This? This tastes like hot liquid soap.
It smells nice, though, so at least I can empty the bags for potpourri or something.
“This? This tastes like hot liquid soap. It smells nice, though, so at least I can empty the bags for potpourri or something.” Read full tasting note
“Hey Steeps! I am not the biggest Pukka-fan at the moment… Maybe I lost the gift of tasting. Why? Because ALL their (Pukkas) tea taste like bitter liqourice or...” Read full tasting note
“I was so excited to try this tea! The packaging is lovely and even though I am not a fan of teabags I still decided to get it. All I can say it…totally disappointing. The flavours end up...” Read full tasting note
“I wanted a different sort of peppermint tea…where other flavors actually stood out and toned the peppermint. Which is why I had high hopes for this one. But no, totally...” Read full tasting note
The perfect tea for a cooling and totally chilled experience. Refresh yourself with this deliciously minty blend! Ideal for balancing those fiery pitta types.
Peppermint leaf, roses and hibiscus flowers are wonderfully cooling Fennel seed and coriander seed assist your digestion Liquorice is a traditional balancing herb
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I am not the biggest Pukka-fan at the moment… Maybe I lost the gift of tasting.
Why? Because ALL their (Pukkas) tea taste like bitter liqourice or hibiscus. I loved this tea half a year ago, but now It’s like:
Let me explain. The tea smell like herbs, with a fresh and “bitter” note. When the bag is steeped the bag leeks out a red color, that slowly colors the tea red brown. Taking a sip reveal a sweet bitter tea with a spicy end. Is this minty? I don’t know. Or rather – I can’t taste the “mint.” It taste more liqouricelike than minty if you ask me.
Is there something wrong with me? Did a scorching warm tea a month ago burn of some of my tongue? It’s a mystery.
… But I’ll give it a good rate. In the beginning, this was one of my faves from this company. I think the first impression is the one that count when it some to tea. Everyone changes slowly, but the taste of tea dosn’t.
I don’t like to hate on products just because I dislike a flavour. I absolutely HATE peppermint, it’s like eating toothpaste for me. Hidious. So skeptically I tested it, but no. MINTY!
I would guess a mint lover could love it, but the other review here suggests otherwise. I would give it a try though – A LOT of minty goodness here, for those of you who appreciate that ;)