Got this tea to add to a black tea to give it a different flavor. Found it to be a bit spicy. My son throught it tasted like medicine. I don’t think we will add this to our favorite list.
“Got this tea to add to a black tea to give it a different flavor. Found it to be a bit spicy. My son throught it tasted like medicine. I don't think we will add this to our favorite list.” Read full tasting note
“I had this in my TeaGschwendner's advent calender. It should be noted that I don't usually drink fruit teas, except for proper Turkish apple tea (it's amazing!). I'm also really suspicious of teas...” Read full tasting note
German holiday tradition is reflected in this complex and captivating blend of fruit and spice. Lively and lovely.
Ingredients: hibiscus blossoms, rose hips, wineberries, apple pieces, elderberries, almonds bits, cloves, cinnamon bits, candied pineapple pieces, citrus peel, blueberries, candied mango and papaya pieces, black currants, and natural flavor.
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I had this in my TeaGschwendner’s advent calender. It should be noted that I don’t usually drink fruit teas, except for proper Turkish apple tea (it’s amazing!). I’m also really suspicious of teas that contain “aromas” instead of actual ingredients — and quite surprised that TeaGschwendner does that, but then, their trend teas never lured me.
So. I found this cup rather awful. I didn’t quite believe the neon pink colour to start with, and then the taste was rather weak and undefinable (yeah, I guess you could call it “complex”), but it still managed to leave a horrendous aftertaste. I probably should have used a little less water, though. If only to run out of the tea earlier…