44 Tasting Notes


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.

200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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A soothing cuppa, love the fragrance! Great for a cold rainy day.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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A flavourful brew bursting with fruity and floral goodness. I heart this tea!

For the first 2-3 minutes of steeping, this tea produces a strong and distinctive aroma of pomegranate. Letting it steep longer brings out the floral aromas. You can steep this tea for as long as you like and it doesn’t have a bitter or sour taste. If you look close enough, you’ll be able to spot bits of dried pomegranate seeds in each teabag.

I love the 2nd brew best**. It’s the perfect beverage to start your day with. (:

**Add brown sugar or honey for best results.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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A mild brew with a strong apricot aroma. I could sniff it from the packaging box. I love the sweet fruity and slight floral aroma. Works well for a mild headache. Add brown sugar or honey to taste.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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I love fruity and herbal infusions, flavored rooibos, and natural as well as flavored green teas.

Tea rating chart:
90-100 — Teas exquisitely matched aromas and taste
71-89 — Delightful cuppa, teas that I enjoy and will drink often.
60-70 — Function teas, effective for health purposes, not so tasty. Drank as required.
40-50 — Love the aroma but the taste is disappointing.
Below 40 — Disappointed, and I won’t be buying it again.



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