31 Tasting Notes
Sweet and deep flavor. I did not add anything to this; it was great on its own.
I like chai tea, and I like vanilla. So I kind of automatically like this one. I iced it this time, by steeping it a little stronger, and I added soy and a tiny bit of sugar. I think next time I’ll back off on the soy, because it masked some of the flavor.
When I smelled this before I brewed it, the ginger was so strong it made me sneeze. So I brewed it for just three minutes. I think next time I’ll put it in for longer; it’s good but it could be stronger. The lemon is almost an aftertaste, which I like.
I really enjoy this tea. The lemon isn’t to strong, but it’s strong enough. I put in just a little sugar and it’s perfect.
This was fairly good, and different from most green teas I’ve had.
I steeped for 4 minutes, and drank by itself; I didn’t love the flavor, so I added some soy milk, which really improved it in my opinion.
This was alright, but I think I’ll steep it longer next time because it was a little weaker than I was hoping. The taste is nice, but I’d like it to be stronger.
This smells like honey with a tiny whiff of flower. I don’t really like the overwhelming flower scents that some teas have, so I really like this. The taste is pretty mild, but I really enjoy it. I could have drank it straight, but I added a tiny bit of sugar and it tastes like honey and light flower.
This wasn’t bad but it wasn’t overly good. I’m not in love with Jasmine, but I got this as a gift and I think I like it more than most Jasmine Greens. It was pretty mild even as it steeped longer.
This is a really nice black tea. I’m not a huge black tea drinker, but I got this as a gift and it’s a good fallback if I can’t find something else I feel like drinking.