72 Tasting Notes
I brewed this twice as long as I did last time, and finally I tasted more of the apple. I’ve come to enjoy this rooibos.
This is good. It does have some maltyness to it, which I enjoy. It’s a lovely color, with just a bit of fruityness. Held up well to slight sweetening.
Mmmm. Sweet and soothing, as always.
This tastes just like you’d expect – the typical Adagio ceylon with a bit of mango flavor. Great for the warm weather today – I think I’ll have my next cup iced!
I brewed this extra strong, as that’s how I prefer most herbals. It smells good – luckily the licorice root is not overwhelming. It is indeed relaxing and it helped soothe my tummy.
I don’t think I’d go out of my way to purchase this, but it’s not bad.
This is a very decent english breakfast! Full and smooth, and perfect to get me going before work.
I love it with milk and splenda.
Drank a cup of this at work. It’s not bad! Light and zesty.
Very delicate and slightly sweet. Next time I’ll use more leaves, but it was good.
I’ll start off by saying that I do not care for jasmine at all.
However, this one is drinkable – the jasmine isn’t overwhelming and I didn’t feel like I was drinking perfume. I like the quality of the sachet and the leaves inside. This hasn’t changed my mind on jasmine and I won’t be purchasing it, but this is one of the better jasmine teas I’ve tried.
This is a very decent bagged tea. The lemon is fresh and tart, and the tea is light and delicate. I imagine it’d be delicious iced.