19 Tasting Notes
Smooth! I love it. I let it steep about 3.5 minutes as directed. I can also get a second steep out of it.
I’ve been drinking this as my morning tea the past couple days. It has a nice kick. The assam gives it a dusty, dirty taste. I almost wish it had more ceylon but then it wouldn’t be Irish breakfast tea :)
I like it, it stands up to several steepings with no loss in flavor (loose leaf).
This tea was a pleasant surprise. I am not an herbal tea fan – give me a strong black tea any day! But today I am tackling a sore throat and read that chamomile was a good treatment. Chamomile tea has always tasted dusty to me, but this tea with the citrus and the honey I added was tasty, sweet but not too sweet. THe jury is out about treating a sore throat though.
Fresh, minty. Tea bag lasts multiple steeps. Great for my cold.
This tea smells amazing but disappoints in the mug. Earl Gray-like as others noted, but the taste disappears.
Not as fully-flavored as I expected but it was ok. I would buy again. I just bought a variety pack of ML so I am eager to see how they all pan out.
I love this tea in the afternoon. One day I added vanilla creamer by mistake at work, but the flavors work wonderfully together. It’s a great pick me up for the work day.
Great morning tea. Nice kick of caffeine.
Smooth pleasant taste. I prepared it in a diffuser and mixed it 2 parts tea one part skim milk.Better as an afternoon tea than a morning tea imo.
Tastes as much like chocolate as carob does, but it is a very pleasant tea. I made mine with warm milk and sugar. Don’t let it steep too long or it will become bitter, IMO. Great tea for a rainy afternoon.