i really like this tea! tastes so good <3
“This is a great thermos tea! I didn't have much time to make tea this morning so I threw the leaves in and left. They were in there for nearly an hour, but the tea wasn't super strong - just hot!...” Read full tasting note
“*small rant* I don't want to study! I really hate how my midterms are spaced out so much this term that I pretty much have 1 every week for a few months..I'm never finished them! Anyways, I have...” Read full tasting note
“So I'm not a fan of mint in tea, but as is typical, couldn't resist picking up 10g of this anyways. I figured that I could always give away the rest, as my roommate likes mint, and my ex-roommate...” Read full tasting note
“I finished this sample. Although I enjoy the mintiness, I’m not feelin’ the apple. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy a good apple tea, it’s just the combination of flavors that doesn’t work for me....” Read full tasting note
Cream of the crop
Coconut and mint might not be a familiar combo, but trust us. It’s seriously addictive. As soon as you open your first tin and experience its fresh, sweet-mint aroma, you’ll understand. It’s the kind of tea you always want to have within arm’s reach. It makes a sweet little afternoon pick-me-up. Or a perfect finale to any meal. Or a midnight snack that won’t keep you up all night. Refreshing, creamy, sweet and comforting, it’s everything a tea ought to be.
Ingredients: Apple, coconut, peppermint, blackberry leaves.
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So Maybe. Just maybe. I do like Coconut. Because every tea with coconut in it I enjoy.
I just got this with my tea that I ordered from Davids. I think that I have had it before but I never wrote about it. This tea is wonderful. Just straight off the back. It has a very strong minty taste. If that is what you enjoy. Personally there is nothing better then having a strong mint tea. But this one just takes the cake. The mint in this tea is hardy and it is bold. It will demand your attention and make you pay attention to it, but that isn’t the cherry of the tea.
The best part is the subtle hint of the coconut. When I say subtle I mean subtle like a marching band. WHile the mint might be strong the true flavor comes out with the taste of the coconut. IT alters the taste the tea to make you literally look at your cup and say wow. You will want to sip slower and fully embrace the rich flavor of the tea and stick your nose in your cup to smell the flavor.
I have said that I don’t like coconut. But I think these teas are slowly changing my mind to this fruit. Anyways Happy Drinking!
This is a great smelling tea. The mint and the coconut really go together, and the other fruity notes surprisingly complement it. It’s not as sugary as I would imagine… for some reason the smell reminds me of a boozy pina colada. Which I really like ! ^_~ I think it’s probably better warm rather than cold… but that’s just my opinion.
Today I wasn’t feeling great so I wanted a mint tea… mint always makes me feel better. The dried leaves smell like mint, which I expected. I don’t smell any coconut.
First sip… yum! It tastes like mint with a subtle coconut flavor in the background. I really like this. It is mint tea but with more complexity. I am going to steep it again, I read that the second steep might actually be better than the first.
I LOVE this tea! A perfect sweet and creamy blend of coconut and mint, with just a hint of fruitiness from the apple and blackberry leaves. It makes me think of a coconutty version of Razmintazz from Tealish (http://www.tealish.com/product-p/razmin.htm), one of my favourite mint teas.
Yum yum yum! What a bloody pleasant surprise! It’s been quite a while since DT has satisfied me with a new tea…
Aroma Creamy coconut, a heady waft of deliciousness
Flavour Decadent, smooth and wonderful. Mint done luxuriously…
Drinkability I have already taken to this tea like deer to an apple tree.