5 Tasting Notes
Too subtle for my taste.
For a tea that boasts organic cinnamon, organic licorice, organic ginger, organic nutmeg, organic clove and organic stevia—I find the tea lacking flavor depth and tasting watery.
Still great as a soothing late night drink to warm your bones in winter.
If you truly appreciate tea, the Keurig machine isn’t the way to show love.
That being said, if you have a Keurig machine at work, and enjoy capitalizing on as much free drinks as you can, Mandarin Orange Spice Herb Tea is a great non-caffeine choice after drinking three cups of free Keurig coffee.
Strong citrus scent and tangy flavor, I enjoy this tea in the afternoon as a pick-me-up with a piece of chocolate or toasted seaweed. Trust me, they go great together.
The low rating is from this truth: instant gratification tea never tastes as good as steeped leaves.
In conclusion, enjoy your Keurig machine and pick Mandarin Orange, but let’s be honest—it’s not the real thing.