37 Tasting Notes
Smells like a sweet breakfast pastry or apple crisp. Brews up a lovely red. This one really needs a long steep to bring out all the nutty flavors. I think you need 2 teaspoons to get the best flavor.
Deep dark and rich, with undertones of marine flavors. A nice strong brew that makes a perfect alternative to coffee. I like blending it with some Tisano for a chocolate flavor.
I love the bright refreshing sour taste of sea buckthorn berries. So I had high hopes for this tea, but it tastes rather bland and mild.
This is pretty refreshing. Supposedly the herbs make the caffeine effect more balanced. Tastes overwhelmingly like a zesty mint.
Tastes like a weak version of Tazo Apple Red + candle wax. Not my thing. The licorice overwhelms everything and overall it’s pretty bland.
Nice apple flavor, but somewhat weak in the cinnamon department. I sometimes double bag this with Harney & Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice for a zestier cinnamon flavor.
One of my favorites. Has a floral quality that goes perfect with a little half and half and a dash of honey. Smells rich and wholesome, with an old-world aromatic quality.
Quite nice with cream and honey. Not a lot of cheese flavor, but tastes rich and coconutty.
I wasn’t such a huge fan of this. It’s a little cloying and doesn’t taste very much like sweet potato pie. It’s decent with honey and cream, but I like their other sweet honeybush blends much better.