5 Tasting Notes
This tea is pretty good. Very citrusy, and I can really taste the ginseng and ginger in it. I find it odd (especially for an oolong/pu’erh based tea) that this one doesn’t re-steep very well – I find that you get only one really good infusion for it which is too bad. :(
My brother and sister-in-law picked this one up for me as a Christmas present. It smells beautiful – nice and fruity. However, I don’t like my teas to be overly floral tasting and the lavender in this one shines through in taste (where it doesn’t in scent). Not a terrible tea, but definitely not my favorite.
I picked up this tea after a night of eating too much bratwurst and schnitzel…needless to say my tummy wasn’t feeling great. While I give kudos to this tea for making me feel much better, I wasn’t crazy about the taste OR the smell and I can’t get past it. I do enjoy ginger, but I think in this tea it was much too overpowering. I’m not normally a fan of stevia because of its aftertaste but there wasn’t much of one with this tea which was nice. I ended up giving this one away to a friend just because I know I won’t get around to drinking it. :(
I was intrigued by the Wellness teas and wanted to try a couple. This was the first one I picked up and I have to say I was in love at first smell. It’s very fruity, sweet (and a bit tart at the same time), and tasted almost the same as it smells. It reminds me of a favorite childhood candy of mine because of the hawthorne berry (hawflakes – super tasty candy).