9 Tasting Notes
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.
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.