16 Tasting Notes
I’m a huge lychee fan, whether it’s in a martini or juiced or just eating it the plain ol’ fashioned way — the whole fruit! So, that being said, I was expecting this tea to jump out at me with lychee flavour. I understand that it’s not infused and it’s really just an essence of lychee. And in that respect it’s really quite nice. But in terms of getting my lychee bang for my …. taste (?), it really missed the mark slightly.
It’s a good one, but I think it’s prompting me to mission a better version of itself. Suggestions anyone?
So I just tried this and I’ve got to say, I’m not in love with it. It’s not bad, it just doesn’t have a distinct flavour, other than lemongrass, to me. I thought that with the juniper berries and rooibos that the flavours would be deep and build up gradually… Maybe I built it up too much?
I’m a big fan of DT, but I won’t be buying a full tin of this tea any time soon.
I love citrus in my tea, but I’ve got to say that this blend isn’t thr best I’ve had. It’s good, don’t get me wrong, but if I’m going for my citrus kick I think I’d rather go eith citrin oolong or the skinny.
I totally thought I wasn’t going to enjoy this. I’m not a mate fan, but there’s something about the chocolate and nutty taste of this that mate that really is simply divine. Of course, I couldn’t brew it for too long…but steeped to perfection this tea is perfect for a cold winter’s day.
I don’t drink pu-erh normally, but this tea might change that. The minty refreshing taste of this beautiful tea is enough to convert me from my greens and whites. Really is a delicious brew and I’d recommend it.
I don’t know what it is about this tea but I love it. It sort of smells like oatmeal, and although I know that’s turned off some people I know, I just love thr naturally sweet taste of this rooibos. One of my faves :)
Surprisingly (I’m not a huge chocolate in my tea fan), this tea is not only delicious but it’s extremely refreshing given its minty aftertaste. I was hoping to get more of the “spice” flavor that was described on the website, but nonetheless it’s a tasty treat!!
Err…this one didn’t do it for me today. I’m not sure if it’s going bad, or if my sense of smell is screwed up, but I couldn’t shake the feeling that there’s dill in this. Made a cup this morning and couldn’t finish it. I’ll try again tomorrow.
It’s too bad since I’m a huge rooibos fan.
Just had this the other day when I happened to pop in to the store. I got to say, if there was a competition between berries and citrus, citrus would always win in my world. So, there’s no surprise here that the lime in this lovely concoction won me over, not only with its delicious scent, but the subtly tangy taste it adds as well.
And then they added coconut. Well, that’s it right there. I’m sold. Lovely tea, I could sip on cup after cup after cup…after cup :)