80 Tasting Notes
Comparative to a straight up lemon myrtle tea, this was a bit muted, but still very bright and lemony, both in fragrance and in flavor. Good iced!
Not a bad tea; not my favorite. Apple overtones, which is not my favorite base flavor, but I do like the black tea/green tea blend of teas.
Very pleasant lemony tea, slightly muted lemon fragrance and taste; not as strongly scented or flavored as a lemon myrtle, but still very bright with a strong lemon fragrance. Would like to try it iced.
Lightly fragrant black tea, lovely light rose scent and flavor. Although I normally add milk and sugar to my black teas, doing so to this tea overwhelmed whatever rose fragrance and flavor there was. Good tea, although I’ll keep looking for other rose-scented teas that may hold up better to milk and sugar.
Enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. The initial flavor didn’t appeal to me, but almost immediately I was hit with a licorice-y, anise-y sweetness that was quite enjoyable. I really enjoyed this one as an iced tea.
It was definitely very fruity, with a slight tang (thanks to the apple), and while it was a very pretty-looking tea, and it was decent, I definitely preferred it iced. Very fruity, no one fruit or herb was over overpowering, and blended well enough, but not something I’m likely to be in the mood for often.
I’ve always liked lemon myrtle tea; it smells really fresh and just very bright and lemony, and it’s one of the reasons I enjoy this tea so much. If adding honey, don’t add too much – the sweetness will overpower the delicate lemon flavor. Also good iced!
Excellent all-around black tea, no bitterness; holds up very well with milk and sugar.
Pretty good, interesting tea. The loose leaf (pre-brewed) tea smells lovely and minty, and the post-brewed smells lightly of fruit, namely cherry, with hints of peppermint aftertaste.
Better steeped at 3 minutes, it has more grapefruit tasting notes without milk and sugar, but is also more bitter without.