The first time I smelled this in store months ago, I was a little put off by it, I’m not a fan of rosehips and I found that was all I smelled.
I am on a diet right now and can’t have sugar and am finding that greens are the easiest to drink without sugar for me. Who knew, usually greens aren’t my favourite and I load them with sweetener. So I went to David’s Tea on a mission to pick up a few new greens I haven’t tried yet, which is most of them because as I said, greens aren’t my favourite. I thought I’d give this another whiff and it smelled completely different to me. Very fruity, with only a hint of rosehip.
This was actually pretty good. It tasted a little like grape to me, which I usually get from jasmine teas, and I’ve noticed other reviews mention jasmine, weird. I don’t really get any pomegranate though, but pomegranate doesn’t really have a distict flavour to me, it just tastes sweet. I didn’t notice until today when I was looking at the ingredients (to see if there was jasmine in it) that this also has black and rooibos in it. I didn’t see much for rooibos in the leaf and didn’t taste it either, so if you don’t like rooibos, don’t let it stop you from trying this.
This actually reminded me a lot of three wishes which is one of my favourites, but there might be room for both in my cupboard.