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I’ve had this tea forever, but I never had tried it iced before today. It’s not bad either hot or iced. Very smooth.
I can say that, by far, this is my favorite out of the recently released “Berry Teas”. I feel like this tea fills a void in terms of flavor profile in my collection.
This one has a nice and light strawberry taste. It’s pretty simple, but not boring. I don’t know if this one will make it onto my tea wall…
This one was an unexpected treat. I’ve never had a tea with Juniper berries in it before, but I was able to taste them as well as the Blueberry.
I got this as a free sample with my last order. I’ll most likely order more of this one since it was quite enjoyable.
It’s not bad, but it’s not something I’d buy regularly. Very smooth and light, similar to Kiwi’s Big Adventure (which I prefer) in that aspect.
It tastes like Blueberry Jam. I don’t taste any black tea (which is fine by me).
I don’t normally go willingly for Piña Colada flavored teas, but this one was worth the leap of faith.
I had high expectations for this one, since this tea’s flavor profile is similar to the cupcake teas. The smell knocked my socks off! I brewed it for 5 minutes, but, naturally, my old Easy Tea Steeper locked up on me, so it ended up adding an extra 30 seconds or so. At first, I got more black tea than flavor, which was disappointing, but that might have been because I had sipped it right after sipping some Tropicalia. I tried it again a few minutes after; the taste was more balanced, and much more pleasant.
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I have been getting this one for a while, but I hadn’t logged it yet. I love the maple!
This blend is not bad, but I was hoping for better. The cinnamon comes through with the fruit following. In terms of fruity-cinnamon teas, I prefer Kanpe tea hands down.
I wasn’t expecting much with this one, but, since it was the only Summer Collection 2011 tea that I hadn’t tried, I figured it was worth a shot. The taste isn’t too bad, actually. I have yet to try it iced though, so my rating of this tea may improve if it is better iced.
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This one isn’t bad. I don’t know if I’d get it again, but I will definitely enjoy what I have.
I enjoyed the balanced taste this blend offered. I was surprised I liked it as much as I did. I’ll have to get more of this if it’s a limited time offering.
I went on a limb to try this one (I don’t normally buy straight teas from DT), and it was somewhat disappointing. The quality of the oolong was definitely there, but the taste was not as I had initially expected. I had a Milk Oolong from TeaSpring a year or so ago (which, according to some on here, may have been flavored) that had a more pronounced milky taste, so my expectations were as such.
I used to LOVE this tea. I still like it, but I haven’t been in the mood for it in a while.
This one is decent. Since I have it and hadn’t drank it in a while I figured I’d make some.
This is one of my most favorite teas, and, considering how many I have tried and loved, says a lot.
I was most excited for this cake tea when the “cake collection” was announced. This one ended up being my second favorite to Ice Cream Cake.
Out of all four of DAVIDsTEA’s cake teas, this one is by far my favorite!
When I saw the description of this tea, I didn’t think I’d be crazy about it. I ended up getting a sample with my online order. Much like Midsummer Night’s Dream, this tea wowed me.