49 Tasting Notes
It’s no mocha – or Mayan chocolate truffle – not even close. But it is a great coffee alternative. My only complaint is that the chocolate flavor isn’t a little stronger to make it really stand out from the original Teeccino.
A good coffee alternative – the vanilla flavor is not too strong like some of the other Teeccino flavors – in fact it is quite mild.
This is a good alternative if you like flavored coffees. The cloying hazelnut flavor is a little overwhelming for me – but it doesn’t render the cup undrinkable – I just know that I have to pair it with the proper cookie :)
It’s not coffee. If the caffeine or acidity of coffee bothers your stomach, then you should try Teeccino. It tastes like mediocre coffee and gives you that warm feeling like drinking a cup of coffee gives you. It’s a nice alternative if you were told you shouldn’t drink coffee anymore.
If you like pu-erh, stay very far away from this tea.
Berry tea that is tart. I don’t think it is overwhelming blueberry, but it clearly more blueberry than a berry zinger tea.
This tea is not too fruity and not too rooibossy – it’s very smooth and well blended so that not one flavor stands out.
I didn’t know what to think when I was given this tea – the name didn’t tell me much, and the description does not sound appealing to me.
Lo and behold, I made myself a cup this morning and I actually really like it. The peppermint notes are very low, almost non-existant. There are floral notes, but they are not cloying like your average jasmine tea. It’s just a very smooth green tea, with a little more flavors to make it unique.