6769 Tasting Notes
When you first open the individually wrapped teabag the scent is pretty over the top…smells like a fresh bottle of fruity sweet wine. Once it’s steeping it loses much of it’s scent. It’s lighter in color. The taste is a good fruity flavor with OUT being bitter. I’m usually not into many Fruit-Like Blends because they tend to be a little much (or bitter or too sour) but this one is pretty good and I am sure it would be even better iced.
Dark in color for an inexpensive tea. Next to nil on aroma. Average Black Tea. Slight Orange-ish undertones. Not much to it but it’s not bad either.
Medium Black Colored Tea. Next to no scent once steeped. Average Black Tea taste with nifty raspberry and orange undertones. I still enjoy and like this tea for what it is…pleasant and not pushy.
A little bland but a good one to end the day with.
VERY light in color. A refreshing minty taste but not over the top. Smells, well, springy. Very inexpensive – good in a pinch – and you can save the tin!
Pleasantly Peach scent and taste….certainly NOT overbearing. Nice Black Tea but not a strong black tea taste.
2nd cup of this for the day. I like it but it has an odd after taste and almost makes you more thirsty. Good while drinking tho.
A strong green tea. You can smell the jasmine flowers more than taste it. Warm, Fuzzy feeling.
The first time I drank this tea I wasn’t too sure about it BUT after a few tries I have decided I like it. The aroma is AWESOME. I’m usually not big on intense fruity teas but this one is nice. It has a strange after taste but I can live with that because it’s usually not my last cup of the day and if it is I just pop a mint or gum or something.
Not highly scented or flavored but it’s a good tasting Dark tinted Tea at a low price.