2 Tasting Notes
I’m not sure why this one is being panned in reviews. For a bagged tea, it’s not too bad. From the looks of it, it’s using more fannings than anything else, but that could just be due to the spices. Mostly, when you drink this, you taste the ginger, which might be what so many object to. It’s more of a complicated taste, as there are a lot of different herbs being used, which also might irritate some, who might be wanting a less demanding tea. The aftertaste is also very much clove, which, as I stated, the overall taste being ginger, might also play some havoc on people’s tastebuds. All in all, not a bad tea, for those looking for an herbal remedy tea.
For a simple tea to drink while at work that doesn’t require much attention, and doesn’t cost very much, this is a fine tea. It doesn’t come in biodegradable bags (which is understandable, as it is a commercial tea,) but at least it isn’t obviously made with fannings.