Sweet and light, perfect for a relaxing Sunday morning cup.
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Having this as my after-lunch sweet. I put in non-dairy creamer (I’m at work and it’s all I had) and that was a mistake. I would have been better off without. The tea is pleasantly spicy and much of it is lost with the creamer. I think I will avoid milk in the future with chai-spiced rooibos. With chai-spiced black tea, skim milk or hempmilk is perfect.
P.S. It’s been too long, Steepster.
Iced with vegan chili for lunch. YUM
I wasn’t sure I was in the mood for a mint tea today but now that I’m drinking it, it’s just perfect.
Drinking it iced. Yum.
I’m liking this a lot more than I did at first. It’s easy and uncomplicated, which this morning is a good thing. Oh, and I said I would report back—it does make a nice iced tea, though this morning I am drinking it hot.
Smells WONDERFUL and lemony in the tin! A light green with a hint of citron. Makes a very nice iced tea, which is why I bought it!
I love this tea. It’s creamy and delicious on a chilly spring night!
The tea is nice, but not as peachy as I’d hoped. I actually bought it to drink iced, and will report back once I’ve tried it.
OLD SCHOOL BABY. I get this from the British food section at Wegman’s. It wakes me up nicely for early-morning blogging and writing sessions. I drink it with milk and sugar. Like I said, old school. :-)
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I love spearmint, so I like this in the evening and as an after-dinner tea. It needs a bit of sweetener to really bring out the mint flavors.
Very light and creamy with a small hint of pear. Yummy evening treat!