11 Tasting Notes
When I want a STRONG tangy and fruity tea, I reach for this. It is delicious, and has a very strong flavor.
There is no actual pomegranate in this tea, which I didn’t realize when I was purchasing it. That aside, it’s okay for when I’m in the mood for a somewhat tangy fruity white tea. Might by it again if it’s on sale?
I brewed Youthberry with Wild Orange Blossom and added a little agave sweetener and it is delicious. Will definitely be back for more soon.
Really not a fan. I can hardly taste the mint amid all the bitter flavor.
I snagged this at my TJMaxx, which surprisingly has a wide tea selection – some teas better than others, but pretty cheap so they’re worth a gamble.
Chamomile tea is my favorite, and this has a really nice flavor – not too strong, and not too subtle. And sweet enough for me, that I didn’t add any agave. Big fan!
Out of the package, I can really smell the berry blend, and it smells delicious. Aroma is kind of important to me. In taste, I can clearly taste the blueberries and just a hint of the raspberry. But I suppose raspberry can be a difficult flavor to grasp in tea.
From the silk bags and loose tea leaves, I expected a lot more. There was little vanilla flavor, and the tea tasted mostly like bitter water. I added agave, and that helped some. Next time I’ll try with milk or cream.