290 Tasting Notes
There isn’t much of a licorice taste to this tea, but somehow everything still works together to create a delicious blend. A slightly sweet taste add to the spices in this tea. Similar to a chai, but without the caffeine in black tea. The rooibos isn’t very noticeable which is great for me (not a big fan of rooibos).
Thanks to TeaVivre for the generous sample.
By far this has been the best blueberry tea I have tasted. I don’t buy blueberries from anywhere in the world as nothing compares to Northern Ontario blueberries. I have to say this tea as an iced tea delivers almost the same Northern Ontario blueberry flavor. So devine. Must get more.
I had this iced this morning after receiving it as a sample from Fusion Teas. It was so delicious. More red in colour than I thought it would be. It has a nice grapefruit taste which comes out above everything else. It’s not bitter & tart like an actual grapefruit which was fantastic. And had a nice slight sweet taste.
I knew with the ingredients I was probably not going to be a big fan of this tea, but I am an insomniac desperate for sleep so I tried it. I have to say I wasn’t thrilled on the taste or smell. It was a little weak in both areas, probably a good thing. I love peppermint tea, but this tea lacked it.
On the upside despite the taste & smell I actually go a pretty decent sleep.
I had this as an iced tea on a hot day. I feel as a hot tea it would probably be too sweet. It was a little on the weak side (taste wise- sweetness was there) even though I doubled the amount. I couldn’t figure out the taste I was gettting from it (something familiar & yummy), until I read other notes here, it was definetly bubble gum. I am definetly looking forward to more of this on hot days.