16 Tasting Notes
Was not expecting to like this, purely by the smell (so much cinnamon!) alone. Too much cinnamon is a strike for me, but this one worked well. I take it with a little soy milk, and is even good warm.
Good but not great. I drink it for the sake of a hot drink and that’s about it.
Definitely loved this tea. It’s very vanilla-y and comforting, doesn’t need a speck of sugar. Wish it were stronger.
Fast steeping, great flavor. I love a strong Earl Grey. Good choice, a little stronger than the Twinings, though I prefer the latter’s overall taste and smell. Taken with a sprinkle of sugar and a tiny amount of soy milk.
My sister loves this tea, but I, for one, loathe chamomile, as this tea taught me. It’s too cottony for my taste, but I can understand why others like it.
A great tea. It’s solid and it’s awesome. There isn’t much to say about it other than I really enjoyed it. I take it with a bit of soy milk and a sprinkle of sugar, with the bag left in.
I kind of hated this tea when I first got it. I wasn’t overly fond of the the almost syrupy citrus-spice taste (not a great description), but I’ve come to like it. I don’t have a sentimental nostalgia story to go with it, but it was a pretty good drink.
This tea is tough as balls. It also tastes very good. I like strong tea, and usually leave the bag in forever, but this bag I take out. It’s great with a tiny bit of soy milk and a tiny sprinkle of sugar. Next box, I’m ditching the sugar. I can’t wait to get this again.
A delicate, comfortable tea. I take it with a tiny splash of soy milk, and I leave the bag in. Refreshing, but she’s more of an afternoon or nighttime tea than a morning one.
I’m working on a box of this: so far, so good. It’s not much in the way of pumpkin, but the pumpkin pie spices are very nice. It doesn’t need sugar, and I leave the bag in. No soy milk, no honey, just the tea, which is good in my book.