This is really yummy. Smells delicious and it is sweet with touches of honey. I do not taste the vanilla as much but it does smell like vanilla. I really enjoy it, especially as my desert tea after dinner.
“I had the last of this tea last night. I couldn't do it. I just couldn't order from Teavana again when there are so many wonderful tea companies out there. It just felt wrong, knowing what I...” Read full tasting note
“This is hard to review... I generally don't love honeybush, there is something floral almost soapy in the aftertaste that makes me generally avoid them. On the other hand, I am obsessed with...” Read full tasting note
“*Ninavampi* sent this to me, and I'm _certain_ I've tried it hot at some point, but as it doesn't appear that I wrote about it at the time, I honestly can't remember what I thought of it. I can't...” Read full tasting note
“This came as a Christmas gift from my brother with 3 other Teavana teas, I am tempted to tell him I don't need any more tea but it's hard to pass up tea gifts, isn't it? I'm not a big expert on...” Read full tasting note
Indulge in dessert-inspired sweetness that brings out the wild honeybush and tames it into a creamy confection. The South African honeybush is grown in the wild and carries soft, clear honey tones when it’s blended with sweet vanilla beans. The result is a smooth, warm and friendly, creamy dessert tisane.
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To be honest I think rooisbos is one of my least favorite tea types; not to say they’re all awful or anything, but I tend to dislike them more than the rest. That being said, I’m not particularly a huge fan of this tea when brewed by itself; somebody had mentioned honeybush giving a fairly soapy aftertaste, and I definitely agree with that. It does, however, serve me very well for mixing! I combine it with some dark spicy chais to sweeten em up!
One of my favorite teas from Teavana but not because I love the flavor by itself (it’s good but not something I gravitate toward.) I love it because it’s a magnificent blending tea. It adds the right amount of sweetness to any other tea, specifically when used iced. My favorite thing to blend with this is Teavana’s Sevenberry Sangria.