Love love love this tea. There’s something about roasted rice green tea that’s comforting and uplifting at the same time. The aroma of Japan.
27 Tasting Notes
The original Rooibos is too herbal for me, so I thought I’ll give this flavored one a try. Love the vanilla scent oozing from the dry teabag. The scent lingers for about 20 seconds into steeping before the herbal scent of rooibos takes over.
This blend is growing on me. I like that the spearmint isn’t too overpowering. This tastes like a milder version of Tazo® Calm™. Nope, no honey for this one. This is good as it is. Clears a minor headache and induces calm energy.
This tastes delicious with honey. Honey & lemon, what’s not to love? Actually, the lemon zest helped to keep me awake, especially after a heavy lunch. More effective than caffeinated teas in my opinion.
A mild refreshing perk-me-up tea with clean crisp whiffs of peppermint. Drinking this adds a coat of soothing mint to my throat. Comforting. I’ve read somewhere that it relieves indigestion and migraines. Good functional tea I guess, but I’m not too fond of mint teas.. yet. Perhaps I’ll steep this along with one of my other favourites the next time.
I’m beginning to like this. It’s like drinking dessert but less the calories. Very calming too, thanks to the chamomile.
The first few whiffs brings a strong sweet vanilla scent; milky and creamy. As I steep the teabag for longer, the herbal chamomile blends in nicely with the vanilla. Steep longer for more of the chamomile goodness. I added honey to complement the sweet scent of vanilla.
Love the constant whiffs of juicy pears while going mild on the ginger. Tastes light, a little sweet and slightly floral.
1st flavoured green tea. Love the fruity aroma of peach and mango, but was disappointed with its taste. I prefer a smoother blend.
Gentle relief for menstrual cramps. I drink this tea solely for this purpose. Tastes better with honey.
Lots to love with honey. ❤❤
Invigorate your senses with this brew. It’s a treat with honey added.
Without honey, this blend tastes like raw berry juice, brimming with antioxidants!
Full bodied fruit herbal blend, delicious with honey. Love the packaging too.
Not a fan of ginger blends but I love the sweet-smelling, citrus aroma of this blend. I steep it for just 2 minutes so the spice doesn’t get too overpowering.
Intense sweet herbal aroma with a mild earthly taste. Easy on the stomach; warms you right up. Potential calming alternative to Chamomile.
A delightful and delicious blend, effective calming agent and soothing brew. Love how the ingredients add their distinct flavours, as well as harmonize to bring about this herbal infusion. ❤
Still my favourite for a comforting brew.
A new favourite!!
This Chamomile blend is too intense for brewing per cup. I think Gryphon’s Teas are better enjoyed by per pot.
Never too keen on rooibos tea, but this could be an exception. I love the strong whiff of Sweet Apple Cinnamon scent; it made me think of warm Apple Pie! Another connotation would be.. candied apple usually seen during Halloween. Dessert and spice, it’s the perfect tea for Christmas and the festive season.
I think the lime and mint were too overpowering. No scent of cucumber no matter how long I steeped it. Not a wise choice of ingredients.
Love the strong whiffs of floral scent, very soothing to the senses. Good for relieving cramps too. Best chamomile combination ever.
Good remedy for light cold/flu or defrosting on a cold day. This brew comforts and warms you up right away. A strong ginger fragrance, slight lemon taste and a mild ginseng aftertaste, it’s a well-balanced blend I would say. Usually I let it steep in my cup till the next brew.