Whenever I am cleansing, which usually happens during Lent, this is my staple. Has a slight sweetness that get’s me between meals. Yummy
42 Tasting Notes
I got this as a Christmas gift from my partner’s cousin. I’ve used everything but the Passion bags, just because I don’t like hibiscus. The box is nice to store samples, and the other teas were decent.
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Did not like this tea, there’s something artificial about it.
The aroma reminds me of chewing tobacco. Overall this is very cooling.
I think the toasted rice is spot on, but it over powers the sencha. I reach for this when ever I need a snack.
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Has a smooth tobacco tone which reminds me of Celestial Seasonings’ Morning Thunder
Perfect balance of choccie and mate. I don’t take the bag out while I’m drinking.
For a bagged green, it’s good, though it’s lacking in the matcha dept.
Second time drinking this. The taste to me would be like water in a pristine stream that just grazes the silt of the riverbed. Earthily mild.
This is my wake up cup, every morning. In my opinion this is one of the best EG’s in a bag, it neither coats my mouth with an oily film, nor does it dry my palette.
I cannot get my cup to be purple, it’s always a pink color. I don’t really like Açai berry unless it’s the actual berry, so maybe I’ll turn this into iced tea this summer.
I got this tisane as a Valentine’s Day gift from a girl who lived down the hall from me in college. It remains my favorite tisane because of the anise, I love it, love it, love it!
Was a little hesitant to drink this because I had heard somewhere it was a potential carcinogen, but did a little research after my partner brought a bag home. Reminds me of nettles.
It’s too fruity for my liking. The flavorings mask the white. I’ve come to realize that pomegranate is only delicious iff my hands are stained and I have a pile of pith in front of me =)