Had this iced with half a teaspoon of sugar, it’s alright. Reminds me of watermelon gum, probably because of the zing from the hibiscus, the mint and the rock sugar. Mint isn’t too heavy, wish I knew what eucalyptus tasted like so I could find it in here, but I am amused that the photo pictures sage, which isn’t an ingredient. Oh hey look they have videos for each of the featured six teas online: http://www.teavana.com/tea-info/watermelon-mint-chiller Also watermelon isn’t an ingredient, not even in flavoring. There is cantaloupe, pineapple, forest berry, blackberry, raspberry, tangerine, peppermint, lime flavoring and their are candied cantaloupe, honeydew and many other fruit pieces. But I guess they have been working on getting this flavor for five years and watermelon and I’m sure watermelon is a very hard flavor to capture without tasting artificial so kudos for that. Saved some for the husband, I’m sure he’ll like it better than me.
Watermelon Mint Chiller White Tea
Totally refreshing, this flavored white tea is crisp, clean and the perfect cool antidote to beat the heat. Juicy watermelon, brisk peppermint and soothing, stimulating eucalyptus mix marvelously with notes of pineapple, tangerine and berries, creating a minty, juicy chiller that will keep you calm and collected no matter how high the mercury rises.
Ingredients: White tea, cantaloupe melon pieces, pineapple pieces, papaya pieces, hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, flavoring, lemon grass, honeydew melon pieces, blackberries, tangerine pieces, pineapple chips, eucalyptus leaves, raspberries, raspberry pieces, lime pieces.