124 Tasting Notes
Surprised to say, I love this. Makes my whole office smell like blueberry muffins. I do not like blueberries or fruit tea, but somehow rooibos has saved another concoction. On second steep I taste more of the hibiscus, so I’d avoid that unless it’s your cup o’ tea.
Much better this time around with soy milk and turbinado sugar. Had a sweet dessert tea taste.
I really enjoyed this. Reminds me of a smooth, clean, earl grey, without any substantial after taste or scent. I used two pearls, but I think one would be plenty for my taste in weak tea. I also assumed I could steep this without a filter, but the pearls unfurled completely and I got a mouth full of leaves.
Backlogging. I love this tea every time I drink it.
Not strong on the pumpkin or spice. It was a decent black tea, but needs something more. I’ll try it with milk next time.
Much better iced! Subtle and refreshing. Honey overpowered the peach, so I’d recommend agave nectar or straight up.
The first tea that ever piqued my interest in green tea. It’s been a while, but this is an old favorite. A little caffeine plus refreshing mint. Nice.
A good alternative to standard black tea.
This tea has everything I love: Soothing chamomile, refreshing mint, and satisfying rooibos. The flavors kind of dance around like there is a party in my mouth, but no one flavor really over powers the others. It is well balanced and unlike anything I’ve tasted in a tea.