Always have to get this when it’s in season. A minty calming effect is distributed all throughout my body whenever I drink this.
“So I keep looking for Candy Cane Lane at my grocery store cause of all the hype that this tea gets. It’s almost the middle of December and still no Candy Cane Lane. You suck, A&P. And...” Read full tasting note
“Tea of the evening….. Actually, I am not sure it is this one or Candy Cane Lane from Celestial. They are pretty much interchangeable, and match up exactly ingredient wise. This was the tea...” Read full tasting note
“I love Celestial Seasoning’s Candy Cane Lane. And, as this is just that tea, repackaged, I love it too.” Read full tasting note
“This really does taste like a liquid candy cane. There’s no green tea to speak of in the flavor profile, and I do wonder why they even bothered with it (vs. a purely peppermint base). Anyway, this...” Read full tasting note
“While our Candy Cane Decaffeinated Green Tea may lack the traditional red and white stripes and cane shape associated with your traditional candy cane, that familiar minty taste is ever present. We’ve taken some of our favorite holiday flavors like refreshing peppermint, creamy vanilla and spicy cinnamon and mixed them with a naturally decaffeinated, rich green tea.
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I had to try this a multitude of times before commenting. I really like this tea. I’ve been on a tea journey now for maybe 7 years, but I’m still in the bagged zone. I have to say that this tea has a lot of mint zip to it. I like that a LOT. It is great for an afternoon pick-me-up. I like my tea with sweetness, so I add some stevia to this, but that is all this tea needs (for me). Soy or almond milk would just sully the brightness of it. The cinnamon/vanilla is there, but so subtle. Really a pleasure to drink :o)