Now that I see other people mention the licorice thing I guess I can agree. I think it translated on my tongue as “watered down ginger.” I’m too much of a wuss to eat straight up dried ginger (too spicy), but I really wanted more spice out of this tea.
16 Tasting Notes
The macadamia nuts add a nice buttery richness to this tea flavor.
Nothing about these ingredients made me think that I’d enjoy the flavor of this tea, but I was desperate to try it as natural sleep aid.
Relaxing, for sure. Tasty, surprise! Maybe once I learn more about teas I’ll be able to explain it properly.
Smells like cookie dough. Doesn’t taste like cookie dough. Won’t be fooled by the vanilla aroma again.
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Had a sample in-store today. Seemed kinda weak, so maybe they steeped it wrong. Didn’t strike me as “feisty” or anything special
Sour/tart finish. Too bitter for me, almost the way grapefruit can be.
Deep cranberry colored.
Glad this was only a sample. Not for me.
I’ll admit that I tried this because I’m a chess fan, but hey, I usually succumb to David’s Teas because I really appreciate the unique marketing anyway.
This smells SO good unbrewed, that I guess its not such a surprise it doesn’t taste quite as delicious brewed. But I really enjoy it anyway, I’ve been drinking it all afternoon at work this week. I’m a sucker for coconut too. Solid, smooth tea.
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Mmm, just tried this sample even though I was leery about the Lavender. As a scent I’m not usually a fan. But the coconut makes this delightful. Probably helped that I under steeped it to minimize the flowery-ness
I can see why this is a Forever Favorite. I will have to pay closer attention to my next steep to provide specifics about the flavor, but i remember drinking the whole thing and happily deciding that I had found a keeper.
I probably over steeped this? I dunno, it’s a nice black tea but not the knockout Read My Lips is. I’m not getting too much chocolate or strawberry “liquor” that others have mentioned. As a mildly fragrant, pleasant black, it will do.
Peachy and refreshing. If you aren’t a fan of peach flavored/scented things than I wouldn’t recommend this for you. It had savory undertones that kept the peach from feeling too perfume-y which I appreciate.
Was hoping for more orange than lemon, but lemon it is. I do not find the flower perfume appetizing in the slightest. The taste wasn’t so bad, but just kind of meh, and the aroma is so flowery it put me off. Got this as a sample, so at least I’m not stuck with more!
I’m pretty sure I’m allergic to something in this tea, so I ended up giving it away. Too bad.
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