83 Tasting Notes
This one isn’t bad. I was expecting this to be heavier on the mint (it was a pleasant surprise that it wasn’t, for me anyways). I like the cooling feeling that the mint and eucalyptus provide. I think this would be a very pleasant iced tea.
This s my favorite from the new collection of teas. It has a nice balance between the fruity and the champagne/floral tastes. I have been able to reuse the leaves several times and get very close to the same flavor.
This is amazing!!! The spice gives it a nice, toasty sensation. I may try this blended with a chocolate tea.
This isn’t bad. It’s kinda reminiscent of red velvet cake. It probably doesn’t help when there are actual red velvet cupcakes in the house…
This is one of the best teas that I’ve ever had. The flavor combination is flawless, to me anyways.
I had always wanted to try this one, and I’m glad DT brought it back! It’s pretty tasty. I prefer Copabanana still, but I’m honestly glad that they brought back one similar to it.
This reminds me of Cherry Cola, but not in a good way…
I wasn’t sure how I felt about this one when I read the description, but it was definitely worth ordering. I don’t know what it reminds me of, but the taste is familiar (in a good way).
I like this one! I wasn’t sure how I’d feel given that my luck with bamboo teas (aside from the Bamboo Lychee Sencha I had found locally). This one is nice. There’s more fruitiness than bamboo, which I prefer.
I am a fan of rose teas, and this one is no disappointment. I like how the chocolate softens the rose. I’ll have to order it again in a few months when it is cooler so that I’ll have more non-melted white chocolate pieces in the blend.