110 Tasting Notes
Not too bad, not too perfect. It was just a sort of good run of the mill fruit tea to keep on hand to have in a pinch. I agree with the last commenter, too. This one is better cool/tepid than it is warm/hot.
This is a beautiful flavor. The vanilla, black tea, hazelnut and chocolate mingle together is a lovely combination. It’s not the most amazing thing and it’s not a favorite, but it was very good for a random draw this morning.
Pretty generic chamomile all things considered. Not a repeater.
Fruity and yummy, but not terrible or amazing. It’s nice as a morning cuppa, but not something I’d drastically been looking for.
This was a really lovely drink earlier this week, from class in the mornings. To me it was very citrus-y, but the flavor that came through strongest was the tangerine over the orange. I’d definitely drink more of it.
There is definitely a softly, sweet fruity flavor to this one that makes me love it. It’s greatest about ten or fifteen minutes in, when it’s not too hot but still hotter than cool/tepid. The peach comes through very well.
This is a gorgeous, delicious lemon flavor. I do adore it.
Enh. This is very much what it reads on the label. It’s a black morning blend, very much made being a black. I’m not all that fond of flat black so it’s pretty obvious that my thoughts on this one are about as I expected them to be.
Generic green. Not the best green I can find by far in South Korea, but it’s definitely a good stand by when I need a green at home and have run out of my favorites.