3 Tasting Notes
This tea isn’t working for me as much as it does for others. It’s very sweet and cinnamon-y and tastes like potpourri. You don’t need any sugar as it is already sweet, and it leaves me still thirsty after. I would recommend this to someone who isn’t a big tea drinker, as there is no tea in it whatsoever.
This isn’t one of my go-to favorites, but i do enjoy it every once and a while. When you first smell the tea in the bag, I get more black tea than blueberry. As it steeps, it becomes this murky black liquid that isn’t exactly appetizing, but i it tastes much better as the cup goes on. I add a teaspoon of sugar and thats all i need, and i strangely enjoy it lukewarm. This is a good tea for anyone who likes more fruit flavor, because thats really all it is.
This is probably my favourite tea from David’s. At first when i smell it i get hints of apple and almond. Second, the coconut takes over. I love apple and coconut together so this worked perfectly. The rooibos prevents it from being overly sweet, but it still has dessert qualities. I love this and would suggest it to anyone.