47 Tasting Notes
This tea is very tasty, especially blended with Adagio’s cream flavored tea or served with milk. The hazelnut flavor is very strong, a nice contrast to the usual weak hazelnut flavor in other teas. It is, of course, divine combined with a chocolate tea, but be sure to use more chocolate than hazelnut tea as the hazelnut will overwhelm otherwise.
I prefer the first steep served with milk and sugar, but the second is great on its own.
This isn’t bad, in fact it’s a good, light oolong, but with the raspberries I was hoping for more of a berry taste. It’s more of a raspberry memory.
Surprisingly not overwhelmed by cinnamon. The rooibos and vanilla are the main players while the cinnamon adds a bit of spicy punch. Lighter than I expected it to be. Good, but I was hoping for something a little more strongly flavored.
Wonderfully fruity, like summer in a drink.
Do not steep for too long or with too-hot water or the lemongrass and the hibiscus overwhelm the more delicate pear flavors.
A surprisingly light and fruity tea. No hint of bitterness to the cup.
Apples! And spices! Too bad Republic of Tea doesn’t offer this herbal tisane year round because it is absolutely lovely. A tasty apple and spice.
Disappointing. For something that smells nice in the package, the tea itself was kind of blah. It neither sang nor sank and instead simply was boring.