This is my last bag of this. And I’m doing a happy dance because of it. No more, never again.
“This is my last bag of this. And I'm doing a happy dance because of it. No more, never again.” Read full tasting note
“I'm a sucker for a great name and cool packaging. While not a huge fan of bagged tea, this one hooked me with both. Opening the tin, you find that the tea is packaged in bleached, round wafer...” Read full tasting note
Goji Berries have been revered for their longevity, and anti-aging properties. Rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids, the Goji Berry tastes like a cross between a cranberry and a cherry. A triple dose of wellness, this blend combines the high antioxidant content of green tea, Himalayan Goji Berries and Amazonian cacao the natural raw form of chocolate for a healthy cup.
Ingredients: Fine China Green Tea*, Licorice Root*, Cacao Nibs*, Goji Berries*, Natural Chocolate Flavor.
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I’m a sucker for a great name and cool packaging. While not a huge fan of bagged tea, this one hooked me with both.
Opening the tin, you find that the tea is packaged in bleached, round wafer style tea bags. The fragrance is a dusty chocolate with a very faint note of mushroom.
From the name and description, this green tea should have some indications of a chocolate-cherry flavor component. After steeping for 4 minutes as recommended, you’re left with a straw colored liquid with very little character. In fragrance, you can barely sense some cocoa but the flavor is merely that of a very light, mild green. Once the cup cooled, the chocolate presented itself, but very faintly. Goji completely missed its curtain call.
I’m a marketing manager’s dream in that I’ll drop $10 on a tin of tea because of the packaging. However, I’m also their nightmare because I’m vocal when I don’t like something. This tea was the epitome of all that fails in a bagged tea.