576 Tasting Notes
I’m reselling this one, as I can’t get past the red rooibos. It is my foe.
This really hits the spot today. I needed a faux dessert to satisfy my sweet tooth – and this was the answer! I love the hint of vanilla and hazelnut, the powerful chocolate kick and the mint medley. The mint doesn’t overpower the other flavors, which can happen quite often. I steeped it for longer than I would normally but this tough little tea rose to the challenge. Good stuff!
No rating as this is my own blend.
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No rating as this is one of my own.
I love how refreshing this is, especially in the afternoon! This is great over ice, but I enjoyed it hot today. I love that the mint balances the blackberry and vice versa!
I’m the first to review?! Cool! Although I can’t believe it took me so long to try this one.
It has red rooibos in it and I normally avoid. But I already have a bad headache, and so why not? ;) HOWEVER I’m not rating it as I have no real basis for rooibos.
This is decent. It’s woodsy like red rooibos can be for me, but the dark chocolate, peppermint and Stevia help balance it. I didn’t steep for very long either and I bet that helped.
I’m not sure how often I would drink this. I didn’t read the ingredients very well and didn’t realize it had the red rooibos until after I received it. So if anyone wants to try it out, PM me. :)
I didn’t really care for this – but I’m not a fan of lychee so I’m not surprised. I don’t want to rate this for that reason. I tried it, and it was blech but I don’t fault the tea!
I have a little left for the next swap I do. Or if someone loves Lychee and wants it, it’s yours. :)
I have been Little Miss Over Caffeinated this week as I battled my chronic migraines to work on some fabulous writing projects at work. I’ve been drinking my holiday tea – Lil Lordy Lou – but opted for green tea this afternoon.
I really enjoy how spicy this can get. I steeped for over five minutes – way more than I usually steep a green tea – but this little tea is tough. It hung in there and produced a bouquet of juicy mango and spicy red hot chili accents.
And I’m not too jumpy, but still awake enough as the daily grind continues…
No rating as this is my own blend.
This will be available in the Keen Tea Thyme Holiday Shoppe, opening over Veterans’ Day weekend (11/10/12). Stay tuned to my blog for its release – the first 10 orders will score 50% off their entire purchase at Keen Tea Thyme!
I’m hooked on this for my morning fix. The guayusa blends well with the mint medley (peppermint and spearmint) and the cinnamon bark and flavor. It’s a peppy blend. I’ve gotten two coworkers hooked too!
I’m going to use metallic sprinkles again. The gold sprinkles make the tea shimmery, in spirit of the season.
Tea of my afternoon. I’m totally juiced up thanks to consuming lots of caffeine to get through the day. This tea is calming me for the afternoon and evening.
Caffeine consumed – 3 cups of my new holiday blend which I will log soon (it’s my 12 Days of Christmas tea), and a Coke Zero.
I may have problems.
Happy Halloween! :)
I am enjoying this aptly timed blend thanks to my awesome sis-in-law Sare – thank you! I wish I had purchased this one. So delicious. I taste blueberries in one sip and mouth-watering cotton candy in another.
Wish this could be made available year round. I’d stock this permanently – one here at work, and one at home. Blissful boo berry!