72 Tasting Notes
I like the lighter taste of green tea with the chai spices. Yogi makes a pretty good chai for being packaged – they aren’t shy with the spices and keep it pretty balanced.
This tea smells great. Its taste is decent for a bagged chai – the vanilla adds sweet smoothness to it. It’s not as spicy as many chais, but that’s fine with me. I drank it with milk and splenda.
I really like this one, and it truly does taste like Christmas Eve to me. The dominant flavor is the mint (though it’s not overwhelming) and it’s backed up by bits of spice and citrus. Mmmm.
First of all, this tea does not taste all that great.
HOWEVER, I drink 2 cups a day for a week each month, and it really helps me.
Since I started doing this, my skin is clearer, I have more energy, and my other systems (disgestive, mostly) seem to work better.
It doesn’t taste terrible…it’s spicy. The flavor is like chai and licorice – not my ideal, but definitely bearable due to the benefits.
It’s nice, one that I take to work with me sometimes. Very minty.
This is my go-to sick tea. It’s super soothing – the peppermint and eucalyptus soothe the tummy and throat and even help with coughs. I always keep a box around.
I love this one. It brews up a pretty purple color. The acai is flavorful and fruity, but different.
This is pretty good.
For one thing, I love Revolution’s sachets – the teas are full leaf and there is always plenty of fruit and other ingredients in there.
This tea is very light and delicate. The hint of pear flavor is nice – I was worried it’d be too strong, as I don’t normally enjoy pear that much.
Still love this tea. As others have noted, it is pretty light so I usually brew it with more leaves than usual. Mmm.
Mmmm, perfect for a spring or summer day. Would be great iced…this is one I will have to buy.