19 Tasting Notes
It’s alright. Has less citrusy taste than I expected, which disappointed me. It smells really good, though.
Boiled in the Breville for 6 min, then added a bit of soymilk and sweetener. Now I’m sipping it watching the sunset, it’s late october, and I have something to say: THIS TASTES LIKE FALL.
Served as iced tea, sweetened with sucralose, this tastes very good and refreshing. Great for a summer afternoon. I still LOVE and much prefer Wild Orange Blossom by itself, served hot.
This is some fantastic stuff! I’ve brewed according to instructions and added a little bit of milk and – wow – tastes like chocolate milk. A treat to have before bedtime, or when you’re relaxing watching a movie. Also that’s the kind of tea you want to offer to those friends who “don’t like tea”. I’m sure they’ll be impressed. It’s amazing. Smells and tastes good, like a good night in. I’m in love.
One of the best teas by Teavana. It’s not only delicious, but it will leave your place with that refreshing citrus scent after you steep it. My preset for herbal teas is 7 minutes with boiling water, then I add some honey and magic happens. I wish you sweet dreams after having this one, you will feel soothed and relaxed!
I had this tea outside during a snowy night. I couldn’t have asked for more. It’s the perfect tea for such a night. It’s the most lemony tea I’ve ever tried, it soothes your tea lover soul, warms you up, makes you feel special.
On my favourites list. Brew at 85C for 6 min, serve with honey. That’s it. It tastes just perfect. The problem is that they only sell it online now.
Makes a delicious, life changing latte when mixed with frothy soymilk. Tastes like banana bread fresh out of the oven. I make a very light version with unsweetened soymilk and twin sugar “brown sugar flavour”, and it rocks, 1/2 soymilk, 1/2 tea. It’s just magical.
I’ve been steeping my greens below 90 for longer than 5 mins and the results have been great. Persian Apple is no exception. Try it with a slice of apple (appleception!) and a tablespoon of honey. Just great!
Steeped with the breville as “white tea” for 6:30 at 85C, and sweetened with splenda. Oh man this is DELICIOUS. I’m starting to believe that the breville settings are more reliable than the standard “brew as” things they write in the labels from david’s tea – I can’t believe all their teas brew at 98C. This tastes MUCH BETTER at 85C.You should try it.