6 Tasting Notes
Yuck! I hated this tea, it tasted like the smell of a stinky gym bag and garbage. I passed my cup to my boyfriend who usually hates coconut things, yet he loved this tea. I honestly didn’t taste any coconut (I love coconut!) and think that it was made with too much lavender. I’m very hit or miss with rooibos based teas. This one is one I will not be getting again, bleh!
This tea is alright, but don’t buy 100g like I did. I have had half of that in the year I’ve had it. I feel like I could have got something that I really did enjoy more. I will give it the credit for being spicy yet I find sometimes it is tart, due to the lemongrass. Okay, maybe not the worst tea, but not worthy of 100g.
I’m not a huge fan of any generic earl grey because I feel as if I’m missing something, but this! Cream of Earl Grey has this creamy milky flavour to it and always brightens up my day when I have a cuppa of this. If you don’t like regular early grey you should try this. Also would be good for a non-tea drinker.
Probably not the worst tea I’ve had, but it is pretty bad. I was able to tolerate it enough to drink a whole cup, but not the kind you would take home to your cupboard. If you wanted something that tastes like walnuts, then I suggest you may as well take your boiling water and pour it over a bunch of them. Bleh, I like nutty teas, this one not so much.
One of the best teas that David’s Tea has to offer! If you are looking for a subsitute to hot chocolate, this is it. The chilli is subtle and can linger on in your mouth which is quite enjoyable. I would reccomend this to someone to broaden their tea selection and to non tea drinkers.