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Smooth, delicious, and always relaxing.
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Brewed iced with half this and half Pomegranate Green Tea from Republic of Tea…delicious. This tea tends to be heavier and more fruity, while the Republic of Tea tends to be a little lighter. They worked well together to create a refreshing
and pink iced tea perfect for a random 70 degree day.
I did this one wrong- it could have been so light and delicate if I’d only steeped it half as long. Steeping too long brings out the black tea too much and destroys the nut flavors and sweetness.
Without sugar, the Creme of this still is enough to take away the acidity that can ruin Earl Grey on a bad day. Mmmmm.
By far my favorite Celestial Seasonings tea, and the only to have gone so quickly in our house. The Vanilla is firmly present, but not at all as overwhelming as in other red vanilla teas. This is my go-to tea whenever I need to unwind.
This tea is definitely best if brewed less than I did today, but still amazingly good. It definitely gets pretty bitter if brewed too long, though, but still one of my favorites.
More cinnamon than my taste, but so naturally sweet and refreshing. A perfect autumn tea.
This tea is not as good brewing right after boiling, and definitely should only use 1 tsp of sugar. Not so good this time, but still amazing
Absolutely delicious with a little sugar. One of my all time favorites…now I need to get my housemate to go to Seattle more often.
Say what I may about Teavana’s customer service, their Masala Chai is good staple.
I actually really like this. It’s more light and vanilla-y than my usual vanilla red tea, and would be good blended with something…but what…
Not the best. It’s better iced though, I’m sure.
Delicious delicious delicious. How can I express how amazing this tea is? The double bergamot oil takes this from a regular earl grey to one of my favorite teas of all time. It’s a great after-dinner tea.
Mixed it with Pomegranate Green Superfruit Tea, and it was also highly delicious. I brewed it (3:2) for an iced tea, which turned out nice, but honestly would’ve been better (2:3) instead.
I am learning though- this was a good example of using different tastes that don’t clash and ensuring each is a different type of tea. If the Pomegranate had also been white, it’d have been a very confusing tea (and if the Orange had been green, it’d have been far too heavy).
Mixed it with Wild Maine Blueberry also from the republic of tea, and brewed iced tea with it (3:2). Delicious…really delicious. I would make it again for sure
Mixed it with Masala Chai (2 mate : 1 chai) and it was delicious. Probably would be better with 1 mate: 2 chai…
I’m biased for not being a huge cinnamon fan, bu I definitely could not taste anything beyond the cinnamon in this.
Still good when iced