26 Tasting Notes
Awesome. My girlfriend and I picked it up because it smelled amazing – more like cranberry than a freaking cranberry itself.
The flavor is smooth, mild and slightly sweet even without sugar. A really great tea to have after dinner or something. Just nice going down. Probably a good tea for new tea drinkers or people new to the bitter tastes associated with black tea.
Cozy smell, nice taste. This is another tea that my girlfriend loves but I’m not nuts about. But, it’s some high-quality green tea to say the least! I’d recommend it if you want a stable staple tea.
I tried preparing a subtle variation. This stuff is one of my main-stays when I’m looking for a good cup of tea in a hurry. Especially when I come home to a cold apartment and need something to hang on to while the room heats up.
I dunno what the other guys are on about. This tea is freaking delicious with a little sugar. The honey / vanilla flavors do blend together, but the blend that they make is really unique, really calming and totally full-bodied. I probably won’t buy it again (I gotta stop!), but for the time being, I’m really going to enjoy it!
Way better than Tazo’s vanilla rooibos.
Also, this tea marks the 6th straight rooibos blend I’ve bought. Now I know how heroin addicts feel…
Absolutely one of my favorite teas EVER! It’s so simple: green tea, lemon grass, ‘natural flavors’ (okay, maybe not so simple). But the blend is a wonderful, citrusy flavorful adventure.
This tea started my love affair with lemongrass herbal teas. I did run out, however, so I went so far as to swipe a leaf of lemongrass bush from our local conservatory. Sssh! Don’t tell them. It was delicious though, so I have to compliment their craftsmanship.
I was having some breathing problems, so I thought that I would pick up a tea that would help with my breathing. I wasn’t sure what to get, but luckily, I ran into this stuff at my grocery store. It was cheap and tasty, but I can’t gage whether or not it actually works.
Either way, the blend of ingredients is great as its own tea, as the licorice and other ingredients make a tasty, fruity and generally powerful tea. It’s very present and very powerful in flavor.
Girlfriend loves it, I’m not partial.
Nothing too complicated. The mint / spearmint blend is a great taste, but for me, it’s a moody thing. I only like it when I feel sick. The minty rush is great for calmin’ the old belly after a particularly awful meal (a 1 pound burrito composed mostly of hot chili, for example).
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