I had this as loose leaf. It’s good, but not good enough that I’ll get it again. As others said, it’s not strong.
9 Tasting Notes
This is delicious. It’s black and very fruity. Great for afternoon tea with sweet snacks. It smells wonderful thanks to the fruit.
It tastes really good! As a lazy person, I appreciate that it is in tea bags. As a person who loves tea, I appreciate that it tastes good and is of decent quality. The tea bags are large (to give the tea room to expand) and come in individual foil bags. I found it at a local Asian food store. It tastes very green. The package says it can be steeped twice, but I haven’t tried it yet.
It is okay. I prefer stronger breakfast tea. The tea didn’t get bitter at all, even though I steeped it for a long time and didn’t add milk.
It’s a great fruity green tea. It smells wonderful too. I usually make a pot whether I am sharing or not. Good to have with light snacks.
It smells like roses, and tastes like roses. I enjoyed it. I got it from a cafe, and will probably get it again sometime. I usually am not a big fan of teas from teabags, so I think maybe this was good because it was mostly rose taste, not tea taste.
This is the tea my friend Kristen is always guaranteed to have in her kitchen. I like it, but don’t buy it for myself.
Perfect for winter. Although I can’t phrase it well, it tastes like Christmas spices.
I drink this almost every morning, usually with a little milk since it’s so strong. I only steep it for a minute or so if I’m making it for my sister. I love it for the taste, and also because I can buy it in enormous boxes so it takes awhile for me to run out. Plus, it comes in convenient teabags, but not in annoying little packets that I have to tear apart.