I agree with Emilie here. This could be so much more than it steeps up to be. It is so so pretty, smells amazing, and has so many pretty elements in it and is fun to look at – like potpourri! Once steeped I get a lot of Hibiscus flavors – its tart – not too tart to drink though so that is a good thing.
I get the citrus which is nice.
Cinnamon, which is not over done so its very nice – at least it is not covering up the other flavors.
Not sure that the green tea is really contributing any actual flavor here.
The vanilla is too subtle I fear.
Even the black base gets a little covered up but that is okay it does give some depth to the mouthfeel.
I do feel this one could go back to the blending room and be tweaked a little – its close – really close – but just not quite there for me yet.
Just like a vintage style holiday festival, so is this tea. Our Holiday Festival tea celebrates all that is amazing about the holiday season’s food and drink! With light hint of cinnamon, citrus, vanilla, dried cranberries, almonds, black tea and green tea. This tea gives you a light holiday flavor with subtle apple and cinnamon tones! Perfect for when you are in the mood for something delicate and light but with a bit of spice.
Ingredients: Black tea, green tea, bakes apple slices, cinnamon, citrus and vanilla flavoring, dried cranberries, almonds
Suggested brewing tips:
Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
Water Temp: 210°F
Steep Time: 2- 3 minutes