My go-to tea. Try this as a loose-leaf tea. It makes such a huge difference. Some relatives bought me the bagged version and it was just a hint of what the real stuff was.
“Another backlog! Thank you *Amanda* for letting me try this! This one was rather unremarkable. Not bad, but definitely not excellent, either. I don't hate it as much as other people do. I...” Read full tasting note
“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
“This is the season in America where we reflect on being thankful for the good things of the past year and hopeful for the future of things that are not so good. This morning I realized how long it...” Read full tasting note
“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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Yes, this cup was very tart drinking. There is an amount of good green tea flavor sufficient to carry the zinginess along. If it were bitter or astringent, then I’d not like it. But tartness is okay with me, especially in pomegranate or berry flavors. I didn’t even sweeten it — surprising myself, actually.