9 Tasting Notes
The tea itself is very bland except for the incredible bitterness. Yet another tea I will drown with soy milk and hunny. Blah
If I drown the perfume and bergamont with vanilla soy its drinkable. Not a fan
Normally I like to drink my tea straight… no milk no honey just tea. I took a sip of this chai and immediately knew it was going to be just a bit to much. I added a little soy milk and instantly fell in love. I may have found my new favorite tea. It has the perfect amount of black pepper and cinnamon. Gives you just the right about of kick. YUM!
Very light and mellow. I prefer a little more boldness to my tea but I am greatful that none of the flavors were too overpowering. It wasn’t spectacular but wasn’t bad by any means.
YUM! This fruity, herbal tea tastes delicious hot or cold. At first taste I was taken back by the tartness, but after my second sip it settled and my taste buds were in heaven! This is one of my favorite herbal teas yet!
I am not a huge fan of green teas but this is more minty than green. Calming, soothing, and fresh and leaves a pleasant aftertaste in your mouth.
It’s our main work tea here in the breakroom and although it smells like heaven I find it to be pretty bland in flavor. I drink it…. I enjoy it…but I don’t fall in love.
I had to check the package twice I feel like I just drank a mixture of theraflu and sunny d. TANGY, NASTY, BLAH…. Good thing I just purchased the box of assorted flavors and not an entire box of this junk. Now to figure out how to burn the other two tea bags without burning my eyes out with citric acid vapors.
For a caffeine free, herbal tea I love it. It has a lot of flavor as long as the directions are followed in terms of brewing time and making sure not to dilute with excess water. I do however get a more licorice flavor from this tea than I do vanilla.