Another cup of the irish after lunch today:)
This purchase was my St. Paddy’s day celebration!
295 Tasting Notes
Another cup of the irish after lunch today:)
Love this tea. So smooth. Perfect compliment to breakfast:)
Nice green tea with vanilla notes on the finish.
I will be looking to buy another box come Thanksgiving/Christmas time.
Nicely done for a bagged tea.
I did not think it was possible for hot tea to taste like ice cream. But it does!
This is so tasty. I just love it.
The chocolate is sweet and not so over the top chocolate. Nice.
The strawberry is juicy and luscious. Very Nice.
The vanilla brings creaminess to this blend. Sweet:)
As Picard would order: “Earl Grey (de la creme) HOT.”
Finially, an Earl Grey that I like!
This one is mild in bergamot but BIG in creaminess. Love the scent of vanilla wafting from my cup:)
If you like cinnamon, you may like this. If you want a mild black tea that can be drank without any additives, you may like this. The orange is not present in this tasting session, the cinnamon and clove are all I taste, that is ok with me, I like both of these flavors in tea. Overall, I like this tea. It reminds me of simpler times.
I am generally not a rooibos fan, but this one is drinkable. A good caffeine free choice for night time drinking. With this particular tea, I am left wondering “where is the gingerbread?” All I taste is orange, that’s not a bad thing, just wanted something more comforting.
A beautiful tea full of bright orange shavings and plump cranberries. If I chose my teas based on dry leaf smell….this one smells of perfume to me, I would not purchase this tea. Once brewed, the perfuminess goes away and you are left with a juicy tea. This is really delicious hot, but it really shines as an iced tea. The flavors are bright and crisp. I highly recommend this tea:)
Snow on the ground:) PG Tips in my cup. I am enjoying the robustness of this blend more and more. Someone once said in their tealog that tips were similiar to GM Sinharja, I disagree. Tips are more robust probably because of the Assam in the blend. Sinharaja is much milder in comparison to tips. Sorry, just me rambling on about tea. Both teas have a permanent place in my cupboard.
Second infusion today, I added Hazelnut creamer to my cup. Delicious! Now, I really remember why I loved this tea so much. You can add different flavored creamers and get a totally different cup of tea. Don’t get me wrong, the tea is good all by itself…I just like the versatility of this tea:)
Opened this by accident tonight. The smell in the tea bag was spicey.
The brew tastes exactly like the vanilla chai minus the vanilla.
Not bad for a decaffeinated tea. I enjoyed it!
My GM order came sometime yesterday, hubby brought the box to me last night! EXCITEMENT! I knew what I was going to drink this morning-YEA
added some milk and viola: perfection in a cup.
second infusion added raw sugar and milk: even better than the first cup:)
This tea is very similar to PG TIPs without the boldness of the Assam. This is a tea I can drink throughout the day with different additions. I hope I continue to love this tea as I purchased half a pound and now today I noticed that GM is having a 15% sale on all their teas…UGH…my timing was off or was it?…as I sip my Sinharaja..eyes closed…ummm.
This is a mild black tea. I did not really get the mango flavor, but overall not a bad tea.
Love this tea. Chocolate and I mean real chocolate tasting not some fake stuff and spice, but just the right amount. This is a tea that I got from the TTB and I have loved it ever since.
Ginger and lemongrass. A winning combo in my book, but not with this particular blend. I agree with AmazonV, it needs lemon cookies or something to accompany it. Overall, not bad, but just not that good either.
This tea was a powdery mess. It took more time to clean my infuser and cup than to decide that this is not my cuppa. I thought I detected licorice, but perhaps it was the V.root..any way not for me:(
I didn’t taste the “pie” part of this tonight, but what I did taste…OMG, did I juice a strawberry? this tea is delightful.
PG tips this morning as I await the arrival of Sinharaja.
I added a few rock crystals and a splash of milk…I felt like the PG monkey as I exclaimed “THAT is GOOD TEA!”
The smell from the bag of tea was hard to tear away from…I measured the leaves, waited 8 minutes and OMG, strawberries, alot of strawberries in my cup! Vanilla creaminess in my cup with Strawberries…Did I mention the strawberries? I love this tea:) My only regret with this tea…IT took me so long to realize I liked honeybush that I avoided this for far too long. mmmm…strawberries, vanilla, cream, oh my.
I added a few rock crystals in the cup while this was brewing. I added a splash of milk and viola: a perfect cup of vanilla chai.
This is one tea I will not run out of, when I start to get close to being out, I buy another box. This one tea has been my go to tea when all else fails to impress my taste buds. Not a fancy tea, but a good one:)
I ordered this tea on Tuesday of this week and today Friday, I have my tea. WOW! I am impressed with the super lightening fast delivery:) (I am still waiting on my GM order which I placed several days before this one…I hate waiting for teas to come in the mail, but when they do: Happy Dance!)
This tea is incredible. Delicate pear tea with a hint of spice that is oh so pleasing on my tongue. I almost did not order this, I am soooo glad I did:)
Thanks to Mrawlins2 for sharing this tea with me.
The smell in the bag was of pineapple, the taste in my mug is almost cake like with a cherry at the end of the sip.
This one is a keeper. I do like honeybush! I do:)
Woke up with a sore throat, this is the only mint like tea I have in the cupboard!
Nice and soothing on my throat. This tea is in perfect balance. Green tea is not what I reach for, but this one is nice and deserves a place in my cupboard.
Made the traditional method on box. Delicious and warming:) This makes a nice substitute for the homemade hot chocolate my Mother used to make with a lot less calories with the Vanilla Chai base. I think I will add a chocolate tea next time I make this:)