There’s a big floral presence in this tea, according to the list of ingredients, but when I smell the dry leaves, I mostly get orange peel. And yes, it’s specifically the peel: that very slightly acrid tinge to the strongly citrus fragrance.
The flavour is tart, but not too sour. It tastes mostly orangey, but as the tea cools, the flowers definitely make themselves known. It’s nice as a hot beverage, especially if you’re not feeling all that great, but I think it’d be even nicer iced.
I’m not crazy about this tea, but it’s nice to have around…y’know?
Tea amount: 1 tbsp
Water amount: 16oz./~475mL
Dry mouth factor: 6.5/10