8 Tasting Notes
This was an interesting mix in my mouth. I’ve never had an herbal infusion featuring gummy bears. It reminded me of a very light, floral fruit punch.
This tea has great chamomile flavor. I would give it a 100 percent for that. However, the flavors of the other spices were definitely lacking.
I bought this tea because wanted a lighter, calorie-free alternative to real hot apple cider. I steep it for longer than the recommended 5-7 minutes and I usually get a stronger, more enjoyable infusion. The spices (cinnamon, cloves, ginger, etc.) are the dominant flavors while the fruity flavors from the apples and oranges are in the background.
This is one of my comfort teas I drink daily. You can equally taste the green tea and the roasted rice. It’s very vegetal, grassy, nutty with hints of roasted seaweed flavor.
I bought this tea out of curiosity. It would be unfair to compare it to coffee since it tastes nothing remotely like coffee. Comparing it to other teas, it is a very dark, roasty, chocolately flavor with subtle spiciness. I find it a little strong to drink by itself so I add some milk and honey to it.
I wanted a tea strong enough to wake me up in the morning and I found it. This blend is very robust, malty, almost chocolately. The tea in the tin is beautiful – a mixture of black, brown, and yellow leaves.
This tea had a well-balanced flavor profile. You can taste each of the ingredients – the white tea, the mango, the coconut flakes, and the hibiscus flowers. There is a slight sweetness to the tea but the tartness from the mango and hibiscus are more dominant.
This tea was very enjoyable. The lavender, rose, and orange really show through and were very relaxing. However, these flavors overpowered the taste of the Dragon Well which was very subtle in this blend.