168 Tasting Notes
The best part of this tea, for me, is the dry smell. I’m not a huge fan of the taste but still it’s good. The type of black tea they use blends perfectly with the other ingredients. Still not quite sure of what to think about the sprinkles in there. I think perhaps that the tea would have been better off without them. This is is surprisingly good hot and cold.
Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Cream
Aloha from Hawai’i. Found this tea at a spice shop. Kinda pricey but didnt know if I’d see it again so I figured lets just get it. As far as passion fruit flavor goes, I don’t detect any. The french vanilla is definiatly there though. And as usual the rooibos is the dominant flavor.
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Flavors: Nuts, Vanilla
A very unique Rooibos. Generally I find that the rooibos takes over all of the other flavors, like a nice bully, and leaves a little extra space for them to be tasted as well. It all blends together very nicely and yet I still find it to be… I’m not sure of what the right word/words for it should be. Smooth but… this is weird I seriously can’t come up with a way to describe it!
Regardless of my inability to describe it it is a good tea. Not worth a high rating to me because I don’t find it to be that great. (You know how some teas just make you go, “wow! this is amazing.” I don’t get that from this one.)