste known to tea connoisseurs after having a sip. Great for casual drinking, like sitting down with a good book and sipping it intermittently.