44 Tasting Notes
I have the bagged tea on this one and while it’s ok, it’s not really great.
This used to be my favorite tea. I still have to rate it fairly highly because of that, but I’m afraid I’ve moved on.
I do still love getting an unsweetened passion iced tea at Starbucks though so there’s that.
I didn’t mind this tea, but I really drank it to help me sleep.
It worked. Every night that I had a cup (or two) before bed, I slept like a rock so it was absolutely worth it.
I don’t think I steeped this one long enough the first time. In the tin, it smells delicious so maybe when I steep it longer I’ll get more flavor out of it.
Not bad for a fruit tea though.
Got this in a sampler from Teaopia. It’s not bad overall, but it’s really just a slightly sweet green tea, nothing really special.
I’m done the tin now, but I suspect it may have made a pretty good iced tea. I won’t be buying it to test the theory.
I will say the bits of fig in the loose tea were tasty.
I really enjoyed this vanilla tea. In the tin, it’s got a great vanilla scent. Brewed, it’s got a great, light vanilla flavor complimented by the Rooibos tea. Definitely a favorite.
I’m not normally a fan of Earl Gey but I do enjoy the Creamed Earl Grey.
It smells great in the tin and the creaminess softens the slightly bitter edge I find in black teas. I like it and will probably keep some on the shelf for my father in law, but for me, it’s not really a must drink.
This tea was my introduction to Oolong teas.
I’ve got a bit in a sample tin that I’m scared to use until I find out if I can get some more. Which doesn’t really make any sense because if I don’t drink it, it’s like I’m already out, right? Right.