still enjoying it!!
it tastes kind of like sorbet ice cream more and more I drink it :)
definitely on my re-purchase list
40 Tasting Notes
still enjoying it!!
This is really awful. Doesn’t taste of cranberries at all.
In fact, it’s a bit bitter and tastes like medicine.
I think it’s because they have way too many obscure spices in there instead of cranberries. I was expecting CRANBERRIES. Instead it’s the worst mix of both spicy and bitter.
I’m dumping it.
This is actually really decent!
I usually hate minty teas, but this one goes well together.
You can actually taste a bit of the sweetness from the candy canes
and it’s kind of like hot mint chocolate candy… In a good way.
I usually don’t like the blended teas from David’s but this one is definitely one I wouldn’t mind trying again – that’s saying something! :)
I never tried this because they’re always more expensive than the Ito-en/kirkland green teas that are always beside it…
But one time they had a sale I decided to pick it up. What a mistake.
It’s not so good. It turns sour/bitter way too quickly even if I adjust the water temperature, tastes more smokey like cheap Chinese green teas that I don’t like too much…
Not very pleasant… I’m chugging it down so I can go back to my old green tea…
pretty sure it’s all in my head – but I feel good when I drink this tea.
gingers and citruses always pick me up a bit I think.
Good stuff :)
I am thoroughly impressed and pleased :)
I added a bit of double double coffee mate my second time,
and it has replaced my dessert.
Of course I want to dunk my chocolate fudge covered cookies in it… but this will do for the next couple weeks while I’m trying to get back to my original weight.
Oh; this is like the most nostalgic tea ever
lol – I think I grew up drinking this tea, as asian as our home is :)
I can say I don’t really enjoy Chinese teas – they tend to be really … smoky (?) for me but this Jasmine tea is the one I compare all the rest to.
It’s strange. I can surely taste the ginger and the pear…
but together it tastes like tap water.
It’s not bad if I drink it mindlessly while I’m studying or writing, but
if I actually try to have a ‘tea-moment’ (hahah) then it starts to taste like soap.
tap water soap and swimming pool water. oh nos
I have a sample of this tea from the connoisseur package, and I think this is my first time trying straight oolong.
And it’s just making me realize all over again how wonderful straight, conservative teas are. Blends have never really thrilled me, but straight teas seem to hold all the magic.
There’s so much tradition behind it, and I feel as though I can relate to people thousands of years back who were sipping their tea, thinking wise thoughts, enjoying life in a cup. :)
Any tea that leads to thinking like this deserves high praise.
If it weren’t for the steep prices (ahaahah; did not mean to use a pun) I would definitely get 100g of this right away!!
very typical tea with a very typical/ordinary flavour
There are better ways to spend the money I did i.e. on teas that are cheaper
but taste of peaches.
But if not being economical like me – it’s a good tea for taste.
I LOVE this tea!!
It tastes just as it smells (that’s always impressive) and I can taste all flavours perfectly. The only thing is that as with all other herbal teas it kind of gets a sour after taste. Probably because I oversteeped it. But I do like letting out as much flavour as I can…
Any tea experts to help me with this problem?
I’ve always hated mint tea… But I guess I could see why people can like it.
Tazo mint tea is by far the best I’ve tried.
And it’s called ‘refresh’ for a reason – hahah
It’s like a wave of cold (but hot) just washing over your mouth, nose and even eyes lol
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tastes enough of coconut,
gets boring real quick though…
Thinking about adding chai spices to it :)
I added milk and sugar to it also, and agree that the tea does have a flatter taste. It doesn’t quite support the milk and sugar such that the tea tastes gets mellowed quite a bit. But still a good tea :)
I reaaaaally hate the minty taste to this…
Any time I actually spend money buying green tea – I’d like to be able to treat myself and add a bit of sugar and milk,
but with the mint coming through so much, I just don’t know how to go about drinking this tea.
NOT a fan of mint
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It’s alright.. Definitely not as good as Tealish’s Spicy Chai
and tastes much like any other chai teas….
But then again, I admit that when it comes to Chai virtually all taste the same to me.
Anyone know a chai tea that ACTUALLY tastes different from all the rest? something special about it? recommendations please :) ?
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can’t. finish. my. cup.
Too perfumey for me, but it does taste of chocolates
But even milk and sugar can’t make this better for me :(
tastes like tap water. Yum.
i do love ginger oh so very much :)
these non-fruity, non-buttery teas are best for me;
they taste fresher, healthier (even if that’s not quite true)
took one sip, and it was waaay too buttery/greasy tasting
on the fruity side – don’t like those kinds of tea much,
but this one was good! couldn’t finish it though;
the taste got boring boo