1149 Tasting Notes
I bought a box of six pitcher packs of this for $1.50, so the value is pretty unbeatable. I always bring a hot and a cold tea with me to work. This has been my cold tea of choice lately. I add a decent amount of sugar to the pitcher, so the flavor ends up being a sweet and slightly sour berry and lemon mix. But there’s complexity to the flavor that I didn’t expect and which I don’t have the trained tastes to identify. It’s like licorice and a little of something else. Anyway, when I bought this, I was expecting nothing, but I have been won over!
I got this one from meowster a few months ago. I love vanilla black tea. I drank Harney’s Vanilla Comoro every day until my tin was gone, and today I tried this as a replacement. Man, I hope Adagio’s decaf version of this is as good because I love this tea. It tastes so much smoother than what I’m used to. Not a hint of an unpleasant undertone. Admittedly, I do add a teaspoon of vanilla and some sugar whenever I make vanilla black tea…but it tastes even better like that, so why not?
Hmm I like this one, but I’m definitely not picking up on the subtleties other reviewers are. To me, it tastes like a mild black. Not bitter. I can tell that it’s supposed to be flavored like something, but I can’t tell what the something is. Maybe mildly fruity. Thanks to Cameron B for this one.
Reading multiple positive reviews, it makes me feel like the crazy one, but this tea has a much too strong chemical ater taste for my liking. What I did was mix it together with a tin of plain red rooibos I had, and together, they taste very nice. I like the peach flavor; it just needs more rooibos to overpower the chemicals.
This kind of tastes like caramel popcorn. Not really getting the maple. Yeah, this is the kind of tea I enjoy trying a sample of but would be fine with never having again. I prefer Oh Canada, which actually tastes like Maple and is pleasant enough to have frequently. But I guess I could leave a separate review about that.
This has a light melon/vegetal taste. It’s actually better with less sugar than I usually put in. It’s so hard to assign a number value to this one since I only had a sample (kindly provided by Cameron B). This is definitely one to try. Different from other melon teas I’ve had. Probably more accurate to actual melons than to what melon flavored candies etc usually taste like.
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