411 Tasting Notes
The aroma was fairly light, but a nice dark color. I found the flavor a little weak. It wasn’t bad, it was just kinda meh. I don’t think I’ll get this again.
It might be better with milk.
Meh. I really wanted to like this, but just can’t. The green tea by itself would be nice, and the berry flavor is nice, and would be nice by itself, but together they just don’t do it for me. If you like the flavored teas with more delicate flavors, you may like this, but it’s not really for me.
This tea didn’t really strike me as special. The strawberry smells great, but I didn’t find much of the flavor carry over to the drinking. It’s not bad, just not one of my favorites.
I love this tea! It brews up a very light color, and can handle multiple steepings. It’s a very light flavor, more lemon than strawberry, and it is my current favorite evening tea.
The notes of cucumber and peach blend well, and add a nice high note to the blend of black and green teas. Sweetened, it’s got a lovely flavor to it, and is making this a quite nice morning.
One of the few teas I don’t like sweetened. The rice flavor goes so well with the green tea. This is the first brand of this I’ve tried, so I can’t compare against other companies’ Genmai’s, but I do like this one.
Light and fruity. Got better as it cooled down – so it would be much better as an iced than hot tea. Don’t know that I’d actually buy a box for myself, but it’s not bad.
Just tried the Earl Grey Lavender by Revolution Tea. The aroma of the tea was heavenly. But I’m finding myself a little dissapointed by the taste results. I am finding I like stronger flavored teas and this one was a little weak for me, although I did steep for at least 5 minutes. I couldn’t really taste the lavender like I hoped. It’s not bad at all! It’s just not as lovely as I was hoping it might be.