I don’t know, I’m about a third of the way into the box and I’m still finding myself avoiding it. It’s too tart for me. But I want to drink it because it smells so good, and has Matcha.
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“Not much to say... All I can taste is chamomile and hibiscus. And little bits of chamomile is all I see in my tea bag :\ Maybe I'll just use it as an iced tea. It's just.. meh.. ” Read full tasting note
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“Perhaps it was because this was the only decent tea option I had, but this one was quite tasty! Tart and green blended together nicely, though I couldn't pick out any pomegranate. Definitely some...” Read full tasting note
Blends thirst-quenching pomegranate with the zing of natural raspberry flavor and green tea. With Matcha.
100% natural ingredients:
Green tea, chamomile, hibiscus flowers, orange peel, citric acid, pomegranate flavor, raspberry flavor, and Japanese matcha.
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I bought this because the thought of the pomegranate and raspberry sounded like it could be really delicious. For me this tea was sadly, very underwhelming. It’s a lot less fruity than the fruity teas I’m used to drinking, only giving me a hint of fruitiness. I’m not experienced enough with my tea drinking to pick out the exact flavors I’m getting from this, but a lot of the others claim it tastes like chamomile, so that must be it. Bleh.
EDIT: I tried adding some sugar to it. The taste didn’t change, just tastes like the tea + sugar.
I’m pretty neutral on this tea. I drink it on occasion at work because it’s free; I love pomegranate, raspberry and green teas but somehow this falls a little flat? IDK. I think it might be the chamomile, honestly; kinda throws off the sweet fruity taste and leaves you with a strange… flowery tart-ness? I DUNNO, it’s not a BAD tea, but not a favorite.
Maybe its because I’ve switched over almost entirely to loose leaf stuff, maybe I had a cold at the time. Whatever it is, I tried this again recently and I honestly have to wonder what I was thinking last time.
The chamomile. The freaking chamomile. Just…agh. Horrible.
I used to drink this a few times a week since it was one of the teas we kept in backroom of the school library. It’s okay but a bit too floral for my taste, however it is light and has a slight frothy feeling. The fruit flavors are a bit ovewhelemd by the floral notes. That being said, this tea is good for a quick fix if its the only thing available at the moment.
I got this in a tea swap from a girl who said it was her favorite. The smell, as others have noted, was divine. I liked the sourness of this tea, but was put off by the bitterness; half a tsp of sugar took care of that quite nicely. I did open the bag and pour the contents into my steeper; I’m not sure if this made any difference. Good, but not something I need to seek out again.