72 Tasting Notes
I didn’t care for this one much. While it’s not terrible, it’s not as good as it seems like it should be. You can taste a bit of the cherry, but no caramel or butterscotch. While I’ve had some decent oolongs from The Tea Table, both of the flavored teas I have tried have left a lot to be desired. I don’t think I’ll be trying any more.
This was…not my cup of tea. The pistachios were overwhelming, and the spices were just odd to me. I did, however, like the way it smelled. I’m sure some people would enjoy this tea, but I definitely won’t be purchasing it again.
This is very good. The peach isn’t overwhelming, and the oolong and white peony blend is wonderful.
Another one of the teas I usually have on hand. I don’t usually like berry flavored teas, because they tend to taste too artificial to me, like koolaid or something. This one, however, is very nice. It’s delicious hot and cold.
I infused these leaves for the fourth time today, and still got good results. I’m definitely planning to buy more of this once my sample is gone.
I absolutely love this blend. It’s fresh and smooth and I always keep it on hand.
It’s great in the summer, iced. The blueberry flavor is strong but not overwhelming.
It smells really good. It’s just what you’d expect from a decent peach white tea – I prefer to drink it iced.
I love mixing this with both peppermint and chamomile. Soothing and refreshing.
This is my go-to tea anytime I’m feeling under the weather. It’s always refreshing, soothes the throat and stomach. I sometimes mix it with the spearmint and it’s even better.