7 Tasting Notes
Plain, this tea is boring. With a little honey and almond milk, however, the light touch of chai comes out in an enjoyable way. The vanilla is very subtle and hard to detect, however, and could use a stronger kick. This tea is also good heated in milk instead of water.
A standard black tea. A little strong on the tannins plain, which becomes unnoticeable with cream and sugar. Not great, not bad.
Delightfully chocolatey with a tiny bit of kick. I love this as an evening tea, since it’s caffeine free. It’s a good replacement for dessert, and also blends pretty well with other teas and interestingly with coffee.
This tea has a lightly fruity flavor that’s rather pleasant, and this is coming from someone who generally dislikes fruity teas.
The best part of the tea, however, is that it helps a goodly bit with cramps, even though it’s not marketed specifically as such.
This tea is delicious and described entirely incorrectly. There’s little to no coffee flavor involved here; just chocolate. It basically tastes like chocolate liqueur made tea.
A fantabulous tea. Also, all blasphemy aside, it mixes well with coffee and gives it a mocha-chocolatey flavor when brewed with the grounds.
This tea is fairly okay. I must confess, it’s not my favorite for straight drinking – I like mixing it into my morning coffee (blasphemy, I know), because it makes the coffee taste like a cookie. As a coffee mixer, it’s pretty delicious.