49 Tasting Notes
I actually really liked this tea – probably because the chai flavor was not too strong. I did not add milk, although I can see where some people will like it that way.
I drank this tea hot. It is fruity with a mild ginger flavor – very pleasant.
I like hot citrusy teas. This is one of them – although I lean more towards all straight forward teas without a lot of additives (this has a long ingredients list).
It’s not offensive – in fact it does not have the overpowering clove flavor that most hot apple ciders have. However, it didn’t hit the mark with me. Also, why the soy lecithin Bigelow?
Now, I am not a fan of flavored black teas, but this tea drew me in on the aroma alone. Yes, it smells like eggnog. But it tastes to me like someone added watered down (weak) eggnog to some already mediocre black tea. Not a fan. And I don’t understand why they blended black & green tea.
I prefer more fruit / citrus to spice. This tea did not offer that to me.
I am not a chamomile connoisseur, but I do like this tea – I do however find all chamomile teas (from loose to bagged) to me about the same on the rating scale…
I actually like this tea. It is very minty, but with a touch of tarragon it has a mildly different flavor than straight mint teas. I often drink this tea after dinner, before bed, or when I feel sick.
I found this tea to have too many flavors to be calming.
on the scale of flavored teas, this is not bad – but as noted in other reviews it is just a fruity flavored tea