Oh my goodness this is amazing! I was craving thai ice tea, so I put a few scoops of this into boiling water and then let it simmer for about 1 hour. I added more water and let it boil again. The result is amazing and authentic thai iced tea. I added some sugar and let it cool down. With some evaporated milk and ice, it was heaven! Delicious and creamy! I love this tea!
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I never rated this tea?! Crazy! I had a nice amount of this tea also. The leaves are finely ground up. There is barely any bitterness to this, which is good. I like this tea. It is like black tea, but somehow different. This tea is light tasting and perhaps it is because I hadn’t touched it in quite some time. There is a hint of fruitiness and sweetness to it. I can’t really pin it down.
I’m growing some chocolate mint and decided to add some of it to this tea this morning. Delicious!! The maltiness mixed in with the fresh chocolate mint was wonderful!
This tea is a nice white tea. It tasted almost like hot water with little floral and fruity notes popping in and out. Not really my thing. It tastes better when steeped for a longer time though. Good tea overall! It fits my mood right now. I want something light.
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I was going through my untried, unopened teas and saw this. Now, I absolutely love lychee/lichee. It is one of my favorite fruits! I am so thankful that they sell it at the farmer’s market store by the H-mart. Anyhow, I ripped the package open and placed it in a clean tin. The scent was intoxicating. The scent is so strong and sweet smelling almost to the point where I was thinking, “is this real?” The black tea leaves were small, thin, and wiry.
This tea brewed up a nice, dark brown color. The scent is still strong, but a little more subdued compared to the dry leaf. The taste is amazingly delicious. It is not bitter at all, so I decided not to add anything to this tea. It is best left untouched. The lichee taste is there and isn’t overpowering as the black tea base was perfect. The black tea and lichee scent was well balanced. There was a hint of nuts or toast in the back. The slight sweetness lingers behind. What a juicy tea! I am glad that this tea isn’t the usual “fruity, tart” tea in the ways of fruit teas. There is no astringency at all. It was so smooth going down my throat. I love when black teas are this way.
WOW! I am awake now! This has a nice amount of caffeine in it.
I finally finished this little sample up! There was a lot in there. I love chocolate, especially dark chocolate. This one tastes like a watered down dark chocolate. So delicious! I added sugar and milk to this.
This is one of those kind of black teas that you can steep for a while and it won’t become bitter. This is great! It is light, but it does have “this is a winter tea” feel to it. It has a lot of woody and smokey flavors in it mixed with sweetness. I love the shape of the dry leaf. It is curly. It is a good tea!
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Ever since my close friend from med school brewed this tea (either sun or cold brewed), I fell in love with this tea! I haven’t tried it until I received some in a swap! This tea is absolutely delicious iced. I know that I don’t like hibiscus hot, so I cold brew it! It is natural, mildly sweet juice! I love the red/purple color of it as well.
This tea is fresh and has a nice berry flavor to it. It isn’t bitter. The green tea base is lovely and balanced this blend perfectly. This tea is almost like a berry cream. It has a nice sweetness to it as well. I could keep drinking this. This is so delicious!
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I am on a chocolate kick lately. This tea i received in a swap. It is a nice black tea with a decadent milk chocolate scent. The taste is delicious! There is a little artificial tinge to it but it is mostly chocolate that i taste. I love this tea with milk and sugar. Delicious treat!
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I received this sample from RachanaC from iHeartTeas. Thank you!
I think I may have left this sample too long in my cupboard as it isn’t as flavorful as I had hoped it would be. I steeped it longer and it tastes more like a malted chocolate shake! Delicious! I added sugar to it. I love chocolate and this was a great tea!
This tea reminds me of Earl Grey. A nice, nutty orange flavor. This is lovely without additives.
This is a fairly good tea. It is a mild tea with a nice cocoa flavor to it. It doesn’t need any milk or sugar, though I will try it next time I make this. Great breakfast tea! I wish it had more caffeine in it to keep me going :)
I crushed up 6-8 cardamom pods, 4 cloves, 1 all spice, 4-5 pieces of black pepper and a cinnamon stick and let it simmer in milk. I then added this Tanzania Organic Tea to the mix. WOW! The light creamy brown stew was delicious! I stored some in my thermos and drank the rest. I love the hint of spice in my mouth. It is tingly. I added sugar to it too. I love this blend. Favorite!!!!
This is a great basic Assam tea. It is malty and light. You can brew it dark if you wish or you can brew it light. Great tea! I’m going to miss it.
I am fairly biased toward Tanzanian teas. This one is great! The tea bits look different than the usual cut up ones. They resemble small pellets. The scent is a nice, malty, sweet scent. I love this tea! This tastes exactly like the teas I’ve had there. It is a really dark brew and needs sugar and/or milk. I made this with cardamom last night as well. I need to go buy some milk! :)