63 Tasting Notes
I have to be careful not to let this steep too long or the the flavor is too strong. But when I get it right, it is the perfect marriage of cinnamon and orange with a caffeine kick from the black tea.
It has the wonderful cinnamon flavor I have come to love from Harney’s. However, I don’t prefer it matched with the grassiness of the green tea.
Having loved Arbor Tea’s Cinnamon Rooibos, I gave this blend a try. Oh my Dumbledore. It’s perfect. I would swear that they put sweetener in it but apparently they don’t. Incredibly strong cinnamon. Perfect. I only order a sample, now I’m off to buy a tin!
I really wanted to like this. I had a cup of White Earl Grey at Teavana that I loved and since I try not to buy from them, I gave Harney’s version a shot. I don’t dislike it. It’s just…there is this odd medicinal taste to it. I can’t put my finger on it but I get a strong flavor that reminds me of a hospital and I can’t figure it out.
The base is nice and the jasmine is strong. If offered I would drink it, but I don’t think I’ll order this again. I’ve had a few jasmines now and the floral is just too much for me.
A nice white. It isn’t too mild like some whites. Just enough flavor. With a little honey, it is a nice iced tea to drink with a meal.
I picked this one up in sachets at Target on a whim. The chocolate didn’t make this as sweet as I expected so I added a teensy bit of honey. With a splash of milk, I had desert in a cup. Very yummy.