Enjoyed with milk and sugar
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Sweet and yummy without adding anything.
It is OK. Rather weak, but I might not have steeped it enough.
The color of this tea was so light after I steeped it, I debated steeping it longer. It didn’t need it. It was wonderful.
Yeah I’ve learned by drinking more green and white teas (and even oolongs) that the darkness of the liquor isn’t always the same as the strength of the flavor.
This is a flavorful tea with subtle bergamot. Tasty! Steeped in my french press.
Pleasantly surprised. No Stash aftertaste present.
It is OK. I steeped for 4 minutes and added raw sugar and a little milk. I was expecting more of a chai, even though it doesn’t say that.
Er yeah, chai tea this ain’t. But I drink this stuff instead of rooibos when I feel like something decaffinated. Adding even a tiny bit of honey will really bring out the honey flavour.
Enjoyed at JJ’s. Drank as chai (steeped with milk), reminiscent of tea in Uganda. Added raw sugar.
A find of my roommates, enjoying with honey and a slice of toast with pumpkin butter. And The Office and knitting.
This initially smelled like powdered limeaid. I added a bit of organic honey and loved it.
This is actually my favorite Numi tea. I like the slight pucker it brings to my lips and the strong lime fragrance.
Did you mean to give it a thumbs down? ::iz confuzed:: Also – where did you find it? I’ve been getting Numi at the grocery here, but they don’t have much of a selection at all. :(
CMW- Thanks for the heads up. I had no idea I had given it a thumbs down. I found it in the back of my spice cabinet and neither of my roommates claimed it. It was in a variety box. We carried some Numi teas at Outloud’s Cafe.