Not a bad tea. At first I didn’t like it, it had a mesh of spice that seemed like over-kill.. however after a few more sips the apple flavor was more pronounced and made for a better flavor. I’ve had smoother blends, but this one would be a good substitute on a cold day I think. I also think it would have probably benefited from some milk and maybe sugar.
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Unsure how to rate this. I have made it 3 or 4 different times, and each time I primarily just taste warm water with a hint of green tea, and a bitter earth flavor that I can only assume are the berries. Odd, since the ingredients state this blend does have blueberries in it, which should have added some sweetness? I steeped it a bit longer than it called for, still not much difference in the results. Maybe it’s just not for me.
Really nice tea, hot yes.. but especially iced! I do prefer it a little sweet, which is extremely rare for me, but I feel it helps bring the blackberry flavor to the front a bit more. The sage is very refreshing, a smart add to this blend.
This is my favorite tea to have when I’m having a bad day or feeling under the weather. It has a sweet scent, and is extremely smooth going down. I always add a little honey, but I wouldn’t say you have to. Fruity in flavor, but not too strong.
I am honestly a little on the fence with this one, but because I wouldn’t actually steer people away from it I’ll give it a thumbs-up. Has a smooth and slightly bold flavor, not too fruit in my opinion, and a little bit sour (in the expected citrus way, given it has grapefruit). Couldn’t pick out the peony, but maybe that’s just me?
I am always a little iffy on green teas, but this one isn’t bad. It’s very light in flavor, I wouldn’t say it’s very sweet though. To me this isn’t a bad thing, but the description may be misleading for some.
I was excited to get this in the mail from a friend.. until I drank it. I spit it back into the cup. To me, it tasted like an antacid pill. No thank you!
I am a big fan of rooibos, and certainly chai; this one isn’t too bad a blend. Easy and smooth going down, I believe the rooibos helps take the sting out of the chai’s spices. This might be good for people looking for a less-intense chai flavor.
While it’s not the finest chai out there, it’s still tasty. You can easily pick up the smell of the cardamom and ginger, and definitely taste it on the way down. Strong flavor, but still lacking something.. can’t put my finger on what.
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I couldn’t personally pick out the different flavors in this one.. I just thought it was “fruity” but more in the mixed berry sort of way.. strange, seeing as it’s coconut, a usual favorite of mine! Perhaps it’s just the way this is blended? A nice afternoon tea, or dessert after a filling dinner.
A tea with a nice earthy smell to it, sort of similar to grass, but an easy smooth taste going down.
A misleading tea for me.. scent is pretty light, but I feel the flavor is more robust than other oolong varieties I have had. Has a lasting flavor, sort of nutty, and a little bitter. While it’s not my favorite blend, I do find it enjoyable.
I enjoy this quite a bit, it was one of my first introductions to Oolong and I am certainly glad for it. Has an earthy smell to it, almost musky. Flavor is somewhat strong but by no means overpowering. Very green tasting, though a bit bitter on the way down.
Fabulous tea. Strong scent, but flavor to me is gentle and smooth. Slight bitter aftertaste, definitely better not to let it cool too much though as mine tends to get an almost sour flavor when it does.