Meh – this was okay. It kind of tasted like watered down orange juice with a bit of spice. Maybe I needed to steep it a bit longer. It wasn’t horrible it was just – okay.
“Drove for hours, completely lost half the day, and came home so late and tired that all I could do is plop teabags in mugs. Funny how emotions play with your perceptions of taste; last night this...” Read full tasting note
“Last night we had a massive storm, with thunder and lightening crashing around us and shaking the house. Lightening struck near us and started a fire that ended up burning over 30,000 acres within...” Read full tasting note
“An interesting tea, that surprised me a bit. Dry orange, some spice, almost like the Bengal Spice I used to adore, with extra added orange in there. I doubt I'll buy any, however it's a really nice...” Read full tasting note
“This tea I picked up a while ago in a Walmart in Las Vegas. Good memories :) As this tea contains hibiscus it's dark red in colour once steeped and has a sweet, thick cinnamon scent. The...” Read full tasting note
Orange & Spice (and everything nice), that’s what our delightful tea is made of. The old-fashioned goodness of this delicious herb tea will add something special to your day.
Ingredients: rose hips, spices, hibiscus, orange peel, roasted chicory, natural orange flavors (soy lecithin)
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Providence Alaska Medical Center serves this tea in their cafeteria. I usually don’t like herb tea, since I like my black tea base (and adding milk to tea, which is difficult with some herbals). This really could have done with some black tea, in my opinion. It smells lovely, but the taste is a bit dull and bitter. I could drink this again, but it wouldn’t be my first choice.
They only teas that my current workplace provides are Bigelow brand, so I’ve been revisiting the ones I’m familiar with and trying a couple new ones. Orange and Spice sounds like something I’d like, but the flavor if this is frankly, well… dreadful.
It smells odd. A bit like a craft store in October. Tastes spicy, but the orange fruitiness comes off as strangely medicinal. Now that I’m looking at the ingredients list again, I think I can safely say that I should probably stay away from any teas with chicory in them, and it’s probably unfair of me to go on here and rate any chicory tea. I’m hard pressed to describe the flavor of chicory because I hate it so much.