Russian style, pretty good
197 Tasting Notes
A really lovely tea
The rose and the earl ran away from this tea
Yum – oh. Smells great, looks great, tastes great. Very much a lady’s afternoon tea.
Very nice, gentle green with a vegie/floral/new dried grass scent, a slightly sweet, somewhat asparagus taste
Smells good, tastes good, very Chinesey and would go well with milder tasting Chinese food. Flavors are balanced without becoming muddy. A keeper.
I am not a good reviewer for black currant tea. I used to consider it a real treat. Now, I can’t get past the smell. Don’t know if it’s me or the manufacturers. This at least had a fruity scent under the awful one and the taste was ok.
It smells wonderful, but doesn’t deliver on taste. I think I am always disappointed by vanilla teas. Guess I ought to quit trying them.
I’m not a fan of herbal teas. To me, the majority are much too alike and this, while pleasant, is too.
A very Indian chai, rich and balanced and full of spice. Mine is organic and I loved it.
This is easily the worst brew I have had in a very long time
Really excellant tea
Very strong violet, less rose. Would have preferred a better balance. Won’t buy again.
A really pleasant summery tea, one of my favorites. Good hot or cold
Steeped it too long, need to try it again
Surprisingly good, mostly Jasmine with just a hint of orange. Loosely rolled green tea in a pyramid bag.
The second green tea I ever had. It is no longer up in the top 5, but I like it enough to use for sentiment sake.
I really like this tea. I always make it very strong and hot. it is the standard against which I compare all other POWs. Most put too much black currant in it and it smells like a cat sprayed it -eeeeouuuw
I liked it but then it lingered, on and on and on and I wished it were over.
A really really good raspberry tea from a renowned French tea company
Decent for bagged tea, good for lazy mornings when you need a quick cuppa.
A mellow lingering taste of excellant Yunnan.
Clean, mellow, a good tea when made strong enough