A pretty basic white tea, which has served me well for blending experiments heh heh! I feel like this white tea isn’t as sweet as I expect a plain white tea to be, but it’s not bad.
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Most definitely a bold, rustic and delicious signature blend tea! It smells very sweet and fruity, but once you brew it the spicy chai really comes out and dang the two mix perfectly! Quite unique and super addictinggg.
FANTASTICO! Finally got a chance to try this tonight! It’s lighter than some bagged raspberry teas I’ve experienced in the past, and I really love it that way. Fruity, sweet and tangy, probably the best raspberry tea I’ve tasted. Delishhh. Gonna make another cup RIGHT NOW.
UPDATE: IT APPARENTLY DOESN’T RE-STEEP WELL. :’( JUST FYI.
Good green flavor and not too earthy is definitely a good way to describe this! Nothing much more to say about it, but it’s yummy and simple and probably higher on my list of bagged green teas.
In comparison to Trader Joes white pom tea, I think this one comes in second. It’s not a bad tea by any means, but just doesn’t have as strong of a pom flavor, which I personally love. The white tasted pretty good though! Yeaaah!
Generally a fresh and fruity green tea! Not TOO fruity or fake tasting, either. It’s not a total standout tea, but it’s a great staple if you’re looking for a simple healthy berry green in a bag I suppose!
Pretty standard but solid earl grey! Can be a little strong, but does the job when I’m in the mood for it. Tastes great with milk and a little sugar.
This kinda reminds me of another passionfruit infused tea I’ve had in the past… it seems that with all these fruity herbal blends, if there’s passionfruit, it’s the most prominent flavor. WHY. I was a little disappointed because I love mango but I really got none of it! Not awful, but too tart and bitter for me.
Decent bagged chai tea, not overly spiced but not underwhelming. Another one that I snagged from work; I think I’d enjoy it more with milk!
Very smooth and solid green tea; a slight difference from Bigelow’s standard green tea, I’d say this one is a bit stronger or something? Good standard bagged green tea to bring to work, in any case.
Dang this tea is delicious, trying it for the first time cuz I brought a bag to work this morning; I bought it based on smell alone because wow it smells REALLY GOOD. I’ve complained before about how some chai teas can just be way too heavy on the spice for me, but this is perfect. Love the cinnamon! They’re not things I’d usually associate with a green tea but they work peeerfectly. The aftertaste is also really refreshing. It’s just a really clean and fresh tea!
Since I really can’t monitor the water temp here at work I just threw a few ice cubes in my mug so that it wasn’t super boiling, and it may have been one too many, as the flavor was almost a little too light, but I’m sure if I steep this properly later it’ll be perfect.
A good tea! The blueberry smell is a bit stronger than the taste, but I don’t say that in a bad way necessarily. THE SMELL IS QUITE GOOD THO.
I LOVE PEARS and you can definitely smell the pear in this! The tea is refreshing and delicate and not OVERLY fruity or sweet in the least. A great tea when you’re in the mood for something smooth, clean and light!
A pretty darn solid tea with a strong ginger taste! My friend actually recommended this to me when I had a lingering tummy ache and it really did help ease the nauseousness. I imagine it’d be good for colds as well!
Most definitely my favorite bagged oolong; actually this tea is at the top of my list in general HAHA! I think it’s been summed up well by others: Solid and classic, incredibly forgiving, malty, smokey and smooth. In all honesty it’s a really basic tea but wow I could drink it forever. —MAN I’m running low on it and need to get more!
Just a great standard light jasmine tea!
UNFFF SO DERICIOUS! I love green tea as it is, and the nutty flavor added by the brown rice is super yummy! It’s even a little sweet in some ways, probably thanks to the matcha powder. All in all just another really unique tea in my mind, and super addicting!
I love this tea! I find it to be a pretty unique green tea, the roasted flavor is strong and smokey but not overpowering; it almost reminds me of coffee (though I do steep this tea forever). PRETTY DANG COOL.
Just your standard run-of-the-mill green tea in a tea bag, really! It does the trick if you’re wanting some green tea on the go or whatever.
A light but flavorful and refreshing green tea! Unfortunately I’m not really a fan of mint in teas, but this one wasn’t too bad. Got it at Starbucks one day when I was trying to get a ton of work done and it did it’s job.
This somewhat reminded me of the Wild Raspberry Hibiscus, but not as strong or tangy; it tasted a bit more like… kool-aid? Now I don’t even really like kool-aid, but for whatever reason I actually enjoy this tea quite a lot!? Definitely fruity, though I have no idea what goji berries taste like (apparently like kool-aid), and I definitely don’t taste the green or matcha, but despite all this still a pleasantly tasty tea!
—HAHA I just now scrolled down to see the other comments and I’m glad I’m not the only one that got KOOL-AID from this tea. I think we are a handful of 80s-90s kids.
This was another tea I snatched from work that has really grown on me! Strong fruity raspberry flavor and a tart aftertaste; it’s also got a lovely purple-y red colour to it. It’s a little reminiscent of fruit punch, haha.
I just looove this chamomile, it has such great organic flowery flavor. Super basic but super smooth and calming. I ran out of this and need to get more!
IT REALLY DOES HAVE A LOT OF ZING it’s really powerful and bursting with tangy flavor. Sometimes I over-steep it and it gets to be TOO much for me, personally HAHA. But it’s generally pretty delicious as I do really love raspberry flavors. I bet this tea would taste great iced too.